Work has begun on the town’s new recreation area along Quaker Meetinghouse Road, next door to the new public safety complex.
Sunday was the essence of September.
A new reporter started in the Enterprise newsroom this week. Her name is Jessica Hill.
Last Friday afternoon—as Sturgis Charter Public School students were finishing up their first week back to school—administrators at the west campus were alerted to a swasti…
If we want to have a healthy planet, we must reduce our plastic consumption.
As fire chief, I take exception to the editorial, “A Curious Incident,” in last week’s Enterprise. The article has the ability to misdirect your readers and undermine my de…
The Sandwich Public Library on Main Street will only be “new” on the inside. The library had won a construction grant and was on the state waiting list for an actual new li…
Here are some of one man’s observations from over 70 years of fishing for the elusive striped bass and what I have witnessed along the way. It is also important for me to s…
Scoundrel. Rapscallion. Ne’er-do-well. Good-for-nothing. Scallywag.
As a member of Sustainable Practices, I would like to explain why I am in favor or the Municipal Plastic Bottle Ban across Cape Cod.
An argument can certainly be made that aerial drones could enhance the town’s public safety departments response during emergencies.
As readers of the Enterprise and most specifically the “Local Hook” fishing report are aware, there have been a lot of large striped bass taken from the canal in the last w…
As a quick FYI about the proposed library renovation project that will be included in the fall Town Meeting, the library trustees have been working diligently with our arch…
On Friday, August 2, the Sandwich Enterprise recounted a historic event, the issue of adding a local options meals tax. (See the section, “A Look Back.”) Town Meeting passe…
Early this Sunday morning, more than 4,000 cyclists, including eight of your Sandwich neighbors, will make the journey from the Mass Maritime Academy to Provincetown as par…
State Representative Randy Hunt recently announced that he will not be seeking reelection to a sixth term to represent the 5th Barnstable district on Beacon Hill. Represent…
On June 26 the Sandwich Zoning Board of Appeals set the following precedent from this day forward: If a big business enterprise has two acres of land within the Old Kings H…
It’s been almost three months since selectmen promised residents that if voters supported a plan to convert the former Santander Bank building into a new municipal office b…
You don’t know me, but we are very much alike.
Massachusetts author and activist Maureen Cavanagh sent the Enterprise a letter this week titled “An Open Letter To The Mother Of A Child Addicted To Heroin.” She timed the…
- Support Plastic Bottle Ban - Letter
- Share Garden's Bounty With The Pantry - Editorial
- Shame On You, Sandwich - Letter
- Pay Attention To Cyber Security - Editorial
- An Artful Lesson In Climate Change? - Editorial
- A Regrettable Parking Meters Plan - Letter
- A Town Without Fairness - Letter
- Commencement Advice Worth Heeding - Editorial
- A Bogus Plan For Parking Meters - Letter
- What Others Say: A Big Increase In Traffic
- When Old Becomes New Again - Editorial
- The Cost Of Living In Sandwich - Letter
- Making The Bike Trail A Reality - Editorial
- Amend Marine Mammal Act - Letter
- One Town Hall, Two Names - Letter
- Make Sandwich Younger Again- Letter
- This Is The Same Use, Heritage - Letter
- Heritage's Quick-Step Dance - Letter
- You Be The Judge - Letter
- Lock Them Up - Editorial
- Make Private Homes Eligible For CPA Funds - Editorial
- PMC Kids Ride A Success - Letter
- An Important Distinction - Editorial
- Let’s Try This Again - Letter
- What's Next For Sandwich? - Letter
- Last Week's Election By The Numbers - Editorial
- The President And The Tribe - Editorial
- Heritage Illegal Aerial Park...Again? - Letter
- Thank You, Mr. O'Brien - Editorial
- Heritage Finds A Loophole - Letter