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One Billion Rising comes to Cape Cod

One Billion Rising Comes to the Cape

Filed in Community Impact, NEWS HEADLINES by on February 12, 2018 0 Comments • views: 307

The anti-violence movement One Billion Rising has an event planned this Valentine’s Day at the Yarmouth Senior Center. The event, which is to be held from 2-5:30, is meant to bring awareness to the ongoing crisis targeting disempowered women, specifically in light of the #MeToo scandals. Though the One Billion Risingmovement started back in 2012 […]

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Learn to Cope

Yarmouth Drug Enforcement Officer to Speak at Learn To Cope Meeeting

Filed in Community Impact, NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on December 11, 2017 0 Comments • views: 309

In an effort to help those affected by the ongoing opiate crisis, the Yarmouth Police Department hosts Learn to Cope meetings. These weekly meetings provide education, resources, peer support, and hope for parents and family members coping with a loved one addicted to opioids or other drugs This week, Yarmouth Police Department Drug Enforcement Detective Scott […]

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Community Impact: Yarmouth Police Host ‘Learn to Cope’ and offer Narcan Training
Addiction Help

Community Impact: Yarmouth Police Host ‘Learn to Cope’ and offer Narcan Training

Filed in Community Impact, Health and Wellness, NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on November 14, 2017 0 Comments • views: 405

As Cape Cod continues to face the growing opiate crisis, local organizations are working to help those affected by addiction. The Yarmouth Police Department continues to host weekly Learn to Cope Support Group Meetings for families from all over Cape Cod dealing with addiction. Meetings are held in the Community Room at Yarmouth Police Headquarters […]

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Representative Tim Whelan on the Opiate Crisis

Filed in Community Impact, NEWS HEADLINES, Police, politics by on November 9, 2017 0 Comments • views: 367

Cape Media News continues to pay attention to the ongoing opiate crisis. Synthetic opioids like fentanyl, carfentanil, and the new “pink death” pose huge threats to the health and safety of our community. State Representative Tim Whelan (R), 1st Barnstable District sits down with Cape Media News host Sarah Colvin to discuss concerns surrounding synthetic […]

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Legacy Film School – Info Session and Program views: 253

The Cape Cod Community Media Center has partnered with the Dennis Council on Aging to introduce an exciting new program for seniors in the mid-Cape area. The Legacy Film School, set to begin September 25th, will allow seniors to learn the art of filmmaking so they can produce their very own short films telling a […]

Goodbye Interns – Summer 2018 views: 277

  Just as the start of summer brings a fresh crop of college interns to the Media Center, the end of summer brings tearful goodbyes. This season, we were incredibly lucky to host a talented, all-female team of rockstar interns: Miranda Trieble, a rising junior studying Communication at Curry College; Milostina Krusteva, a rising senior […]

How to Make an Awesome Video on Your Smartphone views: 273

  If you’re new to filmmaking, or have a limited timeframe or budget, you can still create a high-quality video with only a smartphone. Follow these tips to create a truly spectacular smartphone video:   Pre-production Prepare a great script or interview questions Any good video has to send a compelling message. Read your script […]

TARGET CONFIRMS OPENING AT CAPE COD MALL 2019 views: 209

Cape Cod vacationers and residents alike have a variety of local shops and stores at their disposal to fulfill their seasonal needs, such as multiple beach item shops, grocery stores, coffee shops and of course the shopping mall. But wouldn’t it be better if all of these trips could be condensed into one? Target, one […]