Christine Legere, Cape Cod Times

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Past articles by Christine:

Local developer proposes cluster housing in Yarmouth

14 houses planned for 15-acre lot owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River. → Read More

Dennis fire chief set to retire in March

Mark Dellner has led department since 2004. → Read More

Dennis to study impact of treated wastewater on Swan Pond River

Select Board approves plan for an independent study of the possible impacts of treated wastewater discharge on Swan Pond River watershed. → Read More

Liquor store hit with 7-day license suspension

Yarmouth police say staff at Becker's Package Store sold alcohol to intoxicated customer. → Read More

Well-known promoter eyes Yarmouth Drive-In site

Bill Hanney, who owns cinemas on the Cape as well as live performance venues elsewhere, expresses interest in running venue next summer. → Read More

Yarmouth official's Facebook post sparks public outcry

Yarmouth Selectmen, Dennis-Yarmouth school officials say there is no mechanism for Joe Glynn to be recalled. He said his post was misinterpreted. → Read More

Promoter touts big changes for Yarmouth Drive-In

Adam Epstein hopes ambitious plan for large outdoor entertainment venue will win support from town officials and neighbors. → Read More

Historic white ladder signs to stay in Dennis

Town puts new rules and requirements in place to establish uniformity among slats. → Read More

Yarmouth neighbors vow to fight drive-in plans

Residents living near the former Yarmouth Drive-in are ready to take their noise complaints to selectmen. → Read More

After 6-year effort, housing for adults with autism opens in Dennis

2 duplexes will house eight young adults with autism. The residents just moved in. → Read More

Cape Cod Healthcare to cut back on midwife services

Officials say plan will restructure care at Cape Cod's only maternity unit, but nurses union says it will reduce patient options → Read More

Early returns: Town clerks on Cape Cod begin tabulating ballots

State provision hailed by some as a time saver ahead of Election Day → Read More

Yarmouth tavern, club allowed to reopen

State approves plans that address violations of COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Yarmouth tavern, club allowed to reopen

State approves plans that address violations of COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Dennis officials debate merits of ladder signs

SOUTH DENNIS — The white ladder signs, whose slats direct travelers to local beaches and various other hot spots, were a huge help to tourists navigating the Cape in days gone by. But have they outlived their usefulness in a time when drivers rely on GPS systems to get them to their destinations? Dennis officials recently considered the pros and cons of such remnants of the past, and decided… → Read More

Dennis eyes 2 parcels for affordable housing projects

An environmental assessment will be done on the town-owned land in Dennis Port, one parcel on Depot Street and the other next to it on Mill Street, to → Read More

Cape Cod town clerks say early voting indicates strong turnout

Massachusetts voters have a long record of turning out in large numbers to settle presidential elections, and Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin → Read More

Machine gun range meeting postponed

JOINT BASE CAPE COD — The meeting of the Environmental Management Commission on the proposed machine gun range at Joint Base Cape Cod, tentatively scheduled for Thursday, has been postponed, according to a spokesman for the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. The next regularly scheduled meeting of the commission, which oversees the Upper Cape Water Supply Reserve, and its… → Read More

Dennis, Vineyard towns back loan program for small businesses

SOUTH DENNIS — Dennis has joined with several towns on Martha's Vineyard in engaging TRI-The Resource Inc. to administer a new regional microenterprise, forgivable loan program to support continued operation or reopening of small businesses dealing with the economic impacts of COVID-19. The program aims to make money available to businesses disrupted by the pandemic until they are able to access… → Read More

Police search for Dennis Village Cemetery vandals

“The town was extremely disappointed to learn of these senseless acts of vandalism that took place at the Dennis Village Cemetery,” Dennis → Read More