The former Forestdale Fire Station has a new life as the base of operations for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Emergency Management Department.
The debate about whether the boardwalk should be demolished—and replaced—deepened this week as an advocacy group took legal steps in the fight to preserve the current struc…
With flags snapping in the wind and seagulls flying overhead, Massachusetts VIPs and bike trail advocates gathered on the sunny southern bank of the Cape Cod Canal in Sandw…
Police responded to Woodridge Road after a 42-year-old woman reported her neighbor was harassing her, again.
Benjamin R. Styche, the man who has been quietly serving as the town’s assistant assessor for the past five years—and as interim assessing director since March—was official…
The fanfare accompanying the state’s announcement of $4 million in grants for statewide bike trail projects, almost eclipsed news of another grant Sandwich received this week.
A Brewster man crashed his pickup truck into a utility pole while reaching for a non-alcoholic drink, he told police.
Officials are urging people to get vaccinated as a way to protect themselves against the latest rise in COVID-19 cases.
A joint meeting of health agents, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the Association to Preserve Cape Cod did not solve the problem of mixed messaging when it comes to algae blooms.
Even the remnant of Storm Elsa didn’t faze the attendance and high enthusiasm for the US Tennis Association’s new six-week tennis programs in East Sandwich and Buzzards Bay…
A Clinton, Connecticut, man is being summoned to court on firearms charges after a housekeeper at the Sandwich inn where he was staying found a loaded handgun tucked into t…
A Plymouth developer successfully bid $1.2 million for 37 acres of land off Atkins Road during a lightning-fast property auction held in the woods Tuesday morning, July 20.
When David J. Shorten got the call that a ram skull was found during a room renovation at the Benjamin Nye Homestead museum in East Sandwich, he thought it made sense that …
From puppets and printmaking to math and reading, summer school in Sandwich looks pretty fun this year.
Hundreds of motorcyclists gathered to ride in the 12th Annual Big Nick’s Ride for the Fallen Sunday morning, July 18.
More than 80 people packed a meeting room and spilled out into the hallway of the Human Services Building on Wednesday night, July 14, to support—or to damn—a plan to tear …
Residents who live on Wakeby Pond are looking for answers about what is being done to ensure that they are safe in the water.
School Resource Officer Jessica Kent will have a one-of-a-kind cruiser thanks to the hard work of six Sandwich High School students.
The newly renovated Sandwich Public Library is scheduled to reopen its doors to the public at the end of August, ahead of a formal ribbon-cutting, the library director said…
Police responded to East Sandwich for a report of a stopped pickup truck idling in the travel lane of Route 6A for 20 minutes.
Citing repeated instances of disrespect and a known violation of conflict-of-interest law, selectman David Sampson called for the resignation of James McCormick.
A Chadwell Avenue resident contacted police at 10:11 PM last Thursday, July 8, when a man, later identified as a 15-year-old Sandwich boy, rang their doorbell and attempted…
A single-motor vehicle crash left a black Jeep on its side Saturday, July 10, near the American Legion hall on Main Street.
When police responded to a shoplifting call at CVS, they found an intoxicated woman in possession of drugs and more than $400 worth of merchandise.
An advisory has been posted to warn swimmers about the presence of a cyanobacteria bloom in Peter's Pond.
A new bike shop has opened in Merchants Square, just a short spin away from the 7-mile-long Cape Cod Canal Bikeway.
The Sandwich Cable Television Advisory Committee voted 2-1 this week to submit a renegotiated Comcast agreement to the board of selectmen for review.
The Zoning Board of Appeals had a surprisingly short meeting on Tuesday night, July 13, considering that the three development matters on its agenda were weighty ones.
A crash on the Mid-Cape Highway slowed traffic on Sunday morning, July 11.
The Sandwich Historical Commission has approved the use of a mix of materials to repair parts of the exterior of First Church of Christ in Sandwich.
“Two weeks and many tweets ago, here at the Barnstable County Jail, I found a common barn swallow—stranded on the floor in the corner of our indoor recreation deck.”
The Sandwich Recreation Department is still looking to fill camp counselor and gate attendant positions.
The owners of two Knott Avenue properties remain in limbo while the Conservation Commission discusses the matter with town counsel.
With more people out and about after months and months of coronavirus-induced lockdown, police are reporting that crime in town is rebounding to pre-pandemic levels.
Plans for a beachside compound in East Sandwich will have to go through further revisions before being approved by the Conservation Commission.
A free bike rodeo for children ages 8 to 12 will be held at Buzzards Bay Recreation Area on Main Street in Buzzards Bay on Saturday, August 28, from 10 AM to noon.
This summer, The Cape Cod Foundation will host its 7th Annual Non-Event, a no-frills, no-fuss, no-attendance-required fundraiser that supports its civic leadership and phil…
Boston Children’s Hospital and Cape Cod Hospital have announced a program for enhanced patient access to highly specialized pediatric care for Cape Cod families.
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod hosted a celebration on Monday, July 19, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its founding and the grand reopening of its newly renovate…
Heritage Museums & Gardens will hold a Wampanoag Heritage Day on Saturday, July 24, from 10 AM to 2 PM.
COVID-19 vaccinations will be available on site for any eligible fairgoer during the Barnstable County Fair, thanks to a partnership between the Cape Cod Fairgrounds and th…
Buzzards Bay Sail and Power Squadron is offering America’s Boating Course, beginning August 2.
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod will celebrate its 100th anniversary from July 19 through July 24 by hosting special giveaways, treats and prizes at its branches.
The Cape Cod YMCA in Sandwich has been selected as recipient of a grant to fund summer jobs for young people that are focused on promoting health and wellness.
With over 50 boats set to head out last Friday, July 9, a post-fishing reception sold out at 300 attendees, and the lingering effects of COVID, the news of Tropical Storm E…
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod will host a celebration to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its founding on Monday, July 19, beginning 4:30 PM at its office in Hyannis…
The Sandwich Democratic Town Committee will hold a caucus to elect delegates and alternates to the 2021 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention on Monday, July 19, at 7 PM.
The Sandwich Recreation Department will host Sandwich’s own Summer Olympic games in August.
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has launched its ninth annual #MyCapeCod Photo Contest, giving amateur photographers ages 13 and up the opportunity to win cash prizes and …
In partnership with Discover Flying R/C Club of Marstons Mills and Otis Model Aero Club of Falmouth, Heroes In Transition will offer military veterans and their families a …
Massachusetts Maritime Academy has appointed Shannon M. Finning as the new vice president of Student Services. Dr. Finning began her role with the academy in June to allow …
Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital have both received an “A” rating in the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing achievements protecting p…
The Christ the King Catholic Women’s Club presented the 2021 Scholarship Awards to four outstanding graduating high school seniors on Sunday, June 27 at the 10:30 Mass.
The Sandwich Garden Club will host its 2021 Garden Tour on July 12, 16 and 17 in conjunction with the Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival.
Cape Cod Synagogue weekly Reform Jewish Shabbat services with Rabbi David Freelund are now both in-person at 145 Winter Street, Hyannis and livestreamed on multiple platforms.
Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital are in urgent need of blood donations, and numerous blood drives are being held across Cape Cod in July to help fill the need.
Swimmer’s Itch Makes Early Summer Appearance
The Association to Preserve Cape Cod on Wednesday, June 30, filed a state public records request for all communications sent by the Joint Base Cape Cod executive director, …
The Cape Cod Foundation 2021 Scholarship Recipients for the Cape & islands are:
Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands, Inc., will be distributing coupons for individuals who are low income (or qualify for programs such as food stamps, MassHealth a…
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