Blood In The Urine Can Be Alarming

HYANNIS - It’s amazing how the comment from a healthcare provider, “You need further testing” can put us in a tailspin of fear. It may be because we … [Read more...]

Vineyard Wind Hearing Planned at Barnstable High School

HYANNIS – The Massachusetts’ Energy Facilities Siting Board is holding a public hearing next week for the proposed Vineyard Wind offshore wind … [Read more...]

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Massie Plans Chatham Visit

CHATHAM – One of the Democrats looking to challenge Gov. Charlie Baker in November will be on Cape Cod next weekend. Bob Massie will appear at the … [Read more...]

LEGO Home-Building Competition Returns This Weekend

  HYANNIS - The 5th annual children’s LEGO Home-Building Competition will be held Sunday at Mashpee High School.  The popular event is … [Read more...]

Yarmouth Chamber Hosting Candidates Night Ahead of Town Election

YARMOUTH – The Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce is hosting a candidates night next week ahead of town election next month. The organization says the … [Read more...]

Dennis Town Meeting Voters to Decide on Beach Monitor Money

DENNIS - Dennis town officials are currently debating how many new monitors to hire that will be tasked with patrolling beaches this coming summer … [Read more...]

Progress Being Made on New Hyannis Fire Department Headquarters

HYANNIS - The Hyannis Fire Department has been waiting in anticipation for their new fire station since construction began during the … [Read more...]

WHOI Receives $35 Million Award to Study Twilight Zone

WOODS HOLE - The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution was recently awarded $35 million – the largest gift in the organization’s history. The award … [Read more...]

Local Organizations Recognized for Excellence in Commuter Options

BOSTON - Four local organizations and businesses were recognized by the Baker-Polito Administration for their work to improve air quality and decrease … [Read more...]

Mashpee Commons“Master Plan Week” Set For May

MASHPEE - The future growth of Mashpee Commons is going to be on the table next month, and officials with the Commons want your feedback as to how … [Read more...]


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