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Two-Car Crash Ties Up Traffic On Sandwich Road Along Canal

A two-car crash at the intersection of Longboat Road and Sandwich Road along the canal in Bourne at 4:21 PM on Friday, September 22, was not serious, according to Bourne Deputy Fire Chief Joseph J. Carrara, but it "really tied up traffic," he said. After three people were taken to area hospitals wit

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-23 13:51:00

Jose Brings Scattered Outages And Not Much Else To Sandwich

Despite lingering longer than expected off the coast of Cape Cod, Tropical Storm Jose posed little more than an annoyance for Sandwich by sunset Thursday, September 21. Wind started picking up Tuesday night, September 19. On Wednesday, September 20, some downed branches on Quaker Meetinghouse Road c

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-22 18:30:00

Sex Offender Indicted For Failing To Register In Sandwich

A former Sandwich resident was indicted by a grand jury last Friday, September 15, on a charge of failing to register as a sex offender. Shaun P. McAllister, 35, current address unknown, was arrested in Sandwich in July. Police said that while he was registered as homeless in Hyannis, he was consist

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-22 17:00:00

Field hockey loses 5-0 to Sandwich

(Sept. 21, 2017) The varsity field hockey met its match last Thursday, playing in an out-of-conference game against Div. 1 Sandwich at home. The Whalers lost 5-0, but were able hang with the Blue Knights for stretches of the game. Nantucket (1-2, 1-0 Cape & Islands League) kept things close in the f

INQUIRER AND MIRROR - 2017-09-22 20:47:22

Snyder's Sandwich: Local family can use help and prayers

The Gilfoy Family is facing a tough situation right now and is in need of some help. Beth Gilfoy has recently been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer. She has been able to find a great team of doctors at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and will be starting chemotherapy this week. This will

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-22 16:46:59

Sandwich Selectmen Vote To Keep, And Keep Tabs On, Tourism Board

The Visitors Services Board can continue to exist as an autonomous entity, but the board of selectmen and the town manager's office will be monitoring its activities. That was the unanimous decision of the selectmen after discussing the matter at their last two meetings. They had been considering el

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-22 18:30:00

Sandwich Domino's Employees To Receive Sensitivity Training After Incident With Autistic Customer

After employees at the Domino's Pizza in Sandwich made disparaging remarks about a customer on the autism spectrum, the owner of the franchise is taking steps to ensure that incidents like that will no longer occur in his restaurants. Last Friday, Erin J. Morgan, a direct care worker for Southeaster

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-22 18:30:00

Overdose Vigil Held on Hyannis Village Green

HYANNIS - Dozens gathered last night for a candlelight vigil on the Hyannis Village Green. The annual event is organized by Parents Supporting Parents, an organization that helps assist those with children dealing with drug-related issues. The outdoor program drew parents, community members, recover

CAPECOD.COM - 2017-09-24 09:37:56

Cape Cod weather: Dense Fog Advisory in effect

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. this morning when it is expected to clear up and we'll finally see some sunshine. It will be partly sunny for the remainder of the day with a high of 72 and low of 61. Monday looks to be similar with it warming up to a high of 74. Here's a closer look a

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-09-24 12:46:41

Seabirds Rescued After Storm Beats Them Up And Blows Them To Shore

While Tropical Storm Jose held the Cape and islands in its grip day after day the week of September 17, and residents reported downed limbs and power lines, another scenario was playing out for exhausted seabirds blown into shore by the strong winds. "We have had 11 admissions of gannets and three o

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-24 15:47:00

Seaweeds Subject Of Garden Club Meeting Talk

Gilbert D. Newton, a Cape Cod native and author, will present "Seaweeds of the Cape Cod Shore" at the next meeting of the Falmouth Garden Club on Monday, October 2, at the First Congregational Church on the Falmouth Village Green. The meeting is in the fellowship hall. Mr. Newton has taught environm

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-09-24 13:55:00

Wampanoag Tribe members create song to raise awareness about the growing opioid epidemic

MASHPEE - Three young members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe are using the power of rap to fight drugs and drug dealing in their tribe. Their song "Flippin" plays on "flipping bags," street slang for selling heroin, said Morgan James Peters, professionally known as "Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor," who

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-09-25 03:36:11

Emergency personnel respond to accident causing serious injury on Cranberry Highway

WAREHAM - Onset Fire Dept. personnel and Wareham police responded to an accident involving a motorcycle in the vicinity of Wendy's at 3025 Cranberry Highway at about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, causing serious injury, according to emergency broadcast reports. A MedFlight was requested. WAREHAM - Onset Fire De

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-25 00:39:33

Mashpee Selectmen Removes Affordable Housing Initiative from Town Meeting Warrant

Mashpee Selectman Andrew Gottlieb. MASHPEE - The Mashpee Board of Selectmen voted recently to remove a proposed affordable housing initiative from the fall Town Meeting warrant. The Mashpee Housing Authority proposal called for using almost $400,000 in Community Preservation funds to purchase availa

CAPECOD.COM - 2017-09-25 09:29:32

Town of Barnstable Hosting Flu Vaccination Clinics

BARNSTABLE - The Town of Barnstable's Public Health Division is holding two flu clinics at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church Community Center in Centerville. Consent forms are available at the Barnstable Public Health Division Office and the Barnstable Senior Center. The clinics will run from 9 a

CAPECOD.COM - 2017-09-25 09:00:08

Wellfleet veteran receives France's highest honor

WELLFLEET - 1944 was an eventful year for young Evarts Erickson. The Connecticut native landed in Anzio in January as the Italian campaign of World War II raged. A U.S. Army infantryman, he waded ashore through a minefield. "Someone next to me blew up," Erickson, who will turn 93 next week, said fro

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-09-24 22:34:34

What will dredging do for Wareham?

WAREHAM - As the community gears up for fall Town Meeting and a new 10-year Master Plan, the topic of dredging - or removing layers of sand and silt that have built up in navigational channels and make it difficult for boats to get through - has come up several times. Wareham's Planning Department,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-25 12:19:00

Last chance to get your Scallop Fest on in 2017

E. FALMOUTH - It's the last chance to enjoy the 48th Annual Cape Cod Scallop Fest today at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds, 120 Nathan Ellis Highway (Route 151), East Falmouth. The Fest will be open until 6 p.m. tonight. The event has been awarded a "Top 100" Event in North America" designation six times,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-24 17:45:43

Renowned author, ecologist to speak in Yarmouth Port

Carl Safina's easy manner as a speaker can bring the listener up short when he dives very quickly into the heart of the matter. How do humans celebrate the ability of an octopus to use tools and recognize human faces? "Mostly boiled," Safina, an ecologist and MacArthur Fellow, says matter-of-factly.

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-09-24 23:05:00

Program eases return of Bourne students from medical leave

School district first on Cape to try system at middle school level. BOURNE - From a child's perspective, the challenges of returning to school after a medical leave can seem almost insurmountable. Youngsters hospitalized for depression or anxiety may feel they will never catch up in math or other st

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-09-24 23:29:35