Sunday Journal – Brewster Ponds Septic

The Brewster Ponds Coalition is planning to host a forum in the future of sewers and wastewater on Cape Cod and how it effects our water quality. The … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Dolphin Strandings

The International Fund for Animal Welfare has been responding to dozens of dolphin strandings since the beginning of the year. Many have been rescued … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Red Cross Heroes

The Cape Cod Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its annual Heroes Breakfast next month in Hyannis. The event recognizes men and woman who … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Barnstable Little League

The Barnstable Little League is gearing up for another big season. And this year, it will be even more special. The league has just completed a … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Pot Of Gold

The Cape Cod Military Support Foundation raises money members of the military who work on Cape Cod and have troubling making ends meet. The salaries … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Jung – Ho Pak

Jung Ho Pak is one of the most popular conductors in the history of the Cape Symphony. This month, he signed a 5-year contract extension to stay on … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Teen Dating Violence

Independence House in Hyannis is holding a music competition in March to raise awareness about teen dating violence. The issue is more pervasive that … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Ray Tamasi- Fentanyl

Ray Tamasi with Gosnold of Cape Cod joins the program to talk about increasing concern about Fentanyl. The drug is gaining favor among users and is … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – STEM Journey

The annual Cape Cod STEM event that highlights the needs for more education in the areas of science, technology and math will take place in April. … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Seaside Lemans

The Davenport Companies is again gearing up for the annual Seaside LeMans in September, known as the Race for the Cape Cod Community. The F1 cart race … [Read more...]