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Barnstable County Congratulates Yarmouth Officials for Raccoon Rabies Work
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Barnstable County Congratulates Yarmouth Officials for Raccoon Rabies Work

Filed in Community, Municipal Issues, NEWS HEADLINES by on April 10, 2018 • views: 810

BARNSTABLE (MA) April 10, 2018 – The Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment would like to congratulate two Town of Yarmouth officials—Amy L. von Hone, Assistant Health Director, and Karl W. von Hone, Director of the Division of Natural Resources—on their recent recognition by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for their efforts […]

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Changes at the Cape Cod Commission

Cape Cod Commission Executive Director Stepping Down?

Filed in Economic Development, Municipal Issues, NEWS HEADLINES by on January 5, 2018 0 Comments • views: 697

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: 528

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: 855

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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Editing: Your File Saving Workflow views: 113

When editing a Premiere Pro Project, especially at the Media Center, it is important to save the files you will be working with in one location. Here, you will be saving everything into your personal folder in our Server.  AVOID saving any files to the desktop!!! If you save files to the desktop, you will […]

“Get Up Eight” ArtWeek Test Screening views: 596

As part of ArtWeek, see an exclusive preview screening of Gabrielle Rosson’s short film, Get Up Eight. The event will feature a discussion with the director after the film is screened. All feedback is encouraged! Where: Cape Cod Community Media Center, 17 Shad Hole Road, Dennis Port When: Friday, April 26th at 7 PM REGISTRATION […]

Take Our Membership Survey! views: 389

Members and friends – We want to know how we can better serve YOU! Please take our membership survey, which takes less than 8 minutes to complete. If you would like to be entered into a drawing to win a $50 gift card, please add your name and email address in the last question on the survey.  (Skip […]

We Won Awards! views: 487

January 30th, 2019 – Producers from the Cape Cod Community Media Center took home two awards Tuesday night at the Mass Access Creator Awards in Boston. Mass Access, an organization representing community access TV in Massachusetts, held its second annual Creator Awards this year to recognize some of the best media producers in the state. […]