Harwich Officials Offer Recommendations for Opioid Funding

HARWICH - Officials in Harwich have offered their recommendations for the use of opioid settlement funding. The money stems from a $26 billion … [Read more...]

Sheriff Buckley Closes First Month with Focus on Mental Health

BUZZARDS BAY - With ending Barnstable County’s agreement with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, getting the department’s patrol boat out of … [Read more...]

Provincetown Issues Reminder: Check for Burst, Leaking Pipes

PROVINCETOWN - Provincetown officials are reminding residents and property owners to check for pipes that may have burst or leaked following this past … [Read more...]

Stronger Enforcement of Leash Law Expected in Falmouth

FALMOUTH - Falmouth officials have decided to support stronger enforcement of dog-owners complying with the town's leash law.  Director of … [Read more...]

Water Quality Dominates Barnstable County ARPA Spending

HYANNIS - The Cape’s declining water quality dominated Barnstable County’s recently-approved ARPA allocations of $12.8 million.  The largest … [Read more...]

Behavioral Health Center Established in Hyannis

HYANNIS - A community behavioral health center has been established in Hyannis. Bay Cove Human Services' new center on Camp Street will provide … [Read more...]

Falmouth Officials Consider Challenges for Next Police Chief

FALMOUTH - Falmouth officials recently discussed community policing as they considered the challenges they hope the town's next Chief of Police will … [Read more...]

HAC Partnership Focuses on Resident Outreach

HYANNIS - To help boost affordable housing for the Cape Cod and Islands region, Housing Assistance Corporation and Leadership Cape Cod are starting an … [Read more...]

Severe Cold, High Winds Impacted Weekend Steamship Service

FALMOUTH - Steamship Authority service was impacted over the weekend due to high winds and mechanical issues brought on by severe cold.  The … [Read more...]

Local Officials Urge More State Funding if Title 5 Changes Move Ahead

HYANNIS - The Barnstable County Commissioners have sent a letter to the state saying that while they support the goals of their proposed Title 5 … [Read more...]



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