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JOSE: Local Emergency Planners Keep Watch

JOSE: Local Emergency Planners Keep Watch

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Storms by on September 21, 2017 0 Comments • views: 150

BARNSTABLE, MA (September 21, 2017) — A Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect for the Cape and Islands, as Jose appears to be in a holding pattern off the coast of Nantucket. The Cape and Islands began feeling the impact of Tropical Storm Jose mid-day Wednesday, with rain and wind continuing through the night. The […]

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Hurricane Harvey: How Best to Help

Hurricane Harvey: How Best to Help

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Storms by on August 30, 2017 0 Comments • views: 269

How can I help? That may be the first question on many of our minds while considering the devastation in Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Local organizations are sending manpower to Texas. The Cape, Islands and Southeast MA chapter of the American Red Cross has deployed 14 people from the entire chapter area, including […]

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Cape Media News Debut Episode

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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CMN Reports: Fool’s Channel, Chatham MA
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CMN Reports: Fool’s Channel, Chatham MA

Filed in Blog, Environment, NEWS HEADLINES, Storms by on April 10, 2017 0 Comments • views: 1073

High tides and strong winds battered the coast of Chatham on Saturday, April 1, 2017. The ocean broke through the barrier beach, causing a third breach and a new channel. Cape Media News correspondent Andrew Buckley reports on the changing coastline and what this could mean for boaters, fishermen, and the community.

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Winter Storm Helena is Here!

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Storms by on January 7, 2017 0 Comments • views: 575

BARNSTABLE (MA) January 7, 2017 – The Barnstable County Regional Emergency Planning Committee (BCREPC) held a planning conference call at 11 a.m. Saturday to review the latest forecasts on the winter storm approaching the Cape and Islands. Given the predicted duration of the storm, the “fluffy” consistency of the snow, and the moderation in temperature […]

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Coast Guard Seizes $202 Million Worth of Cocaine views: 4

BOSTON — The crew of the 270-foot Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba “The Pride of Boston” returned to their homeport in Boston Thursday following a 64-day Eastern Pacific patrol that resulted in the seizure of 6.7 tons of cocaine worth an estimated $202 million in wholesale value.  The 6.7 tons of cocaine offloaded represents the interdiction of five separate suspected drug […]

Keating Human Trafficking Bill Passes Out of Committee views: 6

Washington, DC – Today, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs passed HR 2219, the End Banking for Human Traffickers Act, during a full committee markup.  The bill was also passed out of the House Financial Services Committee earlier in the week during a full committee markup.  Rep. Keating is a lead sponsor of the bipartisan […]

TUNE INTO THE TELETHON TONIGHT views: 25

We’re happy to be hosting the 14th Annual Annual Shelter Cape Cod Telethon on Thursday, December 14, from 5-9 pm, here at the Cape Cod Community Media Center!  This festive event, aired live on cable channels 98 and 99, will raise awareness to the housing challenges facing Cape Cod and the Islands and the work HAC is […]

The Cape Playhouse Receives $100,000 Matching Donation views: 12

It’s the oldest continually operating summer theater in the United States, and it just received the largest single personal gift in its history. Doreen Bilezekian of Osterville has established a $100,000 matching donation to support the forward momentum of The Cape Playhouse. Under the terms of the challenge, The Cape Playhouse must raise $100,000 in […]