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2 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot
By now, very few have escaped being tagged for the Ice Bucket Challenge. If you are at all connected to social media, you know that the challenge is to dump a bucket of ice water over your head and donate $10 to raise awareness about ALS or skip the ice bucket and donate $100.
6 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot
A new home for the Revival Presbyterian Church of Cape Cod got closer to reality Thursday after a formal site plan review meeting with town officials.
10 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
Supplies and morale are running low here on the island. When this Obama adventure began, we figured we were certain to score a Pulitzer Prize-winning story involving the president and something big - like Sasquatch in the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest.
13 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
A 35-year-old Centerville man is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing today related to domestic assault charges.
13 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot
Explorer Barry Clifford's dream of building a pirate museum in town has set sail for parts unknown after the deal to house his one-of-a-kind exhibit at the Hyannis Armory fell through.
We hate to alarm you, but the summer is quickly coming to an end. Before you know it, the cooler weather will be trickling in, and those pumpkin-flavored lattes will be hitting the bar at your favorite coffee shop.
Who says summer's end is within sight? Plenty of great outdoor events continue across the Cape and Islands this weekend.
Irish and rock music are set to collide Friday night, as the Cape Cod Melody Tent hosts its first Irish Rock Music Festival.
Police arrested a Hyannis woman Tuesday for allegedly driving drunk a second time -- this time with a 6-year-old child in the car.
Barnstable police officers responding to an early morning alarm at the Paddock Restaurant say they found a burglary in process.
A month away from its eight-year anniversary, Bank of Cape Cod's newest - and largest - branch officially opens today on Route 132 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A Hyannis tanning salon where at least 10 women reported being burned last month can continue to operate but must develop new protocols to guard against future problems.
Massachusetts' highest court has upheld the first-degree conviction of a Hyannis man who stabbed and fatally shot 16-year-old Jordan Mendes, also of Hyannis, in December 2008.
A plan to open a pirate museum in the former National Guard armory on South Street is officially dead in the water, according to the project's developer.
For over 300 years, a painted wooden cod nearly 5-feet long has hung in the state House of Representatives.
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