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Congressman Keating Continues to Combat the Opioid Epidemic
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Congressman Keating Continues to Combat the Opioid Epidemic

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, politics by on October 20, 2017 0 Comments • views: 22

Washington, DC – Congressman Bill Keating introduced H.R. 4080, the Effective Opioid Enforcement Act of 2017, a plan to repeal the 2016 law that compromised the ability of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to swiftly act to combat unsafe opioid distribution. Congressman Keating is also a co-leader of a bipartisan group of six members who […]

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Yarmouth Police Department Welcomes Two, Promotes Three

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on October 19, 2017 0 Comments • views: 24

Two new officers have joined the Yarmouth Police Department, and three veteran officers have been promoted. This week, YPD welcomed Patrol Officer Matthew Mongano. Officer Mongano is a graduate of the Municipal Police Training Committee Police Academy at New Braintree, a United States Army Reserve Sergeant, and a winner of the Civil Affairs Best Warrior […]

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Virtual Job Fair

Job Seekers: CCYP to Host Virtual Job Fair

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES by on October 18, 2017 0 Comments • views: 38

  West Yarmouth, MA – (October 17, 2017)  Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP), the premier organization for young and emerging professionals on Cape Cod, will present its first-ever Virtual Job Fair event next Tuesday, October 24 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. CCYP invites area job-seekers to attend either virtually, via a live-streamed employer showcase and speaker panel, […]

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WANTED: Yarmouth Police Seek Rashad A. Copper
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WANTED: Yarmouth Police Seek Rashad A. Copper

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on October 18, 2017 0 Comments • views: 26

Yarmouth police are looking for a man with a long history of violent crime who failed to show up for a court date after being arrested for cocaine distribution in Hyannis last week. Rashad A. Copper was arrested during a drug bust in Hyannis on Thursday, October 12. Copper was charged with distribution of cocaine, […]

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Art Meets Nature: Painters’ Work Inspired by Sandy Neck On Display in Hyannis
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Art Meets Nature: Painters’ Work Inspired by Sandy Neck On Display in Hyannis

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES by on October 18, 2017 0 Comments • views: 49

Before dawn in the misty, salty air. Solitary footsteps in sand down the marsh trail and then up, high into the dunes. Look there, over the horizon. A touch of color that grows, spreading across the sky, kissing the water and bringing light to the grasses dotting the dunes. The sun is rising. Listen to […]

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Hyannis Open Streets Returns October 22, 2017
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Hyannis Open Streets Returns October 22, 2017

Filed in Entertainment, NEWS HEADLINES, Uncategorized by on October 17, 2017 0 Comments • views: 43

It’s time once again to break out your walking shoes, your bicycle, even your roller skates – but not your cars – Open Streets is returning to Main Street Hyannis this Sunday, October 22, 2017.   Main Street Hyannis will be closed to vehicle traffic from noon until 5 PM this Sunday, allowing for revelers […]

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Alleged Cocaine Dealers Arrested in Joint Bust
Joint Drug Bust

Alleged Cocaine Dealers Arrested in Joint Bust

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on October 17, 2017 0 Comments • views: 30

HYANNIS, MA (October 17, 2017) — Police seized drugs, cash, and drug paraphernalia during a raid last week in Hyannis. On Thursday October 12, 2017 at approximately 12:3o in the afternoon, Yarmouth and Barnstable drug enforcement detectives executed a search warrant at 62 Baxter Road in Hyannis. Police seized approximately 13.5 grams of cocaine, $3,826.00 […]

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Environment: Students Offer Design Solutions for Marstons Mills River Corridor
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Environment: Students Offer Design Solutions for Marstons Mills River Corridor

Filed in Environment, NEWS HEADLINES by on October 16, 2017 0 Comments • views: 50

Plants have a lot to contend with here on Cape Cod – acidic soil, salty air, and they must be tolerant of occasional drought. But, landscaping with native plants can translate into less work for you. Once established, native plants don’t need as much fertilizer, water, or pesticides to thrive. And because of this, they […]

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Chatham Crash Causes Lengthy Road Closure
Chatham Crash

Chatham Crash Causes Lengthy Road Closure

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on October 16, 2017 0 Comments • views: 32

CHATHAM, MA — Shore Road between Old Harbor Road and Barcliff Avenue in Chatham was closed for approximately four hours early this morning following a three-car crash. At 1:09 AM Chatham Police and Fire personnel responded to the scene on Shore Road near Courtney Road. Police say a Dodge Ram pickup truck crossed the center […]

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Local Sheriffs Send Relief Supplies to Florida
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Local Sheriffs Send Relief Supplies to Florida

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on October 13, 2017 0 Comments • views: 36

  Two tractor trailer trucks filled with relief supplies for Floridians affected by Hurricane Irma have reached their destination. This relief effort was coordinated by Barnstable County Sheriff James Cummings and other Massachusetts sheriffs at the request of the Florida Sheriff’s association. The trucks left Cape Cod over the weekend. Eight Cape Cod police departments […]

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A Haunted Family Reunion views: 156

Capt Lazarus’ Haunted Harbor isn’t just a scary spooky Halloween attraction, it’s a high school reunion of sorts. Mr. John Sullivan when working on the idea for the Haunted Harbor (first called the Harbor of Horror) turned to former Students Emma Carpenter and Jen Kunze to help recreate the flavor of Sullivan’s 30 year run […]

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes presented by the Tilden Arts Center views: 51

WEST BARNSTABLE, MA (October 11, 2017) — Advanced ticket sales and reservations are now available for the New England premiere of the cult hit, “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (30 Plays in 60 Minutes)” by Greg Allan, opening in the Tilden Arts Center Studio Theatre at Cape Cod Community College on Thursday, October 26th, 2017. […]

Overdose Rate on the Rise in Yarmouth views: 31

YARMOUTH, MA (October 12, 2017) — The opiate crisis continues to affect Cape Cod communities. Since the beginning of the year, Yarmouth rescuers have responded to 104 overdoses. 87 of those overdoses are believed to be due to heroin and/or fentanyl. Just this morning, the Yarmouth Police Department and Yarmouth Fire Department responded to an […]

Cape Arts & Entertainment Names New President & CEO views: 44

HYANNIS, MA (October 12, 2017)– A seasoned non-profit executive and passionate, professionally trained musician has been tapped to be President and CEO of Cape Arts & Entertainment, the parent organization of the Cape Symphony & Conservatory. Jonathan Kaledin, who is originally from the Boston area and summered for years on Cape Cod, will officially start on October […]