Falmouth Fire Station Implementing New Staffing and Deployment Model

FALMOUTH – The Falmouth Fire/Recuse Department has implemented a new staffing and deployment model that increased staffing from 10 to 14 … [Read more...]

No Cape and Islands COVID-19 Deaths for 3rd Straight Day

BOSTON-The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) reported Thursday that for the third consecutive day, Cape Cod and the Islands had no … [Read more...]

State Scales Back Contact Tracing Effort

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts has drastically scaled back its ambitious, statewide contract tracing effort to prevent spread of the … [Read more...]

Layoffs Stuck at High Level as 1.3 Million Seek Jobless Aid

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, a historically high pace that shows that many employers … [Read more...]

Supreme Court Says Congress Can’t Get Trump Records, For Now

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has kept a hold on President Donald Trump’s financial records that Congress has been seeking for more than a … [Read more...]

Falmouth Officials Consider Opening up More Beach Parking

FALMOUTH – The Select Board in Falmouth is considering opening up more beach parking. Board member Samuel Patterson suggested that parking could be … [Read more...]

Hunt Endorses Xiarhos for 5th Barnstable District Seat

SANDWICH - State Representative Randy Hunt has announced that he is backing Republican candidate Steve Xiarhos to succeed him in office as the next … [Read more...]

Deadline Approaching for Recovery and Resilience Projects

HYANNIS - The Cape Cod Commission is reminding government and nonprofit agencies that the deadline for proposals regarding coronavirus recovery and … [Read more...]

State Issues Guidance for Youth and Adult Amateur Sports

HYANNIS – Sector-specific rules to implement COVID-19 safety measures for organized youth and adult amateur sports activities have been issued by the … [Read more...]

Cape Cod Association Awards Scholarships to Over 300 Students

SOUTH YARMOUTH - Over $440,000 in scholarship grants have been given to 323 students on the Cape and Islands by the Cape Cod Association. The … [Read more...]



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