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Box truck fire prompts evacuation in Hyannis neighborhood

HYANNIS – A Fully involved box truck fire prompted the evacuation of at least one home in a Hyannis neighborhood. The fire broke out about 2:45 PM on Crooked Pond Road. Hyannis firefighters worked to keep the flames from spreading to a house about 15 feet away. No injuries were reported. Further details were not immediately available.
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*** WATCH *** Typical Hyannis Sunday evening… but nothing Major…

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HN NOTES – [DEVELOPING] – Thursday evening HN learned of an awful stabbing in the Town of Bourne. HN monitors all emergency radio traffic in the region and was particularly alarmed to hear – as you will also hear in the following HN Audio – that a person was in grave condition after being stabbed in the face at an address on Wallace Ave in Buzzard’s Bay (Bourne). HN was unable to respond to the call but the chilling emergency call remained on my mind for the duration of Thursday evening into Friday morning. And I was unable to find out more details prior to going off duty yesterday morning…

*** WATCH *** HYANNIS MARINE RESCUE: All six squid fishermen safe after vessel takes on water…

HYANNIS – Six souls out fishing for squid were very happy and relieved to make it back to the dock safe and sound after their boat began taking on water last evening. Hyannis Fire Department launched its rescue boat to intercept the sinking vessel. (Barnstable Police also responded to assist…) The Grady-White pleasure boat managed to make it back to the Lewis Bay Boat Ramp (aka Gary R. Brown Boat Ramp).

William Delmer 'Will' Leishman (1974 - 2022)

It is with a heavy heart and sad soul to report the passing of Will Leishman on April 25, 2022 at Alliance, NE. He will always be in our thoughts and memories, gone but never forgotten. William Delmer “Will” Leishman was born March 6, 1974. Will started early life growing...

WNCC to host public listening tour in Hyannis

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - Western Nebraska Community College Interim President John Marrin is leading a series of public listening sessions this spring. WNCC will visit all 13 counties in its service area, which consists of the Nebraska Panhandle. The listening session in Grant County is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1 from...

HN PHOTOS: Early morning rescue… baby possibly not breathing…

HYANNIS – The report came in around 3:00 a.m. for a one-and-a-half year old having trouble breathing… and possibly currently not breathing, according to a radio transmission from police dispatch. HN was in the area and witnessed a Barnstable Patrolman … Continue reading → The post HN PHOTOS: Early morning rescue… baby possibly not breathing… first appeared on Hyannis News - News & Information for Hyannis Cape Cod.

Grant Co. Sheriff investigates vehicle fire near Hyannis

At approximately 3:04 a.m. on May 11, the Sandhills Fire Protection District and Grant County Sheriff's Office were called to Highway 61, near Hyannis for a car fire. "Investigation disclosed a 33-year-old Rapid City, South Dakota man was traveling south on Hwy 61," Grant County Sheriff Mike Rath said. "He became distracted and left the roadway getting stuck in the sand. While attempting to get out, the over-heated exhaust system started the grass on fire."

Updated CapeFLYER Schedule Announced

HYANNIS – The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority has released an updated CapeFLYER train schedule ahead of the summer season. The new schedule is headlined by a later Friday evening departure with an 8:20 p.m. arrival in Hyannis. The CCRTA explained that this change was made to provide more time for workers in Boston to catch the train, while also allowing for passengers to hop aboard the last Nantucket boat of the evening at 8:40 p.m.
North Platte Post

Non-life-threatening-injuries following semi rollover south of Hyannis

At approximately 7:03 a.m. on May 8, the Grant County Sheriff's Office was called to a hazmat semi rollover on Highway 61, south of Hyannis. "After being extracted from the vehicle, the driver, a 64-year-old man from the North Platte area, was determined not to have life threatening injuries," Grant County Sheriff Mike Rath said.

HN PHOTOS: 45-year-old woman transported to CCH after struck by car on Main Street…

HYANNIS – A 45-year-old woman was reportedly stepping off the sidewalk between cars to cross Main Street in the West End late Sunday afternoon when she was struck by a car. The low, late day sun may have effected the driver’s visibility, according to sources on scene. The vehicle did manage to brake, but there was contact, knocking the woman to the ground, according to sources. The patient reportedly did not lose consciousness and was able to stand up as first responders arrived on scene. She was transported to Cape Cod Hospital for evaluation for possible injuries not believed to life-threatening.