Construction Crew Discovers Likely Native American Burial Ground in Chatham

CHATHAM - A pool construction crew uncovered what appears to be a section of a Native American burial ground in Chatham Thursday. Workers with … [Read more...]

State Cranberry Crop Expected to Decrease Slightly in 2017

PLYMPTON - The 2017 cranberry harvest in Massachusetts is expected to fall slightly from last year. A USDA review of the state’s largest cash crop … [Read more...]

Growing Number of Right Whale Deaths Concern Cape Cod Researchers

PROVINCETOWN - Researchers at the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown are increasingly concerned about the number of right whales that … [Read more...]

Listen Up! Here Are Some Tips on Swimmer’s Ear

HYANNIS - There’s nothing like a quick dip to beat the heat, but your summer memories will be a lot sunnier if you can avoid swimmer’s … [Read more...]

‘Spectacular’ Autumn Foliage is Forecast for New England

BOSTON (AP) — New England's fall foliage forecast is looking so fine it's enough to make a maple leaf blush. For the first time in several years, … [Read more...]

New Asst. Superintendent Approved for D-Y District

YARMOUTH - The Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School Committee approved Kenneth Jenks as the new Assistant Superintendent for the district at their meeting … [Read more...]

Keating: U.S. and Europe United in Wake of Spain Attacks

WASHINGTON - Congressman William Keating says the United States stands with Europe in the wake of Thursday’s terrorist attacks in Spain. In a … [Read more...]

The Cape Cod Morning News – August 18th, 2017

The Cape Cod Morning News on WFCC 107.5 FM, hosted by news veteran Matt Pitta, is the region’s most comprehensive home for local news, weather, … [Read more...]

Concerns from Neighbors Put Proposed Bicycle Project in Falmouth on Hold

FALMOUTH - Plans for a bicycle path that connects East Falmouth with Trotting Park have come to a halt. Concerns from neighbors and public … [Read more...]

Big Nick’s Ride Raises $60K

YARMOUTH - The annual motorcycle ride which honors Cape Codders who have died serving our country since 9/11 raised more than $60,000 for local … [Read more...]


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