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  1. Restaurant, Arts Alliance Collaboration A Good FitRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bill Cifrino and his wife, Mary Hunt-Cifrino, of Sagamore Beach look at an art exhibit set up near the entrance to the dining room of the Fishermen's View restaurant in Sandwich. Bill Cifrino and his wife, Mary Hunt-Cifrino, of Sagamore Beach look at an art exhibit set up near the entrance to the dining room of the Fishermen's View restaurant in Sandwich.

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  2. Food Truck Fridays Return To HeritageRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Food Truck Fridays return to Heritage Museums & Gardens June 15 and again on June 29. The after-hours event will include the chance to purchase food and beverages as well as a nighttime opportunity to view the museums' exhibits. Food Truck Fridays return to Heritage Museums & Gardens June 15 and again on June 29. The after-hours event will include the chance to purchase food and beverages as well as a nighttime opportunity to view the museums' exhibits.

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  3. Bourne Tennis Ends Year In Good SpiritsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bourne boys' tennis ran into a buzz saw in the first round of the Division 3 South Sectional team tennis tournament on Thursday, June 7. Traveling out to Dover-Sherborn, the second-seeded team in the tournament, the Canalmen were swept 5-0 to finish their season with a record of 11-9. The Raiders entered the match undefeated and had only lost two sets, as a team, all year long.

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  4. BHS Tennis Aces Div. 3 South PrelimsRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 9 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bourne boys' tennis earned a clean sweep against Westport to advance in the Division 3 South Sectional team tournament on Wednesday, June 6. Hosting the 18th-seeded Wildcats at the Sagamore Beach Colony Club, the Canalmen, a 15th seed, won 5-0 in the preliminary round. With the win, Bourne will next travel to No.

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  5. Bourne South Side Fire Station Group Assures Residents No Decision On LocationRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bourne Fire Chief Norman Sylvester , speaks to concerned Pocasset residents about his plans for consolidating the town's two aging fire stations into one. Seated , are Town Administrator Tom Guerino, and South Side Fire Station Design & Feasibility Building Committee members Peter Lindberg, Bill Towne and Martin Greene.

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  6. Bourne Tennis Closes Regular SeasonRead the original story

    Friday Jun 1 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Hosting Somerset-Berkley, the Canalmen were defeated 4-1 and with the loss Bourne found itself a game shy of earning a spot in the South sectional tournament. The second doubles tandem of Kami McAnaugh and Olivia Fitzpatrick easily handled the Blue Raiders' pairing of Diana Androni and Tatiana Sousa in straight sets, 6-0 and 6-1.

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  7. Bourne Recreation Department Still Assembling Lifeguard StaffRead the original story

    Tuesday May 29 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Summer is right around the corner, and the Bourne Recreation Department is putting together its staff of lifeguards for the coming season. Recreation Department Director Krissanne M. Caron said the town beaches are scheduled to officially open with lifeguards on June 23. Once again, there will only be one guarded beach in Bourne-Monument Beach, where swim lessons will also be held.

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  8. Ms. Froman, Mr. Pickard Found To Have Violated CharterRead the original story

    Monday May 28 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Current Bourne Board of Selectmen member Judith A. Froman and former selectman Donald J. Pickard were both found to have violated the town charter when they wrote a letter apologizing for what they considered confusion surrounding the March 26 Special Town Meeting. The Bourne Charter Compliance Committee voted 3-1 last Thursday, May 18, that the two did violate the charter.

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  9. BHS Boys' Tennis Clinches Tournament BerthRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    A 5-0 sweep against Wareham pushed the Bourne boys' tennis team into the postseason on Tuesday, May 15. The Canalmen did not drop a set to the winless Vikings at the Sagamore Beach Colony Club courts. Matt Caron handled Josh Flahery, 6-1 and 6-0, before Jack Perry won almost as easily, 6-1 and 6-3.

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  10. CPC Takes First Step To Take Back Hoxie School BuildingRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Bourne Community Preservation Committee has taken the first step toward the town taking back the former Ella F. Hoxie Elementary School building from the Hoxie Center at Sagamore Beach for Art, Science, Education and Culture. The nine-member committee voted unanimously to notify the Hoxie Center that it has been found in violation of its agreement with the committee, and the CPC had started the process of restoring the building to the town.

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  11. Voters In Bourne Pick Mr. Potter, Mr. MacDonald As SelectmenRead the original story

    May 17, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Retired Bourne police officer Jared MacDonald is sworn in by town clerk Barry Johnson as one of two new members to the board of selectmen. Standing with Jared is his wife Kerry, while former selectman Jerry Ellis looks on.

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  12. Bourne Residents Balk At Putting Fire Station On Ball Field LandRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    For the first time in its short history, the group tasked with planning a new fire station on the south side of the Cape Cod Canal has drawn an audience to one of its meetings. Several residents attended the committee's meeting on Wednesday, May 9, to voice both support of the work done to date and concerns over locations being considered for the new station.

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  13. Change Coming To Bourne Board Of SelectmenRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bourne voters head to the polls on Tuesday, May 15, to take part in the Annual Town Election. There is only one contested race on the ballot: five candidates are vying for two seats on the board of selectmen.

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  14. BHS Boys' Tennis Wins On RoadRead the original story

    May 12, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    On the road against South Coast Conference foe Seekonk, the Bourne boys' tennis team won, 3-2, on Tuesday, May 8. The Canalmen's top singles player, Matt Caron, got the ball rolling with a straight-sets victory against the Warriors' Ethan Santos. Jack Perry, the no.

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  15. Bourne Creates New Overlay District At Town MeetingRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    An effort to rezone an area of Sagamore Beach was approved by residents at Bourne Town Meeting on Monday night, May 7. Article 2 on the warrant for Special Town Meeting called for creation of a Senior Care Overlay District. Residents voted 204 in favor, 96 opposed.

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  16. Bourne Residents Head To ATM/STM Monday NightRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Bourne's Town Meeting gets underway Monday night with a total of 27 articles, including one article asking voters to accept provision of a state law that would allow the town to level a 3 percent local tax on retail marijuana sales. Other articles include a proposed $65.5 million town budget, $1.39 million in Community Preservation Act spending, and a plan to create a new zoning overlay district focused on senior care in Sagamore Beach.

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  17. BHS Boys' & Girls' Tennis RoundupRead the original story

    May 4, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Although the Canalmen lost, 4-1, to Sturgis West on Wednesday, May 2, Bourne picked up two key South Coast Conference victories earlier. Facing the Cardinals of Case on Tuesday, May 1, Bourne won the match, 3-2, thanks, in part, to straight-set victories from Leah Hidenfelter and Donia Siroonian .

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  18. Canalmen Tennis Volleys VictoriesRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Although the Canalmen lost, 4-1, Bourne's No. 3 singles player Donia Siroonian earned the victory in a marathon match with Ella MacIntyre.

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  19. Fire Station Group Considers New Site For Ball FieldRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The group tasked with coming up with plans for a new fire station in town spent most of its meeting this week discussing a parcel of town-owned land along Shore Road in Pocasset. This parcel, like the one on Barlows Landing Road that the group had discussed previously as a possible site for the new station, is also home to a baseball field.

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  20. Official Swearing-In Of Assistant Fire Chief HeldRead the original story

    Apr 6, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Bourne Fire Department celebrated the promotions of five of its members during a ceremony Friday morning, April 6. The ceremony was the official swearing-in of several officers from within the department who received promotions, including David S. Cody from deputy fire chief to the newly created position of assistant fire chief. The ceremony was held at the Bourne Fire Department headquarters on Meetinghouse Road in Sagamore Beach.

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