Video report: Oil truck rollover reported in BrewsterBrewster, MA
Camaro Hits Fishing Charter Business, LosesMotoriousFalmouth, MA
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BREWSTER – An oil truck reportedly overturned in Brewster sometime after 7:30 PM Friday evening. The incident happened on Long Pond Road (Route 137) at Old Long Pond Road. Officials from both Brewster and Harwich were on the scene. State hazardous materials technicians were called to the scene a significant quantity of oil was reported leaking from the Cape Cod Oil home heating oil delivery tanker. Firefighters extricated the driver from the wreckage who was transported to Cape Cod Hospital with unknown injuries. Route 137 in the area will likely remained closed for an extended time while cleanup is underway. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
The running joke is that Mustangs are naturally attracted to crowds of people, but it’s not like the Camaro’s image is completely untarnished. We’ve covered quite a few incidents of the Chevy muscle car being crashed into inanimate objects like a pond or a traffic control box. Here’s another one, a Camaro which face-planted into a fishing charter building on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
YARMOUTH – A Somerville attorney was arrested by the FBI in Yarmouth Friday on charges that he engaged in a scheme to bribe the Medford Chief of Police. Sean O’Donovan, 54, was indicted on two counts of honest services wire fraud and one count of bribery concerning programs receiving federal funds. O’Donovan will make an initial appearance in federal court in Boston this afternoon.
*** WATCH *** EXTREMELY UPSETTING SCENE FOR TWO FAMILIES: TWO WOMEN BITTEN, ONE DOG IN CUSTODY, ANOTHER DOG INJURED…
HYANNIS – [DEVELOPING] – Two women were bitten by a dog and transported to Cape Cod Hospital with injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening last evening – Thursday, June 23, 2022. Barnstable Police and Hyannis Rescue responded to the corner of Washington Ave and Birch...
In Suzanne Brock's eyes, the majority of Americans only get half the truth about abortion. "A lot of the news that you get when people talk about abortion, particularly people against it, they make it sound like it’s a whimsical kind of a decision that people make," Brock said.
Casey Sherman joins Sunday Journal this week for a longer interview on his new book “Helltown: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer on Cape Cod.” Sherman provides a deep dive into the story of the killer Tony Costa—a charming man responsible for the murders of several young women on the Outer Cape—as well as how famed local writers Kurt Vonnegut and Norman Mailer both set out on their own investigations. The true crime novel will be on sale July 12, with several local signing appearances by Sherman beginning July 2 at Yellow Umbrella Books in Chatham as well as elsewhere throughout the month.
"It's easy to get upset about other people's driving, and if it's bad enough, you can always report it to the Police." A case of road rage allegedly ended in a physical altercation earlier this week. Daniel Kenney, from Plymouth, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon...
Nothing says summer fun like a stroll along a boardwalk. Here's a selection of boardwalks with beautiful views, great food, arcade games, and more. New England summers bring plenty of boardwalk fun. Some seaside pathways offer shops, restaurants, music, and carnival rides, while others are simply an escape into nature.
MASHPEE – No injuries were reported after a front end loader reportedly overturned at a job site in Mashpee. It happened about 4 PM off Nathan Ellis Highway (Route 151) at a job site by Andy’s Market. Firefighters mitigated a fluid spill. The incident is under investigation. Further details were not immediately available.
HARWICH – Harwich firefighters were called to a brush fire off shortly before 11 AM Friday off Queen Anne Road at the town disposal station near the solar panel farm. It was estimated about 3/4 of an acre was burning as crews worked to douse the flames. The solar panels did not appear to be involved in the fire. A Brewster forestry unit assisted at the scene.
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On June 22, Tisbury’s select board voted unanimously to write a letter of endorsement for a Beach Street and Beach Street Extension Drainage project headed up by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT). The board learned MassDOT plans to execute the project in two parts and one of those parts remains in a study phase.
*** WATCH *** TANKER ROLLOVER… LARGE OIL SPILL… DRIVER EXTRICATED, TRANSPORTED TO CCH… HAZMAT CLEANUP UNDERWAY
BREWSTER – A home heating oil truck overturned on Route 137 near the intersection with Old Long Pond Road this evening at around 7:40 p.m. The driver was entrapped for a period of time and needed to be extricated from … Continue reading → The post *** WATCH *** TANKER ROLLOVER… LARGE OIL SPILL… DRIVER EXTRICATED, TRANSPORTED TO CCH… HAZMAT CLEANUP UNDERWAY first appeared on Hyannis News - News & Information for Hyannis Cape Cod.
BOSTON — A Somerville attorney is facing charges after he tried to bribe a Massachusetts police chief in order to secure approval for a marijuana dispensary, the FBI said Friday. Sean O'Donovan was taken into custody in West Yarmouth, officials said. According to the indictment, a client approached O'Donovan...
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The building that houses Phillips Hardware has sold. Owners Susan Phillips and Donna Leon sold their building to an LLC belonging to Bob and Donna Pacheco, who own Reliable Market. Phillips said the deal will allow her and her sister to run the hardware store for another three years. Phillips...
Cape Codders who support abortion rights are reacting with sadness and anger to news that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. The ruling immediately triggered protest plans. Rallies are planned for the Hyannis Airport Rotary at 1 p.m. and the Falmouth Village Green at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday...
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Memorial Wharf parking lot is slated to be paved in the beginning of next week, as the town puts all efforts into finalizing the already much-delayed renovation project. The paving will commence Monday and go through Tuesday, according to a notification from Town Administrator James Hagerty. Additionally, the Chappy Ferry...
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Preceding delving into agenda items at their Thursday meeting, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission took some time to discuss how to more efficiently use allotted meeting time. Commission chair Joan Malkin addressed the “backlog” of DRIs (developments of regional impact) submitted to the commission for assessment and deliberation. Commissioner Fred Hancock agreed, and said that due to “overstuffed agenda[s],” the commission “end[s] up late in the night trying to do stuff we really shouldn’t be doing.”