Vestal Street closed for sewer workThe Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
Missing island man found at Jared Coffin houseThe Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
Critically-endangered right whales spotted east of NantucketThe Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
Nantucket Science Festival March 16The Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
Boys hockey earns two-seed in state tournamentThe Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
18-Y-O TRANSPORTED AFTER TWO CAR CRASH ON 132 [HN PHOTOS]
HYANNIS, MASSACHUSETTS – [HN PHOTO NOTES] – Police and firefighters responded to a two-vehicle crash on Route 132 in the vicinity of the Tiki Port Restaurant this afternoon, around 4:00 p.m. An elderly male driver was evaluated but not transported. An 18-year-old male driver was standing while speaking...
31 critically endangered right whales seen off Massachusetts
BOSTON - New England Aquarium scientists recently spotted a large number of North Atlantic right whales off the coast of Massachusetts and are urging boats in the area to slow down to protect the critically endangered species.An aerial survey flight on Feb. 20 recorded a total of 31 right whales in shipping lanes east of Nantucket. One group was about 35 miles east of the island and the other was seen 20 miles east of Chatham. There are estimated to be fewer than 360 right whales left on the planet."Unusual" sighting of right whales in winterThe researchers weren't expecting to see...
Hot dogs to steaks: What a new Cape Cod restaurant merger means for six eateries involved
The owners who merged six Cape Cod food businesses this month say they want big-company benefits for their 200-plus employees while keeping the small-town feel for which Cape Cod restaurants are known. “A lot of people feel like it’s (hospitality/food service) a dead-end job. Here, at Coastal Hospitality, part of...
Discover Chatham: A Journey through its Top 4 Pizzas
Welcome to this article where we will be exploring four outstanding pizzerias in Chatham. Have you had the chance to taste the pizza at any of these places? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below!
State Officials Announce Over $16 Million To Train Health Care Workforce
CHATHAM – State officials were on-site at Broad Reach Healthcare in North Chatham to announce $16.3 million in Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund Grants to address the state’s high demand for Health Care and Behavioral Health Workers. Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Lauren Jones announced the award, which will be dispersed to nine organizations to […] The post State Officials Announce Over $16 Million To Train Health Care Workforce appeared first on CapeCod.com.
South Yarmouth Man Faces Charges After Late-Night Vehicle Fire in Yarmouth
A man from South Yarmouth found himself handcuffed and slapped with several charges following a late-night car blaze in Yarmouth. Arthur Garabrant III, 42, is staring down allegations of reckless driving after his vehicle was discovered fully engulfed in a fiery spectacle, according to officials. Responding to a distressing 911...
10 most expensive homes sold on Cape Cod, Feb. 18-24
A house in Orleans that sold for $2.6 million tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales on Cape Cod in the past week. In total, 39 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $738,692. The average price per square foot ended up at $473.
Kennedy, Swift, Lively, Reynolds: Celebrity-magnet Cape Cod ice cream shop for sale
Doug Warren grew up playing in a backroom of Four Seas Ice Cream in Centerville as his mother made sandwiches in one room and his father prepared ice cream in another. "That way, they could see me and keep an eye on me," said Warren. Warren and his wife, Peggy,...
Man who set himself on fire outside Israeli Embassy attended Nauset Schools
EASTHAM – A man who set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC on Sunday while avowing he would no longer be complicit in genocide went to school on Cape Cod. The Nauset Public Schools issued a statement confirming Aaron Bushnell, 25, of San Antonio who was an active member of the […] The post Man who set himself on fire outside Israeli Embassy attended Nauset Schools appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Firefighters douse car fire on Route 6 in Barnstable, Harwich
BARNSTABLE – Firefighters were called to a vehicle fire on Route 6 in Barnstable sometime after 4 PM Monday. The fire was reported westbound just beyond the Mary Dunn Road overpass between Willow Street and Route 132. No injuries were reported. Traffic was backed up while the fire was extinguished. Earlier Harwich firefighters extinguished a […] The post Firefighters douse car fire on Route 6 in Barnstable, Harwich appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Two people evaluated after Route 6 ramp crash in Dennis
DENNIS – Two people were evaluated after a crash in Dennis. The crash happened shortly after 11 AM Sunday on the Exit 78A eastbound ramp from Route 6 to Route 134. Traffic was tied up on the ramp while the scene was worked. Mass State Police are investigating the cause of the crash. The post Two people evaluated after Route 6 ramp crash in Dennis appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Today the gas price is close to $3.21 in Chatham as of 2024-02-25. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
How do you teach children about septic systems, aquifers? Cape Cod WET Fest makes it fun.
HYANNIS — Back from February vacation, sixth graders at Barnstable Intermediate School filled the gym to do some hands-on activities to learn about the Cape's single source aquifer. AmeriCorps Cape Cod members hosted WET (Water Education Today) Fest at the Hyannis school Monday. This is the second WET Fest held at the intermediate school since January for the sixth-grade students. ...
Update: missing man with dementia in Marstons Mills found safe
MARSTONS MILLS – On Sunday at approximately 10:32 AM, John Dzenawagis was reported missing by his wife. John left the house sometime between last night and 10:32 on foot, unknown direction of travel. John has dementia and does not carry a cellphone or have forms of ID on himself. John is described as a white […] The post Update: missing man with dementia in Marstons Mills found safe appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Dennis Special Town Meeting Tackles Church Purchase for Green Space
DENNIS – An unused church in Dennis could offer more open space for residents, who will tackle an article that would authorize the parcel’s purchase at the upcoming special town meeting Thursday. The 3.6-acre property is owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River, which agreed to sell the parcel to the town for […] The post Dennis Special Town Meeting Tackles Church Purchase for Green Space appeared first on CapeCod.com.
'Open space and a park.' Unused Catholic chapel in Dennis on town meeting docket
The sale and demolition of an older, unused church building in Dennis Port is expected to offer the town more space for a park, a town official has said. The current owner, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River, expects the proceeds from the sale of the building — if approved by town voters in late February — to benefit the parish, according to John Kearns, Diocese Director of Communications.
An Epicurean Journey: Discover 3 Remarkable Mexican Restaurants in Brewster
In this article, we're going to explore three enticing Mexican restaurants located in Brewster. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences! Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
PARTING SHOTS February 22, 2024
Chatham Kids on the Go! -----Chatham Kids opened in their new location this week, 584 Main St. and it’s right across the street from their original location. Come in and check it out! They are open every day during school vacation week, and then Friday – Monday until the end of March, when their regular schedule will resume. Pictured: Sara Handler, Jill Proudfoot and Emma Carroll. AMY TAGLIAFERRI PHOTO.
Town Seeks To Tap Waterways User Funds For Bulkhead At 90 Bridge St.
CHATHAM – The town’s water-related committees are endorsing the use of waterways user funds to help meet the cost of installing a new bulkhead at 90 Bridge St., part of a broader project to install a shellfish upweller and commercial and recreational boating facilities there. The project began...
Know before you vote: Candidates and issues in Barnstable Superior Court Clerk election
Editor's note: This story will be updated as individuals announce their candidacies. It is part of a series meant to provide voters with information ahead of the state primary Sept. 3 and state election Nov. 5. New profiles on contested government positions for Cape Cod and the Islands will be released each day this week.