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3 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
I once found a drawing by my son, Josh, of a snail. Beneath it he wrote "Progress."
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7 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot
The Coast Guard Auxiliary's Division 11, which has 265 members from the Cape and Islands, will hold its monthly meetings at Barnstable Municipal Airport.
11 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot
To the pessimist, the glass is half empty; to the optimist it's half full. The pragmatist yawns and says the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
16 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
A father and son were arrested Thursday night after the younger man allegedly pulled a knife on the clerk of a Hyannis convenience store, police said.
The licensing authority approved a new annual victuallers license for Little Miss Cupcake, Inc. this week.
NOT JUST A HYANNIS PROBLEM A March 28 home invasion in the Sea Street neighborhood in Hyannis prompted a community meeting with Police Chief Paul MacDonald April 16. Showing solidarity with Hyannis Town Councilor Jen Cullum, who organized the session, were six council colleagues, one each from the rest of the villages.
DIFFERING VIEWS Hyannis Fire District Commissioner Richard Gallagher, left, and his challenger, Peter Cross, in the May 20 election, will attend a Greater Hyannis Civic Association candidates night April 22 at 7 p.m. at town hall.
I haven't played my flute in a long time. A decade. Just recently I've felt the itch to start playing again; that is to say, to go back to taking lessons.
This tiny eatery hidden down a walkway off the thoroughfare in Hyannis advertises "authentic Mexican," and two things immediately support the claim: The menu is written in Spanish and none of the food we had came smothered in a layer of melted cheese.
Emma Brimdyr, of Dennisport, and Julia Tager, of Falmouth, 11th-graders at Sturgis Charter Public School in Hyannis, are members of the school's Passion Project.
What a joy it was to help Faith Assembly of God with their celebration of Palm Sunday! I learned so much while painting the adorable faces of children from all over Hyannis.
After a full day of deliberations Wednesday, the jury in the trial of Ilya Zinov, accused of a 2011 shooting in the parking lot of a local sushi restaurant, had not reached a verdict.
A homeless Air Force veteran pleaded not guilty today in Barnstable Superior Court to charges related to a Hyannis bank robbery Dec. 4. Kyle Gray, 30, is accused of robbing the Eastern Bank near the Airport Rotary.
Attention moms and daughters: Do you look like twins? If so, we have a heck of a contest for you! The Cape Cod Times and CapeCodOnline.com are pleased to announce the return of our spectacular Mother & Daughter Lookalike Contest .
The freight boat M/V Gay Head that was scheduled to depart at 4:30 p.m. has been cancelled due to high winds.