A suspect was arrested on Friday night, November 25, in connection with the armed robbery at the Rockland Trust Bank in Tisbury on Martha’s Vineyard on November 17.
A single-car rollover crash left the driver with serious injuries on Pebble Lane in North Falmouth at 10:30 PM Saturday, November 26.
The senior center men’s conversation group has two options for keeping its bi-monthly meetings men only. But men’s group leader Paul J. Plisinski, 84, said the options are …
The annual lighting of the Littlest Christmas Tree in Sandwich returns this year with a new host and a slate of added activities for attendees to enjoy.
A recent meeting between residents of Taylor’s Point and officials at Massachusetts Maritime Academy ended amicably, albeit with some homeowners cautious of the academy’s i…
The Mashpee Select Board has voted in favor of implementing a residential tax exemption at 5 percent, making Mashpee the 17th municipality in Massachusetts to implement suc…
If Joshua Walbert lived in the sea, he would be a hermit crab. Like the hardworking crustacean, Mr. Walbert must constantly hunt for housing that is roomy and safe.
The ancient Dexter Grist Mill has been damaged, apparently by curious visitors or vandals.
The Bourne Planning Board has given the go-ahead for construction of a new warehouse and storage facility in Pocasset. The board’s approval paves the way for combining two …
The Mashpee Planning Board will host a virtual community workshop to gather feedback on updating the town’s Local Comprehensive Plan on Monday, December 12, at 6:30 PM.
The nonprofit group Friends of Peters Pond is holding a meeting to educate the public on Massachusetts Chapter 40B affordable housing laws in response to Sandwich Green and…
Sandwich Superintendent Joseph P. Maruszczak has asked the school committee to consider changing the way the annual budget is discussed at the table.
This week’s Sandwich Historic District Committee election was the first held in the new town offices at 100 Route 6A.
Sandwich Public Schools has selected Pomroy Associates to oversee the capital projects underway within the district.
The Sandwich Chamber of Commerce is planning to put on a Village Stroll on Sunday, December 11, from noon to 4 PM.
The Bourne Planning Board has given the green light to construction of a new vehicle and boat storage facility on Waterhouse Road. The finished facility will offer both ind…
The Mashpee School Committee is in the preliminary stages of creating a student advisory committee at Mashpee Middle-High School.
Several steps must be taken before Mashpee organizations can receive opioid abatement funding from the state, Human Services Director Gail R. Wilson told members of the Mas…
During a three-hour Mashpee Select Board meeting Monday night, November 21, members voted on the residential tax exemption along with resignations and appointments to town boards.
A water main broke in two places around noon on Sunday, November 20, in Falmouth, first on Menauhant Road and then on Old Dock Road.
The Bourne Receration Department will be hosting its first dog-friendly event, Paws With Claus, on December 14.
Mashpee Board of Health bade farewell to its chairman but recommended a new member and two alternates in an eventful meeting last Thursday, November 17.
Local and state officials continue to criticize the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection for its proposed changes to Title Five, the laws governing septic systems.
The Falmouth Beach Committee appealed to the select board on Monday night, November 21, for more support in the off-season for larger, beach-related projects that are typic…
In the weeks leading up to the November 8 election, a political campaign sign stood at the corner of Brick Kiln Road and Gifford Street that exceeded the town’s sign size l…
Select board members heard from Senator Susan L. Moran (D-Falmouth), the veterans council and the fire inspector at their meeting Monday night; the board also discussed nam…
The Steamship Authority is not doing enough to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Falmouth Energy Committee.
The big move is complete, or just about.
Demand for food and financial assistance is soaring at the Falmouth Service Center, a nonprofit that provides food and other necessities to those in need.
The Sandwich Conservation Commission has approved a plan to reconstruct two access piers at the Sandwich Marina. The two access piers to be demolished and rebuilt are those…
The Bourne Select Board voted last week to accept the recreation department’s updated goals and programming priorities for Fiscal Year 2023 following the handing off of the…
Out with the old, in with the new. The Bourne Planning Board has given its approval to plans for redevelopment of the site of the former Asacks shoe store on Main Street in…
Quahog Republic’s Leeside Pub is opening in Woods Hole, replacing Quicks Hole Tavern.
The Mashpee Shellfish Commission recently discussed the town’s shellfishing operations and quahog seed orders as well as open positions in the Mashpee Department of Natural…
Mashpee Public School District has drafted its Fiscal Year 2024 budget for consideration by the Town of Mashpee.
The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce is leading a voluntary campaign to get Falmouth business owners to phase out nonrecyclable black plastic food take-out containers.
Andy M. Wexler of Falmouth, a plastic surgeon, will never forget meeting Chastity, a 13-year-old Kenyan girl whose severe burns had welded her arms to her body, immobilizing them.
A suspect was arraigned in Edgartown District Court Monday morning, November 21, in connection with the armed robbery at the Rockland Trust Bank in Tisbury on Martha’s Vine…
Falmouth Cultural Council chairwoman Alice Kociemba’s persistence was rewarded with $10,000 at Town Meeting on Monday night, November 14. Her petition asking the town for a…
An ammonia leak forced the evacuation of the Falmouth Ice Rink at 11:24 AM last Friday morning, November 18.
Construction efforts for the first phase of the Town of Mashpee’s wastewater project have begun.
The Town of Bourne has been designated one of nearly 300 Green Communities in Massachusetts. The designation makes Bourne eligible for state grants to help with efforts to …
The Sandwich Recreation Department is seeking funding to replace the Adventure Playground with recreational equipment that would appeal to people of all ages, from toddlers…
The Town of Mashpee is making strides toward creating a policy on local preference for affordable housing projects in town.
Photographs of winters past in Sandwich will soon be on display at the public library. This is the first of what the library hopes will be a revolving display of selections…
The Bourne Select Board has authorized the town administrator to enter into negotiations for acquisition of land on MacArthur Boulevard for the site of the new fire station…
Several residents from Summerwood Condominiums on Route 28 made public comments during the Mashpee Sewer Commission meeting last Thursday, November 10, to ask for clarifica…
The Sandwich Public Library has hired three new substitute librarians. The positions will help to expand the library’s existing substitute position and take pressure off th…
Falmouth Public Schools will pay at least an additional $400,000 next year to send students with special needs to schools outside the district. This is due to inflation adj…
School safety coordinator Paul Stefanelli told the Falmouth School Committee during its meeting Monday, November 14, that upcoming spring safety drills will be more realistic.
- Willowbend, Mashpee ConCom Discuss Quinaquisset Avenue Development
- Suspending Students Must Be Last Resort
- Voters Just Say "No" To Plastic Bottles
- Safety Of Turf Fields Questioned In Falmouth
- Lawrence School In Falmouth Still Without A Librarian
- Falmouth To Destroy Old Guns, Expedite Firefighter Hiring
- Bourne Students Observe Veterans Day With Annual Traditions
- Sandwich Conservation Commission Presented With Long-Lost Badges
- A Hot Shower For The Homeless
- Sandwich Town Meeting Voters Adopt Stretch Code, Authorize Pursuing Regional Wastewater Solution
- Career And College Exploration Day Gets Bourne Students Thinking About Futures
- Bourne Select Board Approves Town Department Fee Increases
- Falmouth Veterans' Daughter Delivers Dynamite Keynote Speech
- State Legislature Approves $3 Million For Woods Hole Coastal Resiliency
- Hunt For Vineyard Bank Robbers Lead Police, FBI To Falmouth
- Falmouth Town Meeting Appropriates $13 Million In Funds
- Holiday Fair To Be Held In Pocasset
- Collapsing Shawme Pond Boathouse Has Been Stabilized
- Bourne Select Board Subcommittee To Study Blight Bylaw
- ISWM Expansion Gets Planning Board Approval In Bourne
- Sandwich's Municipal Workers Prepare For Move To New Town Hall
- Retired Police K-9, Gunner, Dies In Mashpee
- Zoning Board Approves Site Plans For Mashpee Commons Housing
- Former Tribal Chairman Sentenced To Three Years In Prison For Bribery
- Falmouth Men's Group Forced To Include Women
- Swastika, Slur Found Painted Twice In Falmouth Skate Park
- Falmouth Town Meeting Adopts New Firearms Bylaw, Funds Local Arts, Upholds Water Bottle Ban
- Sandwich Voters Breeze Through Approval Of 12 Special Town Meeting Articles
- Car Crashes Into Stone Wall In Bourne
- Mashpee Residents Celebrate Veterans Day