Although the town canceled all of its July 4th festivities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents organized a few low key gatherings to mark the nations birthday. The even…
A 6-year-old girl was taken to the hospital after she was injured in a fall.
The third phase includes some indoor recreation, outdoor theater performances, and fitness center reopenings.
The Sandwich Public Library remains closed to the public, but plans to reopen are in the works.
The town reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, June 2. To keep it that way, the town has taken several measures to keep partying to a minimum this holiday weekend.
Clay H. DiPietro is facing drug and motor vehicle charges after being stopped in Sandwich over the weekend.
A 911 caller alerted police to an erratic driver, which resulted in the arrest of two people.
The library's annual summer reading program will begin virtually on Monday, July 6.
Although yellow bulldozers have not yet rolled onto the construction sites of pending municipal projects, the town has been making behind-the-scenes progress on all of them.
The Cape Cod Commission has granted approval for an unusual solar farm proposal for 18 acres of forested land off Cotuit Road in South Sandwich.
Police said that several men claiming to be recent graduates of Massachusetts Maritime Academy became confrontational towards police at the party.
One neighbor turned to Metallica to drown out the sound of children playing.
After a circuitous discussion on whether to grant an extension to a long-delayed cluster subdivision on Atkins Road, the Sandwich Planning Board passed the buck to the buil…
The graduates were able to receive their diplomas in person while their parents watched from the stands.
Except for two hours during Saturday evening’s downpour, small groups of silent protesters rotated in and out of Mill Creek Park last weekend in support of the national eff…
This summer will be no day at the beach for town officials or for out-of-town visitors hoping to plunge into one of Sandwich’s freshwater ponds.
The Sandwich Board of Selectmen gave restaurateur Christopher G. Wilson permission to open a new bar at 2 Jarves Street during its meeting Thursday, June 25.
Although no fireworks will light up the sky next weekend, there will be a flash motorcade through town on the morning of July 4th to celebrate the nation’s 244th birthday.
A pair of sisters from Sandwich have raised $2,000 for the Movement for Black Lives.
The Sandwich Conservation Commission met for the first time in almost four months on Wednesday night, June 24 to soldier through stockpiled items ranging from proposals for…
Here’s a just-in-time-for-summer scoop: Ice Cream Sandwich—an iconic ice cream shop that has changed hands a few times in recent years—is scheduled to reopen this weekend.
Marian Ferrick and Ellen Mantenfel are both retiring this year after a combined 75 years of service to the Sandwich School District.
The 20-year-old driver of an Audi involved in a head-on crash remains in critical condition at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The East Sandwich Post Office was able to reopen on the same day.
A Monument Beach man has been charged with failing to stop for police among other motor vehicle charges.
The Sandwich Zoning Board of Appeals met for the first time in several months via Zoom to consider—and approve—plans for a seaside-themed accessory and home decoration shop…
A 35-year-old Hatfield woman suffered minor injuries early Saturday morning, June 20, when her car crashed off Route 6 in Sandwich, a Massachusetts State Police spokesman said.
Two drivers were airlifted—and an injured passenger rushed by ambulance—to three area hospitals on Friday night, June 19, following a two-car collision on Old County Road i…
Paul Manganella saved a man's life last month and is now faced with a $1,000 hospital bill for the COVID-19 evaluation he received afterwards.
The Sandwich American Legion Post 188, which has helped countless veterans and children over the decades, has been deeply wounded by the coronavirus and is itself in need of help.
A sewing project for needy children, which began with a small circle of friends, is now a cottage industry fueled by the needlework of more than 50 Sandwich women and the d…
Abby Houlihan was about to go for a run when she heard a mother screaming for help at East Sandwich Beach.
With the former Henry T. Wing School set to become senior housing, the district's Central Offices will need to be out by the end of next year.
The Sandwich Education Association is asking the state to fully fund public education while the Sandwich School Committee is asking the state to fund all mandates pertaining to COVID-19.
Taxpayers who attended Town Meeting this week did not leave empty-handed.
An amendment passed Thursday, July 2, and co-sponsored by state Senator Susan L. Moran (D-Falmouth) and state Senator Julian A. Cyr (D-Truro) would provide $250,000 in fund…
The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce is holding a 50/50 Summer Spectacular Raffle, in which participants can win up to $25,000.
In March, at the onset of this COVID-19 pandemic, the Fund for Sandwich, a town fund under the auspices of the Cape Cod Foundation, established a Rapid Response Fund to pro…
State Representative Dylan A. Fernandes (D- Falmouth) has secured $300,000 in funds for COVID-19 testing on Cape Cod. This funding was part of a supplemental budget passed …
YMCA Cape Cod has reopened all but one of its Early Education Care locations and its summer camps. The action is in conjunction with the state’s health and safety guideline…
The board of selectmen voted to reorganize its officers Thursday, June 25.
Drive-through testing for COVID-19 is now available at Falmouth Hospital.
Community Action Committee of Cape Cod & Islands has received a grant from the state Health Insurance Connector Authority for its program that provides trained navigato…
This year’s Barbara Luksanen Gill Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 has been awarded to Nina R. Sundermeyer, daughter of Miles and Susan Sundermeyer of East Sandwich. Nin…
Sandwich Stands, a 1½-day-long silent vigil in support of national efforts to end racial injustice, is planned for tomorrow at 6 AM until Sunday, June 28, at 6 PM in Mill C…
The Cape Cod Healthcare blood program is experiencing an urgent need for O-negative blood.
One week before Housing Assistance Corporation’s Virtual Walk for Hope, the agency will host a Virtual Bingo Night on Saturday, June 20, at 7 PM on its Facebook page.
The Cape Cod Foundation has deployed an additional $130,000 in grants with funds received from the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The grants are being made to local no…
The Captain Joshua Gray-Jonathan Hatch Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is lending a helping hand to healthcare and other essenti…
Mass Audubon is inviting active duty members of the military and their families to enjoy its statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries free of charge through Labor Day, Sep…
A book drive for new—or nearly new—children’s books will be held on Tuesday, June 16, at the Sandwich Public Library parking lot on Main Street.
Following its COVID-19 needs survey, Cape Cod Young Professionals said 85 percent of respondents, working-age adults between ages 18 and 45, have been directly impacted by …
Senator Susan L. Moran (D-Falmouth) has received three committee appointments from Senate President Karen E. Spilka.
Household hazardous waste collection for residents of Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich and Joint Base Cape Cod is planned for Saturday, June 13, from 9 AM to 1 PM at Fal…
Over the past few months blood center inventories have fallen to their lowest levels since pre-pandemic days due to cancellations of blood drives as a result of social dist…
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts “Camp Outside the Box” program offers six week-long virtual sessions from July 6 through August 14. Girls entering kindergarten thr…
The Sandwich High School Association has canceled its annual All-Class Reunion scheduled for July 25 because of the coronavirus threat.
Workers are set to make roadway drainage improvements along Sandy Neck Road beginning Monday, June 8. The work will include installation of drainage structures, paving and …
New annual beach and dump stickers are required starting Wednesday, July 1. And in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, town officials are strongly recommending residents bu…
The warrant for Sandwich's Annual Town Meeting, scheduled for Monday, June 15, is now available online.
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