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Cape Cod Commission Executive Director Stepping Down?

Filed in Economic Development, Municipal Issues, NEWS HEADLINES by on January 5, 2018 0 Comments • views: 193

The Patriot Ledger is reporting that the SouthField Redevelopment Authority board voted Wednesday to approve an employment agreement for Paul Niedzwiecki, current Executive Director of the Cape Cod Commission. Niedzwiecki’s new position is Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority and will oversee redevelopment at the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station. The Ledger reports that […]

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TONIGHT: Share Your Thoughts on the Future of Barnstable’s Recreational Fields

Filed in Municipal Issues, NEWS HEADLINES by on September 21, 2017 0 Comments • views: 141

Barnstable Plans Improvements to Town-Owned Recreational Fields Public Informational Meeting to be held TONIGHT HYANNIS, MA (September 21, 2016) — Baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, lacrosse, even pickleball – you name a sport, and the Town of Barnstable has a field on which you can play. But some of the Town’s fields and courts have fallen into […]

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Large Crowd Attends Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Town Hall at Cape Cod Community College
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Large Crowd Attends Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Town Hall at Cape Cod Community College

Filed in Municipal Issues, NEWS HEADLINES, politics by on July 17, 2017 0 Comments • views: 324

They filled the Tilden Arts Center main theater, the downstairs Studio Theater, and the Grossman cafeteria – in all more than 1,300 people came to Cape Cod Community College Sunday afternoon to hear U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren speak.   Doors opened at 2:30, and by 2:45 the Tilden main theater was full and a line […]

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Cape Media News Debut Episode
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Cape Media News Debut Episode

Cape Media News launched its debut episode at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.

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Over The Bridge: Plymouth Fundraiser to Feature Rock and Roll Memorabilia views: 35

PLYMOUTH, MA – New local non-profit Plymouth Rocks, Inc. will be hosting its first fundraiser Friday, April 6 at 7:30 pm at the Memorial Hall Blue Room in Plymouth. The event will feature a pop-up museum showcasing the David Bieber Archives, one of the largest collections of rock-and-roll and film memorabilia in New England. Attendees […]

One Billion Rising Comes to the Cape views: 50

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 […]

Coast Guard Concludes Safety Workshop views: 42

Last week in Wareham, the United States Coast Guard conducted its two-day Buzzards Bay Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment Workshop. Participants convened at the Towneplace Suites Marriott for a structured workshop with facilitated sessions aimed to ensure the environmental protection and safe navigation of the Buzzards Bay waterway system. This is all be in preparation […]

Yarmouth Police Recognize the Retirement of Patrol Officer Albert C. Roth III views: 38

Last Friday, a special ceremony was held at the Yarmouth Police Department’s evening roll call to recognize the retirement of Patrol Officer Albert C. Roth III. Roth, who had served in Mid-Cape law enforcement for over three decades, has served the community in various capacities. These include, but are not limited to: Bike Patrol Motorcycle […]