Letters Policy

The Enterprise welcomes letters to the editor. All letters are subject to editing. They must be signed and include full legal name, a street address and daytime telephone number for verification. Revisions to letters will not be accepted.

All letters must be no longer than 550 words.

Letters may be mailed to 50 Depot Avenue, Falmouth, MA 02540 or e-mailed directly to the editor.

Falmouth - E-mail to bhough@capenews.net. We will not print letters endorsing candidates or letters of thanks. Letters should address the editor, not another organization, person or town boards.

Mashpee & Bourne - E-mail to kinsella@capenews.net. We will not print letters of thanks. Letters should address the editor, not another organization, person or town boards. The deadline is Wednesday by 9 AM.

Sandwich - E-mail to paradise@capenews.net. Letters should address the editor, not another organization, person or town boards. The deadline is Wednesday by 12 PM.

Recent Editorials, Letters, Guest Articles

One of our editors, who grew up in the 1960s in a not especially affluent subdivision, lived two doors down and across the street from a nice old man named Joe Zalewski.

Tuesday’s visit by a tornado to Cape Cod got us thinking about the relative amount of disruption, discomfort and mayhem posed by different sorts of storms that come knockin…

Massachusetts author and activist Maureen Cavanagh sent the Enterprise a letter this week titled “An Open Letter To The Mother Of A Child Addicted To Heroin.” She timed the…

Like a hailstorm that won’t let up, the outrageous statements and blatant lies by President Donald J. Trump have been wearing down much of the nation over the past two and …

The Mashpee Men’s Club 2019 annual fund drive to support the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod raised a total of $12,625.85, exceeding our goal of $10,000. We could not do th…

I’m an independent voter, and have voted on both sides of the fence, but lately the Democrat politicians and many of their followers have acted so extremely liberal they’re…

Mashpee is very fortunate to have a number of citizens who volunteer to serve on town committees. I would like to single out Mr. Ken Bates for the outstanding work he has d…

Mashpee has an historical gem that sits in the heart of the Mashpee Community Park across from Town Hall and is open to the public, free of charge, every Monday from 10 AM …

The title of the thinly camouflaged hit piece (“Eliminate Single-Family Housing”) on the alleged conspiracy by the white power structure to ensure discriminatory housing pr…

Because of our menacing great white shark and the seal overpopulation dilemma, Cape Cod is in the middle of an ecological, public safety, and economic crisis.

I come from a small backwater town in central Maine, namely Dixfield, population 2,500 for the last 100 years. We did, however, win the Maine State High School Hockey Champ…

The Mashpee Men’s Club annual fund drive to support the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod begins this Saturday, May 4. We appreciate the cooperation we receive each year from…

I was pleased to see the editorial staff of The Mashpee Enterprise address the need of a new seal for Mashpee, although there were two points in the article (editorial, Apr…