Cape & Island News
- Candidates spar over PACs, drug dealer registry
SOUTH YARMOUTH – With just a handful of days left to win voter endorsement, candidates in two Barnstable County races focused on issues of greatest concern to Cape residents during a Candidates Night hosted by the Yarmouth Area Chamber of Commerce.
- Woman forfeits $7K as part of plea deal
FALMOUTH — A 29-year-old Dedham woman admitted sufficient facts Wednesday in Falmouth District Court to a charge of possession of heroin.
- Woman arrested in motel stabbing
HYANNIS — A 44-year-old woman is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing after allegedly stabbing a male friend eight times in a motel room Wednesday morning.
- Pragmatic Keating says he deals with reality
In the aftermath of last year's Boston Marathon bombings, U.S. Rep.
- Bloodmobile will make it easier for Cape residents to donate
Cape Cod Healthcare officials hope to put a new vehicle on the road early next year — a bloodmobile that will be able to scoot in and out of the Cape's small businesses to collect blood from donors in the community.
- Filmmakers looking for extras in Chatham
CHATHAM — An open casting call for "The Finest Hours," a Disney film about the 1952 Pendleton rescue, will be held Saturday afternoon at Monomoy Regional Middle School.
- Chapman says the time is right to run
A few months after graduating from college and moving to Washington, D.C., John Chapman read a newspaper story from his home state of Massachusetts about a Hingham woman who had hit it big as the assistant press secretary to President Ronald Reagan.
- Bike trail extension on Outer Cape making headway
NORTH TRURO — A master plan to provide bicyclists and pedestrians with safer and more enjoyable experiences in Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2015, about four years after the idea first arose.
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