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During a special four-day session in St. Louis, delegates representing congregations around the world gathered to vote on church policy. The decision has impacted churches here on the Upper Cape.
Three separate incidents on the Upper Cape point to signs of a tense political atmosphere.
A new police training academy is coming to Cape Cod which could save money and time for local departments
Falmouth Selectmen debate a more "gender-neutral" name and the public responds
After backlash from the public, the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod looks to move elsewhere in town
The turbines are leaving Falmouth
This week, the impact from the federal government shutdown hits home, and a lawsuit pits the Town of Bourne with the growing recreational marijuana market.
This week, the development of a cell phone tower planned for Mashpee stalls and the debate over more town hall offices versus a senior center wages on in Sandwich.
This week, Falmouth reporter Steve Withrow and host Sam Houghton discuss how Falmouth has looked to adapt to climate change.
A meeting gets unruly as the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod looks to open a facility in East Falmouth
Sandwich administrators target a downtown former bank for new municipal buildings, but seniors enter the mix with their own plans.
The Army Corps learns what the public really thinks about the Cape's "functionally obsolete" bridges, and we talk about when President Bush came to Mashpee.
This week, we discuss good and bad news for business in Bourne, and an invention brewing in Falmouth that could help paddlers.
Enterprise columnist Wayne Soares tells us about his Veterans Spotlight.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe brings its message to Capitol Hill
We learn this week that Einstein's son is buried in Woods Hole, and Sandwich looks to truck piles and piles of sand from Bourne.
This week we give an overview of the contested races for the state election coming up Tuesday.
Find out where wandering sheep were impounded in the 1600s on this week's podcast, and will the argument for and against recreational marijuana sales in Bourne ever quiet?
This week Falmouth looks at moving the turbines and Mashpee Town Meeting votes against a ban on marijuana.
We discuss tribe's march last weekend, a lawsuit in Falmouth, wastewater treatment in Bourne and West Nile on the Cape
This week we discuss Highfield Hall's executive director stepping down and Bourne Town Meeting voting down recreational marijuana.
This week we talk about Bourne preparing for a contentious Town Meeting, and we dive back into the Great Shark Highway.
This week we discuss a controversial art show that was pulled at Highfield Hall.
Discussion: A baker in Bourne sells "gakes" and the Mashpee Wampanoag are dealt a major blow.
This week we discuss a judge shutting down the aerial park at Heritage and Bourne parents disturbed by the new bus routes.
This week, reporters discuss a Falmouth man talking about his turbine woes and a Mashpee police internal investigation that found an officer should have stopped his pursuit.
This week, we keep it brief on a few stories while we work on our new studio. We talk about marijuana establishments in Falmouth and Mashpee, as well as the new tribe lawsuit.
This week we discuss the bridge work being delayed until spring, a tree dedicated to a fallen soldier in Mashpee and a man who will be running the Falmouth Road Race for the 40th time.
This week, the debate wages on over the canal bridges and a special camp in Sandwich helps youth overcome grief.
A tragic accident under investigation by Mashpee police and two officers shot in Falmouth are the topics for this week's podcast
This week, we bring you special coverage of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's testimony in front of a congressional subcommittee in Washington, DC.
This week we find out more details in the case of Bourne town administrator's suspension. And, sometimes people do the right thing, for the right cause.
This week, we discuss sheep at Peterson's Farm and the poisonous plant giant hogweed.
This week we discuss Gosnold's proposed expansion to a location next to a Falmouth school and a drowning in Bourne over the holiday weekend. On a lighter note we also talk about the World Cup and U2's performance in Gray Gables.
This week, we discuss the opposition to Gosnold opening a treatment facility next to a Falmouth school.
In this week's podcast, we look at more details from a charity event in Sandwich after which two firefighters wound up resigning.
This week, we talk about pickleball players taking their case to the Sandwich Board of Selectmen and Falmouth planners looking to halt parking lot solar panels temporarily.
In this week's podcast, we catch up with a local man who is a contestant on the latest season of "The Bachelorette" and discuss Falmouth residents who have yet to tie into the sewer system, which could lead to the town filing a lawsuit.
In this week's podcast, we look at Sandwich's decision to pay for additional repairs to the iconic boardwalk and discuss a new effort in Bourne to reconsider banning recreational marijuana.
In this week's podcast, we hear from Enterprise reporter Brittany Feldott and her special report on the shortage of help available locally for adolescents struggling with mental illness.
This week, we recap the local elections that took place Tuesday in Bourne, Mashpee and Falmouth.
This week, we discuss the closure of a portion of Bourne's disposal operation and the news that in Mashpee, high school students will soon be getting more sleep.
We discuss the decision to hire a contractor for a temporary fix for the Sandwich boardwalk and talk about the Shawme boathouse, the Bourne town administrator's review and a new hotel proposed for Falmouth.
We discuss concerns about contentious land lawsuit from 1970s resurfacing in Mashpee and take a look at Question 1 in Falmouth—should the town build an artificial turf field?
We discuss traffic and beaches—two things synonymous with Cape Cod. We talk about traffic at the Sagamore Bridge, proposed new beach rules in Falmouth, free beaches passes for veterans in Mashpee, and Town Neck Beach in Sandwich could open soon.
We discuss the recent mapathon event at Mashpee High School as well as the new medical marijuana facility that opened in Mashpee and the recreational marijuana discussion in Bourne.
Volunteers in Sandwich look to restore the Boardwalk and Mashpee's Board of Health considers regulating rental units.
Bourne residents this week made it know they are open to marijuana dispensaries, the first on the Upper Cape to do so. And a new bill could tax AirBnB hosts to support a push for clean water.
This week we discuss the Bourne selectman's race and Michael Blanton, the latest news for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, and Upper Cape students and school safety.