Supreme Court Limits EPA in Curbing Power Plant Emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - In a blow to the fight against climate change, the Supreme Court has limited how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can … [Read more...]

Massachusetts House Approves Bill to Protect Abortion Access

BOSTON (AP) - The Massachusetts House of Representatives has approved a bill that aims to protect abortion providers and people seeking abortions from … [Read more...]

Barnstable County Looking to Lead in Flood Mitigation Efforts

HYANNIS - With coastal Cape Cod on what experts call the frontlines of climate change, Barnstable County officials are working on ways to mitigate … [Read more...]

Researchers Caution Beachgoers Ahead of White Shark Season

BOSTON (AP) — Great White shark researchers on Cape Cod are reminding visitors that warmer weather signals not just the start of the busy tourist … [Read more...]

Study: Earlier Spring Means More Right Whales in Cape Cod Waters

BOSTON - A new study from the New England Aquarium shows that North Atlantic right whales spent more time in waters by Cape Cod the earlier that … [Read more...]

Baker Awards $7 Million for COVID Vaccine Equity

HYANNIS - Governor Charlie Baker has announced $7 million for organizations across the region helping to expand access to COVID-19 vaccines. The … [Read more...]

Volunteers Needed for Yarmouth Meals on Wheels Services

YARMOUTH - Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands is seeking volunteers to assist with their meal distribution programs in Yarmouth. Drivers … [Read more...]

FDA Advisers Recommend Updating COVID Booster Shots for Fall

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - Advisers to the U.S. government are recommending that COVID-19 booster shots used this fall be modified to better match more … [Read more...]

Falmouth Select Board Votes to Remove Julian Suso as Town Manager

FALMOUTH - The Falmouth select board has moved ahead with the removal of Julian Suso from the town manager position after a vote on … [Read more...]

Whale Entanglements Drop, but Remain Major Threat, Feds Say

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The federal government says the number of whales entangled in fishing gear has declined recently, but the entanglements remain … [Read more...]



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