Ethan Genter, Cape Cod Times

Ethan Genter

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Past articles by Ethan:

Expectation of privacy: Peake files bill to limit use of license plate reader data

The state police have stopped using the camera systems, but ALRPs still have privacy rights advocates concerned. → Read More

Neighbors ask judge to overrule Truro approval of Cloverleaf housing

Two neighbors of the planned Cloverleaf affordable housing project in Truro have appealed the town’s approval of the 39-unit complex. → Read More

Renters struggle to keep housing in Cape Cod's hot real estate market

Cape Cod real estate prices jumped 16.8% from 2019 to 2020. Tenants increasingly face housing insecurity as rents spike or landlords sell their property. → Read More

Suit claims two Black residents were silenced in Nantucket racist graffiti case

Two Black residents on Nantucket sue town, claiming they were “muzzled” when they asked about probe into racist graffiti at African Meeting House. → Read More

Two charged in New Bedford man's murder, arraigned in Superior Court

BARNSTABLE — Two men have been charged in Barnstable Superior Court for the murder of Damian Anderson. Norman Dias, 33, of Mashpee, was arraigned in the higher court on Monday on charges of murder, carrying a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition without an FID card, discharge of a firearm within 500 feet of a building, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, accessory after… → Read More

Fatal crash reignites discussion about Route 151 safety in Falmouth

Split jurisdiction between town, state makes fixes to roadway difficult → Read More

Early ticket sales promising for Steamship Authority

Reservations for 2021 season up from last year's January figures → Read More

Two arrested, charged in attempted robbery in Hyannis

Nicholas Famigliette and Luke Matthews were due to be arraigned Tuesday in Barnstable District Court → Read More

As pandemic continues, winter season quieter than usual in Provincetown

As pandemic continues, the winter season is quieter than usual in Provincetown → Read More

Truro ZBA approves Cloverleaf affordable housing project

The Truro board voted unanimously to grant several waivers for the planned 39-unit housing project off Highland Road. → Read More

Worker injured by falling slab in South Yarmouth

A worker was flow to an off-Cape hospital Monday after a concrete slab fell on him at a home construction site in South Yarmouth. → Read More

Provincetown Select Board considers proposed TV shoot of 'American Horror Story'

Producers seek permission to film new season of 'American Horror Story' in Provincetown → Read More

Recreational pot shops on Cape Cod look to rebound from 2020

Recreational pot shops look to rebound from 2020 as more competition expected in the new year → Read More

Newly elected Cape Cod officials ready to get to work

State, county legislators to be sworn into office this week → Read More

Data to track criminals from Massachusetts automatic license plate readers flawed

Information from automatic license plate readers at Cape Cod bridges — and across Massachusetts — has been used to track and bust suspected criminals. → Read More

Dennis man reinstated to practice law

Jamie Veara, suspended in 2018, says he has no plans to resume work as an attorney → Read More

Barnstable County sees 203 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death

Barnstable County accounted for 203 of the new cases and one confirmed or probable death due to the virus. → Read More

Stimulus bill includes plan to expedite Cape Cod bridge replacements

Project among 65 prioritized by secretary of the Army → Read More

Man charged with killing mother held without bail pending evaluation

Andrew Baily, 25, pleads not guilty to charges including murder, strangulation in Falmouth District Court. → Read More

Zoning Board nears decision on Cloverleaf project

Panel pushes back on suggestion that renters won't be invested in protecting water quality → Read More