Sandwich Stories

Police are looking investigating after a Stowe Road resident reported that several trees and signs on her property were spray-painted blue.

Shayne Fleming, 26, of Sandwich was issued a citation for failure to yield following a two-truck crash in Falmouth last Friday, January 8.

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Community Briefs

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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 …

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.