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Two motorcyclist facing multiple charges after dangerous ride on the Outer Cape
WELLFLEET – From Wellfleet Police: On Tuesday June 6th, 2023, at approximately 1:24 PM Officers from the Truro, Wellfleet, and Eastham Police Departments responded to multiple 911 calls reporting 2 motorcycles that were being operated in a highly erratic manner across the three outer Cape towns. Initially, the motorcycles were traveling North on Route 6. […] The post Two motorcyclist facing multiple charges after dangerous ride on the Outer Cape appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Amazing Cape Cod Fisherman’s Cabin
Nestled in the heart of Provincetown’s West End, Captain Jack’s Wharf has long been a haven for artists, playwrights, and vacationers alike. With a rich history dating back to the turn of the last century, this seaside retreat has evolved over the years to become a charming blend of rustic charm and modern comforts. In this in-depth article, we’ll explore the history of Captain Jack’s Wharf, the unique features of the Spindrift Hesperus cabin, and the various amenities and attractions that make this Provincetown destination an ideal getaway.
Video of Cape Cod bar manager spewing racial slurs goes viral. What we know.
Millyan Phillips' week-long Cape Cod vacation came to a nightmarish end on Thursday after he said he was verbally assaulted by a racist diatribe from local businessman John Shea of Trader Ed's in Hyannis. "I tried to just stay calm and make it through the night without anyone getting hurt," Phillips, of Medford, said Monday. ...
Truro man pleads guilty in federal court to illegal gun sales. Here's what to know
A Truro man pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Boston to illegally selling more than 20 guns on Cape Cod. James McNulty, 61, pleaded guilty to one count of dealing in firearms without a license, according to U.S. Attorney’s Office District of Massachusetts spokesperson Caroline E. Ferguson. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 11.
This Fantastic Restaurant is A Must-Visit When In Plymouth
They’re famous for consistently delivering generous portions of fresh food. Their seafood is as fresh as any in town. They come well-seasoned, flavorful, delicious, and plentiful.
Driver extricated, airlifted after crash on Route 6 in Barnstable
BARNSTABLE – A driver was seriously injured when their pickup truck went off Route 6 into a wooded area. The crash happened about 3:30 PM on the eastbound side near the Yarmouth town line before the Willow Street exit. Firefighters had to extricate the driver using the Jaws of Life. A MedFLight helicopter was called […] The post Driver extricated, airlifted after crash on Route 6 in Barnstable appeared first on CapeCod.com.
2023 Town of Barnstable Fourth of July Celebrations: Parades, Festivals, and Free Family-Friendly Music in Downtown Hyannis
The 2023 Town of Barnstable Fourth of July Celebrations will feature parades and festivals, family events, and a collaboration with the Cape Symphony that will offer free family-friendly music and interactive fun in Downtown Hyannis. The day will start with patriotic-themed floats parading through Barnstable Village, followed by youth activities at the Hollow playground area. Centerville will also have a parade, where participants will be able to meet Cape Cod Baseball League players and enjoy hot dogs, ice cream, and water. Cotuit will have a parade that will end at the public field behind the school building.
Provincetown Proposes New Car-Free Trail
In Provincetown, Massachusetts, “for over half a century, an orphaned four-lane divided highway – Route 6 – has cut off the town of 3,000 people from the sand dunes, trails, and beaches that lie to the north of the highway.” Now, Christian MilNeil writes in Streetsblog Mass, “the town and MassDOT are planning to connect downtown Provincetown with the trail network of the Cape Cod National Seashore by cutting Route 6 in half.”
Something is happening to Cape Cod's beech trees. What you should know.
It's no day at the beach for beech trees on Cape Cod these days. A malady known as beech leaf disease (BLD), first detected in Ohio in 2012, has made its way to Massachusetts, where it was first seen in Plymouth in 2020, according to the stateBureau of Forest Fire Control and Forestry.
Barnstable County Sheriff Resumes Safe Keep Program
BOURNE – A suspended program that allowed the Barnstable County Correctional Facility to take pre-arraignment detainees has resumed. The Safe Keep program was paused for three years due to COVID, and resumed just before Memorial Day weekend. Several police chiefs, including Eastham’s Adam Bohannon, said they have few officers or spaces to spare for holding […] The post Barnstable County Sheriff Resumes Safe Keep Program appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Mass. State Lottery winner: Cumberland Farms sells $4 million lottery ticket
A Cumberland Farms gas station in Massachusetts sold a winning $4 million lottery scratch ticket that was claimed on Monday, June 5, the lottery announced. The $4 million prize was from the lottery’s “$4,000,000 Diamonds” scratch ticket game, and was the top prize available to win. There are now two remaining $4 million grand prizes left to be claimed in the game.
Breaking: Serious crash reported on Route 6 in Eastham
EASTHAM – A serious crash was reported on Route 6 in Eashtam just before 1 PM. Four vehicles collided at the intersection of Massasoit Road. Several ambulances were called to the scene. The extent of injuries was not immediately clear. Route 6 was closed in the vicinity and heavy traffic delays were reported. CWN will […] The post Breaking: Serious crash reported on Route 6 in Eastham appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Rear-end collision stalls eastbound traffic on Route 6 in Brewster
BREWSTER – A rear-end collision between a work van and a car caused delays for eastbound traffic on Route 6 just before 8 AM Tuesday. The crash happened by Milemarker 87 between the Route 137 and Route 6A exits. No injuries were reported. Mass State Police are investigating the crash. Photos by MyKol, a Cape […] The post Rear-end collision stalls eastbound traffic on Route 6 in Brewster appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Best bets: Veterans, civil rights, a history of Cape Cod POC, concerts and a car show
It is a busy week on the Cape and Islands with a Flag Day event honoring and raising money for veterans; the Cape Cod Chorale singing show tunes to help a local anti-hunger group and the return of the Nantucket Book Festival. Poets and musicians in Wellfleet mark the 50th...
Cape Cod Healthcare Seeking Level 3 Trauma Designation
HYANNIS – Cape Cod Healthcare is seeking Level 3 trauma designation for Cape Cod Hospital’s emergency department, potentially saving trips off-Cape for certain injuries, according to officials. President and CEO Michael Lauf said the change would cut down on travel time for patients in need, many of which are discharged within hours of arriving at […] The post Cape Cod Healthcare Seeking Level 3 Trauma Designation appeared first on CapeCod.com.
'I was hurt when we lost Susan.' Mashpee Wampanoag tribe remembers Truro resident
NORTH TRURO — Marlene Lopez, rabbit clan mother for the Mashpee Wampanaog Tribe, blessed a fire with tobacco, sage, and cedar as Annawon Weeden described efforts to erect the first wetu in the outermost part of Cape Cod in modern times. "All projects like this are all about the Wampanoag experience," said Weeden, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. "I become moved to tears when I think about being part of this project."
Get Ready For The Grand Opening of Plymouth's Newest Business With a Surprise in The Back of Their Store
The new business is located inside the space that once housed a bank and then a consignment called "Exchange".Photo byGoogle Maps / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney. (PLYMOUTH, MA) As Main Street’s newest business, Plimoth General Store, begins to take shape, the owners have been keeping locals in the loop by uploading photos and videos of the construction process on social media, generating excitement from the Plymouth community. Now, the new business is ready to open its doors to the public and has announced a grand opening celebration spanning two days!
Former owner of Massachusetts restaurant admits to underreporting income by $1.2 mil, paying employees under the table
BOSTON – The former owner of a beachfront restaurant and bar has been charged and has agreed to plead guilty to concealing business income from the Internal Revenue Service and paying restaurant employees under the table. According to the Massachusetts Department of Justice, 65-year-old Rudolph Ferrucci of Plymouth, has...
Autumn in the Dune Shack, a suggestion to the National Seashore
The Cape Cod National Seashore has been in the news recently after announcing a set of new criteria for leasing eight of the eighteen dune shacks that it owns in the Provincelands. Several of the new “evaluation guidelines” for determining who gets to lease these historic shacks and how they can be used have sparked controversy. But the “guideline” that caught my eye and seems blatantly wrong-headed is the specification that, under the new regulations, the shacks can only be inhabited “from Memorial Day through Labor Day.”
Sale closed in Brewster: $3.2 million for a four-bedroom home
Glenn Lammey and Kay Lammey acquired the property at 38 Captain Baker Road, Brewster, from Family Qprt Oliver on May 18, 2023, for $3,200,000 which represents a price per square foot of $469. The property features four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a garage, and two parking spaces. The unit sits on a 0.7-acre lot.
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