Cape & Island News
- Suspect fundraiser again seen on the Cape
A nonprofit organization with a questionable track record was spotted Thursday soliciting donations for veterans outside the Stop & Shop supermarket on Quaker Meetinghouse Road in Sandwich.
- Dennis police patrols target underage drinkers
The Dennis Police Department plans to step up enforcement efforts related to underage drinking in the next several months.
- Sandwich cat's owner devastated to find animal was shot
Michelle Wolf wasn't worried when Mr. Paws, her 18-month-old cat, didn't greet her at the door May 16 as he usually does after a day roaming the neighborhood.
- Suffolk DA didn't investigate priest
Roman Catholic priest Joseph F Byrne, who was reinstated to the status of "senior priest" Thursday because the Archdiocese of Boston found no evidence to substantiate an accusation he sexually abused a child in the 1970s, was not investigated by the...
- Exhibit highlights work of student artists
Sandwich High School student Robyn Whaples decided to take advantage of a new medium being offered by the ArtWorks art internship program this year, using flash animation to produce a lively little cartoon story.
- Cape homes with a view of the future
The six finalists in an affordable housing design competition in Wellfleet have rather inviting, intriguing names: Dogtrot, Oyster House, Year'rounder House, NaCl│ House, Cantilever and Niche.
- Memorial Day weekend events on the Cape
A roundup of Memorial Day weekend events across the Cape.
- Cape Codders welcome first rail travelers in 25 years
A group of people waiting for a train is nothing exciting, but Friday night was different, as about 100 people gathered in Hyannis for the arrival of the first official CapeFLYER trip from Boston to Hyannis.
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