The architect designing a $53 million senior housing complex at the former Henry T. Wing School was sent back to the drawing board on Wednesday night, January 13 by the his…
A long-imagined cross-town trail allowing bikers and walkers to safely travel from the Service Road to the Cape Cod Canal is gaining traction.
January has become the second deadliest month on Cape Cod when it comes to COVID-19, and two weeks remain before it is over.
The Sandwich School Committee has unanimously approved the school calendar for next year.
The playground at the Forestdale School is more than 20 years old and is in need of replacing, principal Christopher Dintino has said.
Whether you think Sandwich should become a greener, more welcoming place for new businesses and housing, or you think it should stay the way it is, the town would like to h…
The Sandwich School Committee is taking center stage when it comes to advocating for students to sing indoors.
Police are looking investigating after a Stowe Road resident reported that several trees and signs on her property were spray-painted blue.
Police said that a Sandwich man is considered to be missing after his former wife reported that she has not seen or heard from him in years.
A proposal to build a BMX course on vacant land off Quaker Meetinghouse Road continued to gather speed in the past few weeks.
About 250 members of the Upper Cape police and fire departments will have been vaccinated by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 13.
Shayne Fleming, 26, of Sandwich was issued a citation for failure to yield following a two-truck crash in Falmouth last Friday, January 8.
Volunteers braved icy blasts of wind outside First Church of Christ on Wednesday morning, January 6 as they handed bags of free lunch to passersby and gained an acute under…
Sandwich will be administering the COVID-19 vaccine to first responders across the Upper Cape next week.
The Sandwich Board of Selectmen Thursday, January 7 voted unanimously to move ahead with a $2 million boardwalk reconstruction project that has been delayed by COVID-19 for…
The Sandwich Historical Commission is looking into regulations that would save historic homes from “demolition by neglect.”
Nearly five times as many people have died from COVID-19 on Cape Cod in the first week of January as they did the first week of December.
It’s a common experience among owners of older homes—in the process of repairing one section of the house they uncover a host of other structural problems that must be addressed.
Republican Steven G. Xiarhos of West Barnstable was officially sworn in to serve as state representative for the 5th Barnstable District on Wednesday, January 6.
Police said that they found the man's car idling in the middle of an intersection.
Police said that a Buzzards Bay man rammed a shopping cart into another customer's vehicle following a disagreement.
The Original Marshland on Route 6A has closed temporarily citing reduced capacity and a desire to reduce COVID-19 spread.
Former state Representative Randy Hunt (R-Sandwich) is now a resident of Quincy.
First responders across the state are preparing to receive their first vaccinations next week as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to climb, including a record number of n…
A paraglider was injured last Friday afternoon, January 1, after crashing on East Sandwich Beach, according to a post by the Sandwich Police Department on its Facebook page…
Members of the town’s two historic boards, in a rare show of solidarity, have joined forces to save a very old house from demolition.
Bourne, Falmouth, and Sandwich schools will all be remote next week.
Cape Cod Healthcare announced this week that the organization has granted $10,000 to the Sandwich Food Pantry.
The town later this month will be asking residents and business owners to help imagine Sandwich’s future.
The film, which will be free to view, will be released on Friday, January 8.
Here's a look at some of The Enterprise's best photographs from 2020, as chosen by our photography staff.
Dunbar House, a Sandwich landmark for many decades, has been reimagined by its new owner and manager Kathryn Wolstenholme.
Legitimate companies will not ask for gift card numbers as payment, police said.
A Barnstable teenager was accused of exposing himself to younger children at the park, which he denied.
The weapon used in the robbery was determined to be a plastic replica.
Sandwich Youth Baseball and Softball Spring 2021 Registration is now open. Late registrants missed out on the chance on having extra entries in the league’s opening day giv…
Two regional organizations have teamed up to measure how Cape Cod businesses are faring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maria Melo of Falmouth has joined Homecare Choices as a care manager and member of the leadership team. She will be coordinating the care plans and staffing schedules for c…
WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, an organization dedicated to helping Cape Cod women achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their famil…
The Fall River Diocese released a list of 75 clergy who have been credibly or publicly accused of sexual abuse of a minor on January 7.
The board of directors of Falmouth Road Race has named Jennifer Edwards executive director of the organization, effective January 1. She was most recently its general manager.
A conversation on diversity and inclusion in the workplace via Zoom link presented by Dr. Angela Crutchfield of PESSCE Unlimited, LLC, is planned for Thursday, January 28, …
January is National Mentoring Month and usually finds Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands busy gearing up for its annual Celebration of Mentoring, hosted…
A gift of $50,000 from Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, $20,000 from the Cape and Islands Association of REALTORS and nearly $10,000 from Shepley Wood Products and Barns…
State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey announced that, for the first time on record, no children died in fires in Massachusetts in 2020. Historically, children and seniors h…
Cape Cod Jewish institutions present a virtual dramatic performance of “Matzo Ball Diaries” by The Braid, formerly known as the Jewish Women’s Theater of Los Angeles, on Su…
The Sandwich Natural Resources Department this year has again asked local shellfishermen and shellfisherwomen to give their shells back to the town.
The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is holding a Bike for Prevention Bike-A-Thon.
Project Green Schools announced the application period is now open for the annual 2021 Green Difference Awards, a program to recognize and honor outstanding environmental e…
Deborah Esborn said that she wants to have the Giant made to represent her family's Swedish heritage.
Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital are in urgent need of blood donations, and numerous blood drives are being held across Cape Cod in January to benefit Cape Cod Healt…
Cape Cod Healthcare is supporting the critical nutritional needs of the community through the financial support of local organizations supplying food and ready-made meals t…
Cape Cod 5 recently announced grants totaling $27,500 from its foundation to support Cape Cod Healthcare and Outer Cape Health Services in their COVID-19 testing strategies.
At a time when nonprofits are finding new creative ways to get through this year, WeThrive provides a shared housing resource allowing LGBTQ folks and some allies to secure…
Due to the holidays, The Enterprise will be delivered a day early during the weeks of Christmas and New Years. That also means that most stories will be available early on …
Cape Cod 5 recently held a series of socially distanced events with Santa, who greeted and collected letters from community members, utilizing the bank’s drive-up windows a…
Stop & Shop has added pickup service at its Sandwich store at 71 Quaker Meetinghouse Road.
Mirroring the surge in COVID-19 cases this winter will be an escalation of residents needing help to keep a roof over their heads, the Housing Assistance Corporation warns.
The Salvation Army is facing a perfect storm this year as it contends with a massive spike in demand for services coupled with a precipitous decline in donations at Red Ket…
First Church Sandwich will be having a drive-in service on Christmas Eve in the Sandwich High School parking lot.
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