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A local man with a long criminal record was arrested in Buzzards Bay yesterday afternoon after he allegedly assaulted someone at the Shanghai Chinese Restaurant in Hyannis on Tuesday.
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Every year without fail, I spend a pre-Christmas weekend baking up a storm - really, it's a veritable scone hurricane in my kitchen every Dec. 14. But let's be honest - toasty baked goodies may be the star of the breakfast show, but coffee's the behind-the-scenes master, the one that makes everything run smoothly.
A homeless Air Force veteran arraigned today in connection with the Dec. 4 robbery of the Eastern Bank on Route 28 in Hyannis was committed by a judge to a drug rehabilitation program.
More than 100,000 lights. Cape Cod Surftone Carolers, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 5-7 p.m. Sundays.
A five-bedroom home with features like a fireplace and a bar is on the market in Hyannis.
There are only nine days before Christmas and it's not time to panic ... yet. With $25 in hand, Times reporters discovered you can find a bevy of fun gifts at some unexpected places.
The Sandwich Chamber of Commerce will present "Sandwich Holly Days Home Tour" from noon to 4 p.m. at various locations.
PROS AND CONS State Rep. Brian Mannal talks about the nuances of his position on an increase in the minimum wage while a leading advocate, state Sen. Dan Wolf listens.
The disclaimer here is that I'm not a huge fan of the other films, which I've often found, to varying degrees, dragged-out and self-important.
The Barnstable Public Health Division's latest ratings for food service establishments show 95 percent earned the top grades of A or B, with the most A's ever and a "drastic improvement" over the 81 percent with those grades when the ratings started in 2008, Public Health Director Thomas McKean said Wednesday.
The State Ethics Commission is holding a public hearing from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today on a proposed conflict of interest exemption that would allow public employees to maintain a financial interest in non-negotiable state contracts that predate their time in office.
Route 6 traffic was tied up for hours Thursday morning after a construction vehicle rolled over in the eastbound lane just past Exit 4, according to the state police.