Lower Cape PMC Kids Ride fto benefit Jimmy Fund seeks riders »
This fall, the Lower Cape Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Kids Ride Saturday, Sept. 27, will be one of 37 PMC Kids Rides throughout New England and beyond.
Palmer chosen over Cape candidates for Truro Town Administrator »
The Truro Board of Selectman has chosen Rae Anne Palmer of Connecticut to be the next town administrator.
Morning Jolt: 97 percent participation expected in Scotland independence vote »
Today is the day. Scotland will decide if it wants to be an independent nation or stay a part of Great Britain. USA Today reported that 97 percent of eligible voters are expected to cast ballots on the issue, which could have wide implications for Europe and the U.S. as well. A poll taken before the vote shows voters are basically evenly divided on independence.
Bourne selectmen sign Harvest Power land lease »
The lease is for 15 years with the possibility of two additional five-year extensions, something that could generate up $14 million for town coffers.
Scallop Fest: A Cape tradition moves from Bourne to Falmouth »
The festival is moving from the canal-side Buzzards Bay Park to the Barnstable County Fairgrounds at Route 151, East Falmouth. The move was announced last year. It was nearly a seismic shift in Buzzards Bay sensibilities.
Falmouth Museums on the Green spotlights the Victorian Age »
Summer has come and gone but the Victorian days are alive and well with Museums on the Green's current exhibition “Circa 1870 – the Victorian Age in Falmouth.”