Pilgrim Nuclear Plant’s Decommissioning Plans Presented to the Public

PLYMOUTH - A decommissioning roadmap for the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station was presented to the public Tuesday night in Plymouth during a Nuclear … [Read more...]

Sandwich Seeks to Fund Operating Budget Without New Canal Plant Funds

SANDWICH - A new revenue source in Sandwich will bring the town an additional $3.5 million this year, but town officials are trying to develop an … [Read more...]

Sandwich Selectmen, Council on Aging Spar Over Old Bank Building

SANDWICH - A debate continues in Sandwich over the use of an old bank building that town officials are looking to purchase. Selectmen and town … [Read more...]

Partial Government Shutdown Impacting Cape Cod Personnel

WOODS HOLE - The partial government shutdown is having an impact on the Coast Guard and other military personnel on Cape Cod this week. With … [Read more...]

Pot Business Challenging Ban Bylaws in Bourne, Brewster

HYANNIS - Lawsuits have been filed against two Cape Cod communities by a business seeking to open recreational marijuana facilities. The Haven … [Read more...]

New Task Force Supports Efforts to Maximize Shellfish Success

BOSTON - The Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton is partnering with shellfish stakeholders to … [Read more...]

Falmouth Selectmen Approve New Housing Production Plan

FALMOUTH - A new housing production plan for the town of Falmouth was approved unanimously last month by the town’s board of selectmen. Work began … [Read more...]

Mass. Maritime’s T.S. Kennedy Sets Sail For Caribbean

BUZZARDS BAY - As part of their 2019 Sea Term, cadets from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Bourne have embarked to the Caribbean aboard … [Read more...]

CCCF Changes Name to Barnstable Charitable Foundation, Outlines Mission for 2019

BARNSTABLE – A former charitable organization that had dissolved at the end of 2018 is back with a new name and new look in 2019. Formerly known as … [Read more...]

Woods Hole Researchers Find Deep Pacific Ocean Temperatures Cooling

WOODS HOLE - The water of the deep Pacific Ocean last saw sunlight between the 9th and 12th centuries when the earth’s climate was generally warmer … [Read more...]

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