While the town continues to discuss whether to provide fire and rescue services from five or six stations, it wants to hire more firefighters to keep the current stations o…
The number of herring in Massachusetts has dropped dramatically since the 1970s, and the Coonamessett River Trust is taking steps to help turn that around in Falmouth.
A gas line was struck Saturday morning, May 8, around 9 AM at 75 Locust Street, The Captain Lawrence Inn, according to the Falmouth Fire Department.
The Falmouth Educators’ Association, in conjunction with the Massachusetts Teachers Association, have accused Falmouth School Superintendent Lori Duerr of wrongfully suspen…
The Falmouth July 4 Fireworks are canceled for the second year in a row. The show is one of Falmouth’s signature events as it draws 30,000 to 35,000 people to the southern …
With Massachusetts on track to reach its target goal of 4.1 million people fully vaccinated by the beginning of June, the state will begin to reallocate its resources, Gove…
The Falmouth Public Library is launching a new virtual book group dedicated to reading and talking about mystery stories.
Falmouth Public Library is partnering with Falmouth High School to provide students access to OverDrive digital materials using their school IDs.
The owner of Smithfield Farm, Janice Foster, has filed a new application for a stable permit. The Falmouth Board of Health took it up on Monday, May 3, but took no action.
The state police bomb squad was called to the Nobska Lighthouse on Thursday, April 29, last week for a report of a suspicious-looking item thought to be a bomb. Once Falmou…
Black Earth Compost CEO and founder Conor Miller addressed the Falmouth Solid Waste Advisory Committee on Tuesday, May 4, saying the company’s “end goal is making good soil…
As the town’s contract with Comcast nears the end of its term, the town is beginning negotiations to renew the agreement. A public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 19…
The Falmouth Planning Board discussed a draft of a mixed residential and commercial overlay district proposal at its meeting on April 27.
Last week, the National Guard Bureau officially announced a Finding of No Significant Impact report on the environment for the proposed multi-purpose machine gun range (MPM…
Voters will be asked to approve a new roof for Teaticket Elementary School at the May 18 annual town election.
Each Tuesday this month, from 5 PM to 7 PM, Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School will hold an open house for 8th graders and their families.
What started as a small group of residents concerned about the health of their neighborhood pond has grown over the last year into a nonprofit organization working to educa…
Herbert F. Foster Jr. of Falmouth is looking for bike riders to join his effort to raise money for Maple Syrup Urine Disease research through the Million Dollar Bike Ride o…
Falmouth residents have once again called for changes to the Steamship Authority ferry schedule that would drop the 5:30 AM freight boat out of Woods Hole.
Residents may experience brief periods of low water pressure and discoloration as the town begins the annual task of flushing the fire hydrants.
Massachusetts will begin to adapt the vaccination process and begin reallocating resources as the state attempts to reach the "harder-to-reach populations," Governor Charle…
Waquoit Highway and Martin Road, near the Waquoit Congregational Church, were closed Monday morning, May 3, after a dump truck hit electrical wires, according to Falmouth p…
Queen Street in Falmouth got the deluxe Arbor Day treatment on Friday, April 30, when crews from AmeriCorps, Eversource and local tree and landscape companies joined forces…
Falmouth residents soon will be restricted to watering their lawns on certain days of the week in an effort to conserve the lower-than-normal town water supply.
Falmouth Select board will discuss at its May 10 meeting whether the fire department will close a fire station once a new station on Sandwich Road is built and operational.
The Falmouth Public Library, with Falmouth Reads Together, will be host to Madeline Miller, author of the New York Times bestselling book, “Circe.” The book talk is set for…
The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization is hosting a series of virtual public meetings this week to share information and allow for public comment and discussion ab…
The Falmouth Democratic Town Committee will host a discussion of the Falmouth Community Network at its meeting on Wednesday, May 19, at 7 PM.
Business and advocacy organizations across the state are hosting a Virtual Rally and Digital Day of Action for Local Businesses in Massachusetts on Monday, May 17, from 10 …
The Reverend Matthew Potts, former pastor at St. Barnabas Church Episcopal Church in Falmouth, has been named Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in th…
Jonathon Ross of Bourne and Joshua Sutherland of Falmouth were among the 34 firefighters from 15 fire departments who recently completed the Massachusetts Firefighting Acad…
The Attorney General’s Civic Engagement Office in collaboration with the Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission will present a webinar on civil rights and hate …
The Falmouth Volunteers In Public Schools program, in collaboration with the Falmouth Public Schools, is seeking applicants for a Massachusetts Promise Fellow to help imple…
Community Health Center of Cape Cod has announced the addition of two new members, Bhawana Chitkara and the Reverend Will Mebane Jr., to its board of directors.
The Barnstable County Board of Regional Commissioners has officially endorsed Wendy Northcross as the 2021 Mercy Otis Warren Cape Cod Woman of the Year recipient. The Mercy…
The Marine Biological Laboratory will soon welcome 12 journalists who have been awarded a competitive fellowship in the MBL Logan Science Journalism Program.
Neighborhood Falmouth elected new officers and board members at the organization’s virtual annual meeting in April.
The USCG Auxiliary Flotilla Woods Hole is offering the About Boating Safely course virtually on the Zoom platform on three evenings, June 7, 9, and 11, from 7 to 9 o’clock.…
Dr. Roger Landry will discuss Authentic Health and Successful Aging in a Zoom presentation with the Newcomers Club of Falmouth on Thursday, May 13, from 10 to 11:30 AM.
Drivers using the Bourne Bridge can expect travel delays as work crews began repair work on the span recently.
The 49th Annual ASICS Falmouth Road Race will open registration for its virtual At-Home Edition and SBLI Kids At-Home Challenge on Saturday, May 1, at 9 AM.
The Falmouth Public Library will welcome back garden designer and author Jana Milbocker for a Zoom presentation on Wednesday, May 12, at 2 PM.
The Falmouth Fishermen’s Association held the 2021 club board of directors election after a year delay because of COVID-19.
The first Thursday of every month is garden volunteer day at Spohr Gardens on Fells Road in Falmouth.
Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital are in urgent need of blood donations, so numerous blood drives are being held across Cape Cod in May to benefit Cape Cod Healthcare.
Falmouth Heights—Maravista Neighborhood Association members filled more than 20 garbage bags with litter during a community cleanup Saturday, April 24.
Health Center of Cape Cod is hosting a hiring event and job fair Saturday, May 1, from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Health Center’s Bourne office, at 123 Waterhouse Road.
This year the Falmouth Garden Club, in honor of its 90th anniversary, expanded its annual Arbor Day budget through the donations of its members to make a significant contri…
State Senator Susan L. Moran will host an online childcare town hall for childcare providers, teachers and other stakeholders in the state’s Plymouth and Barnstable District.
Representative Dylan Fernandes was successful in negotiating an amendment to secure $100,000 for the Falmouth Education Foundation in the state’s Fiscal Year 2022 budget.
- Expect Brief Water Disruptions As Hydrants Are Flushed
- Massachusetts Adapts Vaccination Effort To Get To Harder-To-Reach Populations
- Waquoit Highway Shut Down To Traffic
- Arbor Day Project Adds Some Green Along Queen Street In Falmouth
- Townwide Lawn Watering Restrictions Begin May 1 In Falmouth
- Select Board To Discuss Five Or Six Fire Station Model
- Task Force Aims For 75 Percent Of Cape Residents Partially Vaccinated By Memorial Day
- Town To Negotiate For More Employee Parking In Woods Hole
- Planning Board Raises Concerns Over Proposed Scranton Avenue 40B Project
- Bogosian Development Purchases 870 Main Street
- Steamship Authority Attorney Decries Proposed Amendment To Enabling Act
- Proposed Resident Sticker-Only Lot For Mill Road Extension Voted Down
- Steamship Board Approves $1.28 Million In Change Orders For Woods Hole Project
- A Year Into The Pandemic, New Yorkers Still Being Attacked On Facebook
- Falmouth Plans To Extend Beach Staffing Hours This Summer
- Face Covering Order Eased Outdoors, Other COVID Restrictions Altered
- Falmouth Town Manager Apologizes For Information Gap In Police Station Funding Request
- Falmouth Service Center Delivers During The Pandemic
- Social Distance Adds More Challenges To Celebrating The Muslim Holy Month Of Ramadan
- Firefighters Battle Wind-Driven House And Brush Fires
- Developer Moving Ahead With Dome At Woods Hole Project
- Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Charge In Daren McDonald Case
- Cape COVID Memorial Planned For May
- Movies Under The Stars To Return This Summer
- Litter Free Falmouth Teams Up With Coast Guard To Clean Up Route 28