Cape Wide News- Week in review with Matt Pitta

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Free Tax Preparation Offered at Community College

WEST BARNSTABLE - From now until April 17th, both faculty and students of Cape Cod Community College’s Business Program are offering free tax … [Read more...]

Careers In Insurance Can Begin At Cape Cod Community College

WEST BARNSTABLE - More than 700 people on Cape Cod are employed at one of the areas 130 insurance agency locations.  As more and more baby- … [Read more...]

4Cs Students Participating in Annual Regional Theater Festival

WEST BARNSTABLE - Students from Cape Cod Community College are participating in this week’s 50th annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre … [Read more...]

UPDATED: Black ice likely factor in series of morning crashes

CAPE COD - Black ice may have been responsible for a series of crashes Wednesday morning causing local PDs to urge motorists to use extreme … [Read more...]

4Cs Seeks Public Input as Part of Reaccreditation Process

WEST BARNSTABLE - Cape Cod Community College is going through the reaccreditation process this spring and is seeking feedback from the … [Read more...]

Strong storms cause street flooding, bring tree down on building in West Barnstable

CAPE COD - A line of strong storms that prompted a severe thunderstorm warning caused street flooding in parts of the Cape Tuesday afternoon including … [Read more...]

Crashes slows evening commute on Route 6 in Barnstable

BARNSTABLE - A two-vehicle crash slowed the evening commute along Route 6 in Barnstable. The crash happened eastbound on the overpass of Route 132. … [Read more...]

One injured in West Barnstable head-on Monday evening

WEST BARNSTBLE - One person was injured in this head-on crash between a Ford Econoline work van and an Audi sedan. The crash happened on Main Street … [Read more...]

Early morning crash on Route 6 slows traffic in West Barnstable

BARNSTABLE - Firefighters responded to this single-vehicle crash on Route 6 eastbound at Exit 6 about 4:45 AM Wednesday. Three people were transported … [Read more...]


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