Zane Razzaq, Cape Cod Times

Zane Razzaq

Cape Cod Times

Boston, MA, United States

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  • Cape Cod Times
  • MetroWest Daily News
  • Milford Daily News
  • WickedLocal
  • The Herald News
  • The Enterprise
  • Arlington Advocate
  • The Patriot Ledger

Past articles by Zane:

Informational citizens' forum on proposed Sandwich 40B developments to be held Thursday

The Friends of Peters Pond will hold an informational session on Thursday about proposed 384-unit housing developments in Sandwich. → Read More

Confused about 'affordable' housing on Cape Cod? Here's a primer.

The Cape Cod Times has compiled an affordable housing primer to help residents and newcomers understand key terms, programs and where to get help. → Read More

Here's where Cape & Island congressional candidates stand on immigration reform, abortion, healthcare

Democratic Congressman Keating and Republican challenger Brown weigh in on immigration, healthcare and abortion, ahead of the general election. → Read More

Race to represent the Cape & Islands in Congress: What to know about the candidates

Jesse Brown and Bill Keating will face off for the Congressional seat representing the Cape and Islands this November. → Read More

Nantucket police say possible migrant flight headed to island Tuesday

A plane with "many similarities" to the incident that left about 50 migrants on Martha's Vineyard last month is headed to Nantucket, according to police. → Read More

Housing Assistance Corp. launches emergency fund to help people in transition

Funding will come from the state Dept. of Housing and Community Development, the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, donors and foundations. → Read More

Migrants staying at Joint Base Cape Cod settle in as they determine where to go from here

The migrants staying at Joint Base Cape Cod after being relocated by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are doing well and are determining next steps. → Read More

Why immigration reform been so elusive over the years

Legal experts explain some theories behind why comprehensive immigration reform has been so hard to achieve. → Read More

Hyannis Port couple sentenced for bank fraud, mortgage schemes

Barry Wayne Plunkett Jr. and Nancy Plunkett were sentenced last week in relation with mortgage fraud schemes. → Read More

Meet the two Republicans running to represent the Cape and Islands in Congress

Dan Sullivan and Jesse Brown will face off in a two-way race for the Republican nomination for the Congress seat representing the Cape and Islands. → Read More

Three fishermen rescued after canoe capsizes off Hyannisport jetty

First responders spotted the fishermen about 200 yards off Eugenia Fortes Beach. → Read More

What do Republican candidates for Cape district attorney say are top issues?

Melissa Alden and Dan Higgins fielded questions during a debate hosted by the Cape Cod Republican Club. → Read More

Bourne firefighters rescue two boaters who lost power off Wings Neck

Two unidentified boaters were saved from a sinking boat on Wings Neck Sunday afternoon, the Bourne Fire Department said. → Read More

Falmouth man arrested for allegedly sending bomb threat to Arizona election official

A Falmouth man was arrested on Friday for allegedly sending a bomb threat to a Democratic election official in Arizona, according to the AP. → Read More

Hyannis family faces eviction amid health problems and unemployment

Alessandra Dabliz and her brother, George Peznola, faced eviction from a Hyannis rental, following court proceedings. → Read More

New housing aid supports child-care workers, those working with people with disabilities

New Housing Assistance program provides housing financial support to child care workers and those working with people with developmental disabilities. → Read More

Brewster Woods soon to open affordable apartments that are also energy efficient

Brewster Woods, an affordable housing project in town, is expected to be ready for residents in September. → Read More

This Sudbury camp targeting kids with cancer can now offer 10 more slots

Camp Casco in Sudbury won a four-year grant to expand its summer camp for kids with cancer. → Read More

McCarthy Elementary School teachers cast no-confidence vote in principal

Framingham teachers cast a vote of "no-confidence" in their principal, Cynthia Page. → Read More

Why this Framingham elementary teacher knew it was time to retire after 34 years

Framingham teacher Colleen Gazard, who will retire after 34 years, taught Michael Ouellette during her first year. His son, Isaac, is in her last class. → Read More