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Cape Media News: Rail Trail Work Will Cause Delays in Dennis

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Transportation by on March 27, 2017 0 Comments • views: 409

A bicycle bridge spanning Route 134 in Dennis is slated for installation on April 4, 2017. Road closures will be in place while the bridge is installed. According to Dennis Police, on the evening of April 4, 2017, Route 134 will be closed in both directions between Theophilis Smith Road and Upper County Road. The […]

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New Social Hours- Coming this fall! views: 15

  Looking to give your social media skills a boost? Join us for Social Hours! These one hour workshops will give you the tools and training you need to reach and engage your online audience. Drop in! Members and the public are welcome.    

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Planning Large-Scale Replacement Project views: 27

Plans to construct a brand-new Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Harwich are in the works. Before the project can move forward, voters in each town served by the district must vote to authorize funding for the project. The vote will be held in Barnstable, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, […]

JOSE: Local Emergency Planners Keep Watch views: 27

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 […]

TONIGHT: Share Your Thoughts on the Future of Barnstable’s Recreational Fields views: 28

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 […]