Iconic Cape Cod Attraction Announces Free Admission & Family-Friendly CelebrationDianna CarneyNewsBreak Contributor
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Authorities identify man, woman who died in house fire on Cape Cod
Authorities have identified a man and a woman who died in a house fire on Cape Cod over the weekend.
Two ambulances called to crash in Orleans
ORLEANS – Two ambulances were called to a crash in Orleans about 10 AM Monday. The crash happened on Route 6A by the windmill. The driver had to be extricated from the wreckage. An Eastham ambulance assisted at the scene. The extent of injuries was not immediately clear. Orleans Police are investigating the cause of […] The post Two ambulances called to crash in Orleans appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Two arrested and firearm seized during Springfield traffic stop
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) - Springfield Police seized a loaded large-capacity firearm, ammunition, crack-cocaine, cocaine, and cash after a traffic stop near the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Greenleaf Street on Friday. The incident led to the arrests of 22-year-old Chris Gonzalez of Springfield and 24-year-old Chadwayne Allen of Harwich Port,...
'Like my adopted mom.' Neighbor remembers couple who perished in Dennis fire
DENNIS — Brianna Fage said her neighbors, Gina Champ and Edward Snell, were not her "biological family but we shared a wall for the past six years." They were a couple, Fage said. "Gina was like my adopted mom and my mom was Gina's adopted kid basically. She'd show...
Cape Cod weather forecast: Work week starts iffy, but sun to break through
Attention campers: the Cape Cod work week will begin with clouds and rain but with reasonably nice days to follow. Now get out there and achieve greatness!. Or, at least take time to notice the daffodils, now appearing all over the Cape, with cheery yellow blooms on the way. Monday will start cloudy, with rain in the forecast that night, according to the National Weather Service, with high temps nudging 50 degrees. Hold onto your hats: there is chance of SNOW Tuesday night. We'll be seeing clouds and rain give way to sun on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. So far the forecast calls for rain this weekend.
Route 132 crash leaves vehicle on its roof temporarily closing major intersection
HYANNIS – A traffic crash resulted in one vehicle overturning onto its roof. The crash happened about 10 AM on Iyannough Road (Route 132) at Enterprise Road. One person was evaluated for unknown injuries. The major intersection was shut down while the scene was worked causing heavy traffic delays. Barnstable Police are investigating how the crash occurred.
After five years of bureaucratic limbo, Cape Cod clean energy program finally comes to fruition
After five years of rejections, revisions, appeals, and resubmissions, a Cape Cod energy organization has received state approval for a first-of-its-kind pilot program providing a package of solar panels, heat pumps, and battery storage to low-income households. The program, called the Cape and Vineyard Electric Offering, will provide all three...
Iconic Cape Cod Attraction Announces Free Admission & Family-Friendly Celebration
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (PROVINCETOWN, MASSACHUSETTS) The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, the oldest nonprofit educational, tax-exempt organization on Cape Cod, has some exciting news for its visitors. To celebrate its 2023 season, the museum will be offering free admission to all visitors!
Opinion/Letters: Common Start legislation would deliver affordable child care to families
I have been an early childhood educator on the Cape since 1979, working in child care centers, Headstart programs, and public pre-K and kindergarten programs. I’ve also juggled child care for my own children. One of the largest changes I’ve seen over those 44 years is the shortage of educators, as many leave the field they love because wages don't come close to paying the high cost of rent, utilities and groceries. With educator shortages, classrooms have...
Man granted parole 20 years after Provincetown murder
PROVINCETOWN — Nathaniel Miksch, a man convicted of a brutal murder in Provincetown in 2003, has been granted parole after 17 years in prison.Just shy of two decades after he confessed to murdering his then-lover and drug-use partner, Timothy Maguire, 36, Miksch has been unanimously granted parole by the Massachusetts Parole Board.On October 25, 2003, then-28-year-old Miksch confessed to the murder of Maguire by strangling him with a belt and stuffing his body in a closet after he alleged Maguire raped him in his sleep the night before his murder. Miksch was put on trial in 2006 and convicted...
‘Second Summer’ Growing, but Workforce Still a Challenge
HYANNIS – Local experts are saying finding enough employees will likely be the biggest challenge for local businesses this summer. The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Chair David Troutman said more permanent residents after COVID and a growing shoulder season is great for the local economy, but more has to be done to make a sustainable, year-round workforce.
Nomination Papers Now Available for Barnstable Town Offices
HYANNIS – Nomination papers for elected offices in Barnstable are now available. Town council seats in all 13 precincts, along with three spots on the school committee and a pair of housing authority roles, will be open during this fall’s election. Papers are available at Town Clerk Ann...
East End Of Cape Cod Canal Morning – Slideshow
SANDWICH – On Cape Cod, you can watch the sun rise over the water, or watch it set over the water. It’s a pretty magical combination, not shared by many places. And, you can also watch the sun rise or set at each end of the Cape Cod Canal, depending on the time of day. There are a lot of photographic options just along the canal.
Officers promoted, honored in Sandwich
SANDWICH – From Sandwich Police: On Friday, March 24, the Sandwich Police Department held a Promotion Ceremony for the recent promotions in the department. At the Promotion Ceremony, Chief Jason Keene was sworn in by Town Clerk Taylor White as our new Chief. Deputy Chief Josh Bound was sworn in as the new Deputy Chief. […] The post Officers promoted, honored in Sandwich appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Breaking: Ambulances called to blaze at multi family home in Dennis
DENNIS – Fire broke out at a multi family residential structure on Niblick Street in East Dennis shortly before 7 AM Sunday. Two people were transported from the scene by ambulance to a hospital. The State Fire Marshal has been requested to the scene. CWN will bring you further details as we get them. The post Breaking: Ambulances called to blaze at multi family home in Dennis appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Want to speak up about Cape Cod housing needs? There's training, support available.
HYANNIS — As the CEO and president of Latham Centers, Anne McManus sees the housing crisis on Cape Cod every day. A top drama teacher is leaving the 53-year-old organization, which serves developmentally and intellectually disabled children and adults, because she cannot afford to stay on Cape Cod. One assistant is homeless, living with friends.
Three vehicle crash on Route 6A in Yarmouth Port
YARMOUTH PORT – Just before 9 AM Monday there was a 3 vehicle crash on Route 6A at Playground Lane in Yarmouth Port. There were no injuries. Yarmouth Police are investigating the crash. Photos by John P. Carroll/CWN. Cape Wide News was created in 1998 by Provincetown native Tim...
Ghost fishing-gear removal program starts in Cuttyhunk
The Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown began fieldwork this week to remove “ghost fishing gear” from Cuttyhunk’s shorelines; that’s lost fishing gear resting at the bottom of the ocean. The center’s team conducted an aerial survey with drones on Monday to map debris areas and...
*** WATCH *** YOUNG MAN HURT AFTER CRASHING THROUGH HORSE FARM FENCE, STRIKING TREE
DENNIS, Massachusetts – Police and firefighters responded to a single vehicle crash early this morning on Airline Road. A gray BMW apparently left the roadway and crashed through a horse farm fence before slamming into a tree. The BMW was heavily damaged. The young adult male driver was hurt, suffering injuries not believed to be life-threating. He was conscious and alert upon being transported to Cape Cod Hospital.
10 most expensive homes sold in Cape Cod, March 19-26
A house in Osterville that sold for $4.3 million tops the list of the most expensive real estate sales in Cape Cod between March 19 and March 26. In total, 58 real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $724,573. The average price per square foot was $462.
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