The man was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess by ambulance with multiple traumatic injuries.
Students at the STEM Academy will be returning to in-person classes full time on May 10, superintendent Pamela A. Gould said.
At least 30 people attended a remote meeting Thursday night, April 15 to see—and comment on—the reimagined boardwalk design.
A letter from a state environmental agency questioning a plan to save Sandwich’s Town Neck Beach could drastically affect a sand replenishment effort that has taken years t…
Blood clots were experienced by six women across the country who had received the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Cape Cod BMX this week encountered a small bump along the town’s regulatory obstacle course.
Sandwich has been awarded a $70,800 grant by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation to install a crosswalk and flashing lights leading to the skate park and future …
A fire that started in a truck at the Sandwich Transfer Station on Route 130 was swiftly extinguished by firefighters.
A disturbance on Bob White Lane over the weekend will result in charges for two New Bedford residents, police said.
A woman who had become lost in the Cooks Farm Conservation area was rescued by Sandwich emergency responders.
A Hanover woman was injured when her car rolled over on Old County Road last week.
Several cabins at Oakcrest Cove have been vandalized in the past week, police said.
The Sandwich Public Schools have received a grant through the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that will provide Chromebooks to dozens of families in need.
After a one-year hiatus, the Cape Cod Baseball League is scheduled to return this summer.
The Sandwich School District will be applying for a waiver that would allow the return to school for middle school students to be delayed until May.
A citizens petition seeking to have roosters banned from certain neighborhoods will probably be dropped from the Sandwich Town Meeting warrant next month.
Officials are expecting a busy summer, with many hotels seeing advance bookings.
Now that so many new town building projects are underway, the board of selectmen is looking at what to do with older structures that could also use some love.
Solar farms proposed for vacant parcels in South Sandwich, and the town’s industrial park, will be seeking a green light from voters in the coming weeks.
Wetlands Scientist Norman W. Hayes, along with machete-bearing volunteers, will again battle the phragmites overtaking Shawme Pond.
After being denied a spot on the Town Meeting warrant, the Sandwich School Committee may be back to square one when it comes to funding the replacement of the elementary school boilers.
John H. Hough has been appointed assistant publisher of Falmouth Publishing Company, parent company of the Enterprise newspapers.
A Plympton woman is facing multiple drug charges after a traffic stop near Jan Sebastian Drive.
Another road rage incident turned violent in Sandwich when a Mashpee man choked a Forestdale man following a minor crash on Route 130.
A medical marijuana business that has been trying for more than four years to expand into Sandwich is finally getting ready to open its doors this spring.
For the first time during the course of the school year, elementary school students in Sandwich are in school on a Wednesday.
Next month, Sandwich voters will be asked to begin implementing the town’s ambitious water cleanup plan, which includes engineering sewer pipe layouts and other wastewater …
The creature had become bleached and was drying due to sun exposure, he said. This accentuated its dinosaur-like features.
Residents living on half-acre lots behind Holly Ridge Golf Club have signed a citizens petition that, if approved, would give them something to crow about.
A COVID-19 outbreak that began on the Mid-Cape has spread to surrounding towns.
A steel pilot boat that was abandoned at the Sandwich Marina in 2016 is being sold in an auction later this month.
A Habitat for Humanity proposal to build three affordable homes in South Sandwich is under consideration by the zoning board of appeals.
Sandwich is considering the purchase of 11 acres of land— which borders conservation land owned by the Town of Barnstable—that would create a large, contiguous, scenic trac…
Police said that the woman was under the influence of drugs when she was stopped for erratic driving.
Town Election Day hours for in-person voting will be abbreviated this year, due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, and because there are no contested races, Town Clerk Taylor…
The Green Briar Nature Center will hold sale of native and naturalized wildflowers on Saturday, May 22, from 9 AM to 2 PM at the center at 6 Discovery Hill Road in East Sandwich.
The Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund Management Board on April 14 awarded the first set of subsidies, totaling $71,307,259, to qualified and eligible water qualit…
Cape Cod Church is hosting a lecture and question-and-answer session titled "Despair, Resiliency, and Hope: Understanding and Navigating Depression After COVID-19" with Dr.…
The Cape Cod Healthcare blood program is eliminating the “finger stick” blood test that is currently used to measure the hemoglobin levels of donors to determine if they ar…
Early mail-in ballots are available for Sandwich's May Town Election.
A coalition of Cape Cod organizations have written to members of Massachusetts’ Congressional delegation in an effort to secure funding for Cape Cod wastewater infrastructu…
While the ASICS Falmouth Road Race awaits COVID-19 guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Town of Falmouth on hosting an in-person this summer, registratio…
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company will resume limited bus service on Saturday, May 14.
The Barnstable Probate and Family Court has introduced Project LINKS, a program that works to connect individuals to either Community Health Center of Cape Cod or Duffy Hea…
The Massachusetts National Guard’s Natural Resources Program plans to conduct a prescribed burn on Camp Edwards on Joint Base Cape Cod on Wednesday, April 14, conditions pe…
The Roberti Farm Sandwich Community Garden is creating three raised garden beds that will be easily accessible for people with disabilities.
The Enterprise newspapers took home three awards during this year’s New England Newspaper & Press Association Better Newspaper Competition.
The Woods Hole Sea Grant program, in collaboration with the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension, is conducting a free shrink wrap recycling program across Cape Cod from April 16…
Naturalist and landscaper John Root will present “Attracting Birds, Butterflies, Bees and Other Beneficials” on Tuesday, June 1, at 7 PM via Zoom presentation.
Upper Cape Household Hazardous Waste collection for residents of Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich and Joint Base Cape Cod is scheduled for tomorrow from 9 AM to 1 PM at …
The new addition is open for business, and Decatur House Assisted Living is offering safe, private Tea & Tours of the residence this spring.
There is financial help available to coastal homeowners who live in high-risk flood or erosion areas and might be interested in relocating.
This spring Buzzards Bay Sail and Power Squadron will present a series of live, interactive, online seminars on a comprehensive list of boating topics designed to make part…
The 2021 Shape Your Cape Summit, taking place virtually over two half-days, April 7 and April 8, is shaping up to be an insightful and inspiring virtual professional confer…
The operator of a pleasure boat is responsible for the safety of that boat and all on board. To assist with that, the federal government and the state of Massachusetts have…
Heritage Museums & Gardens has announced the unveiling of a refreshed logo and website.
Four family-owned Massachusetts funeral homes across 10 locations in Bridgewater, Wareham, Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod will be renamed Chapman Funerals & Cremations.…
Cape Women’s Coalition and the League of Women Voters of the Cape Cod Area will co-present a Zoom roundtable discussion with state Senator Susan Moran and state Representat…
Cape Cod 5 announced it will offer Credit for Life Fairs to local high school juniors and seniors this spring via a new digital platform. Developed in collaboration with ei…
An Upper Cape Chambers of Commerce Virtual Job Fair for the Canal Region will be held Wednesday, April 28, from 1 to 5 PM. Admission is free. Job seekers aiming to find emp…
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