The virtual forum with the two candidates vying to represent the 5th Barnstable District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, hosted by Sandwich Community Televis…
The Sandwich Historic District Committee made history itself this week with a decision to allow synthetic materials to replace wood on one of the town’s most prominent landmarks.
Residents throughout the Upper Cape have been opening up their mailboxes during the past few months to find a letter from the Department of Unemployment Assistance letting …
Her goals have all been framed by diversity and the pandemic.
The eyes of Pete Hanlon and Jess DuBois scanned the fresh cranberries rolling past them on an 80-year-old wooden sorting machine, looking for imperfections last Friday morn…
No solid plans exist, but the Sandwich Public Schools administrative team wants to be ready in case another shut down is necessary.
Sandwich is recruiting citizen scientists willing to shift their focus from taking selfies with their smartphone to helping record changes at Town Neck Beach.
Sandwich Public Library staffers spent much of their time this week packing up their offices and throwing away whatever they could live without.
October is not over yet, but the state is looking ahead to plans for a safe Thanksgiving.
A Mashpee man was found to have a stun gun following a traffic stop in Sandwich.
A Sandwich man has been indicted by a Barnstable County Grand Jury on multiple charges stemming from a March 2020 arrest.
As this year’s bustling and complicated election season nears its November 3 grand finale, Town Clerk Taylor D. White has some last-minute information for those who have no…
The solar canopies are expected to be fully functioning by the end of the year.
"Unacceptable" water quality in unusually high number of water bodies sampled by nonprofit environmental organization raises alarms.
Racist graffiti, which included phrases supportive of President Donald J. Trump, was removed Monday, October 19, from the Lowell Holly Reservation, a conservation area in M…
The football team's newest member is an 11-year-old boy from Forestdale.
The Sandwich Board of Selectmen Thursday night, October 22, debated transfer station fees and gave restaurants a break on liquor licenses.
A proposed zoning change to raise the maximum height of town buildings failed to raise any eyebrows this week, judging by the lack of comment from residents at a public hea…
To accommodate the weekday school schedule—and provide a safe gathering place—this fall’s special Town Meeting will be held on Saturday, November 14, in the Sandwich High S…
Senator Julian Cyr said that experts believe the next six to eight weeks will be challenging in terms of the pandemic.
As of Wednesday, 16,830 people were registered to vote in Sandwich, according to Town Clerk Taylor D. White. And of those voters, 1,650 have voted in-person within the firs…
The machine gun range proposed for Joint Base Cape Cod is not the only gun range being proposed for construction in Massachusetts.
All three of the vehicle's occupants are facing drug trafficking charges after the traffic stop on Quaker Meetinghouse Road.
Cloudy skies did not deter the 60 people who stood masked and socially distanced in the parking lot of the old Forestdale Fire Station on Wednesday, October 21, for a live …
The PTSA is looking for artists and crafters to register for this year's virtual event.
First Church of Christ, one of the oldest and most visible historic landmarks in Sandwich Village, outlined a bold plan this week to replace much of its 174-year-old wooden…
A medical marijuana business that has been trying for more than three years to expand into Sandwich came one step closer this week to opening a dispensary along Route 130.
Werewolves, witches and ghosts will wear face masks under a blue full moon that will lighten the sky this Halloween night: the first full moon on Halloween night, according…
The Forestdale man is suspected of selling cocaine.
Only one patient is being treated in an area hospital with COVID-19 as their primary diagnosis, Cape Cod Healthcare president Michael Lauf said.
The town this week officially launched an art project that will bring new life—and light—to the old grist mill lawn.
The 21-year-old student was found with a week's worth of food and water near the Sandwich Public Library.
A DDoS attack has interrupted has caused internet issues for the Sandwich Public Schools.
A Forestdale woman is facing multiple charges, including operating under the influence of alcohol, after she crashed her car on Arnold Road.
A Bourne man facing charges for threatening a Coca Cola delivery driver was again confronted by police when he showed up at the factory.
For those who did not take advantage of early voting to cast their votes in the election polls for will be open from 7 AM until 8 PM on Tuesday, November 3.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM on Sunday, November 1. Residents are reminded to set their clocks back an hour before going to bed on Saturday night.
The American Legion Post 188 Honor Guard will be marching from the former Henry T. Wing School down Water Street to Sandwich Town Hall on Saturday, November 7, at 10 AM.
Heroes In Transition will hold its 11th annual fall gala on Friday, November 6, at 7 PM. The theme of this year’s gala, which is being held virtually, is “Improvise, Adapt …
The virtual forum planed for Wednesday, October 28, with the two candidates vying to represent the 5th Barnstable District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives has…
Road work along Route 130—between Cotuit and Quaker Meetinghouse roads—is scheduled to run from Monday, November 2, through Wednesday, November 4.
Children’s Cove, the Cape and islands child advocacy center, is calling on parents and caregivers to be extra diligent in the prevention of online exploitation of children …
The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority has scheduled two public information sessions on the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget and rate…
A bill to rename the Route 6A bridge over Scorton Creek in East Sandwich in memory of local veterans has passed a critical hurdle in the state Legislature.
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center and Impact Area Groundwater Study Program will host an online public meeting with the Joint Base Cape Cod Cleanup Team on their environm…
Tomatoes Italian Grille and Bar received the Sandwich Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Year award, and Sandwich Department of Natural Resources Director David DeConto …
The Steamship Authority will honor all US military personnel, including those on active duty, veterans who have been honorably discharged and retired veterans, with free pa…
Horsley Witten Group of Sandwich has announced a carbon offset donation in support of Habitat for Humanity’s energy efficiency program for new home construction. Specifical…
FCP Live-In, a leading premier full-service home care agency specializing in live-in home care, has appointed Susan Sampson, RN, as its director of nursing. The new positio…
The meeting of the Environmental Management Commission that had been tentatively scheduled for Thursday, October 22, has been postponed.
Starting Saturday, October 17, town residents can vote early and in person in the presidential election.
The Center for Tech & Civic Life has awarded a $6,376 grant to the Sandwich town clerk’s office to help offset the additional postage costs and temporary staffing needs…
The Army Corps of Engineers announced that maintenance work will be done on the Bourne Bridge on Thursday, October 15.
The Sandwich-Bourne Lions Club is holding its annual coat drive through January 2.
A Stand Out and Stand Up event in Sandwich is planned for Saturday, October 17, at 10 AM at Mill Creek Park, at the intersection of Route 130, Main Street and Tupper Road i…
There will be a regional household hazardous waste collection Saturday, October 17, from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Bourne landfill at 201 MacArthur Boulevard (Route 28 North).
Community Health Center of Cape Cod will soon be offering services at a new location at 90 Route 6A on Sextant Hill in Sandwich. The new office will enable the health cente…
The Friends of the Sandwich Public Library has launched its fall membership drive.
The annual Trunk-or-Treat event is still planned for October 31 at Oakcrest Cove.
CARE for the Cape and Islands has partnered with the US Army Corps of Engineers Park Rangers to present a socially distanced community volunteer opportunity. All are invite…
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