As a former town manager, one of the most positive reputations a municipality can have is that of an excellent school system. This can be particularly difficult in smaller …
As a subscriber to The Mashpee Enterprise, I had considered it to be a relatively nonpolitical source of local information. Imagine my shock to see approximately half of th…
Ryan Spencer’s piece last week on the social media site SayScape is an example of solid reporting relevant to the serious unrest our country has been experiencing in the la…
As news reporters, we tend to sit at the back or at the far side of a meeting room when someone is speaking or something is being discussed. That is our accustomed location.
Imagine that you have the magic power to create the basic structure of a society with its own set of principles of justice. Now consider that you must go on to live in that…
My name is Mary Basta LeClair, and many of our readers will remember me as a banker in Mashpee. Others may remember me as a politician representing the citizens of Barnstab…
In the past nine months we’ve heard several people say something like this: “Since the pandemic began, my sense of time, or the order of events, has changed. Weeks passed, …
Resolve to write and send in (at least) one letter to The Mashpee Enterprise in 2021. Topic of your choice. Thoughts your own.
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