CapeCod.com’s Top 5 News Stories This Week

HYANNIS – The Town of Barnstable facing its second lawsuit in a year from the Conservation Law Foundation, Barnstable County Fair offering donations to nonprofits that staff their parking lots, and Provincetown’s Select Board voting no action on a modified carnival parade were among the most read stories from the CapeCod.com NewsCenter this week. 

The return of cadets from their journey aboard the training ship Kennedy and how different towns will celebrate the Fourth of July were also among the most-read stories. 

Here are the top five most-read stories from this week:

  1. Barnstable Faces Second Lawsuit from Environmental Organization
  2. Barnstable County Fair Offering Nonprofit Donations for Parking Lot Staffers
  3. Provincetown Select Board Votes No Action On Modified Carnival Parade
  4. Lt. Gov. Polito to Welcome Training Ship Home
  5. Chatham and Orleans Outline Fourth of July Celebrations
About Grady Culhane

Grady Culhane is a Cape Cod native currently living in Eastham. He studied media communications at Cape Cod Community College and joined the CapeCod.com News Center in 2019.



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