Jessica Hill, Cape Cod Times

Jessica Hill

Cape Cod Times

Athens, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jessica:

'Greener alternative': Cape businesses support plastic water bottle ban, seek substitutes

Brewster, Wellfleet, Falmouth, Harwich, Orleans and Provincetown all implemented single-use plastic water bottle bans Sept. 1. → Read More

What we know about the Provincetown plane crash as the investigation gets underway

A National Transportation Safety Board investigator was on scene Friday investigating a plane crash that sent seven people to the hospital. → Read More

Rip current risk statement issued for Cape and Islands due to Hurricane Larry

Rip current risk is in effect until Thursday evening, and a high surf advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. Friday → Read More

Four people injured in four-vehicle crash in Hyannis

They were taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries → Read More

Restitution hearing scheduled in Falmouth embezzling case

A Marstons Mills woman had pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $773,000 from her former employee, a North Falmouth marina. → Read More

Trial for former Mashpee Wampanoag chairman postponed

The trial is currently scheduled to begin Jan. 11, but the judge also proposed Oct. 12 as a trial date. → Read More

Hyannis man remains in home-confinement on rape charge

The probable cause hearing was continued to Nov. 19. → Read More

Coast Guard escorts fishing vessel taking on water to New Bedford

They used gas pumps to pump the water out into the ocean as the ship was escorted back to New Bedford → Read More

National Weather Service confirms it was a tornado in Dennis. Here's what we know.

Meteorologists investigated whether a tornado touched down in the Dennis and Yarmouth area when Ida swept across Cape Cod. → Read More

National Weather Service confirms it was a tornado in Dennis. Here's what we know.

Meteorologists investigated whether a tornado touched down in the Dennis and Yarmouth area when Ida swept across Cape Cod. → Read More

Man transported to Boston hospital after fire at East Falmouth motel

The cause of a fire in one room of the motel currently under investigation after materials found there were deemed not hazardous. → Read More

Barnstable man pleads not guilty to stabbing woman

Michael Harrington, a waiter, pleaded not guilty Monday and agreed to a dangerousness motion. He was held without bail. → Read More

'I assume the worst can happen': What the influence of 9/11 might mean for the future

As teenagers and children, they watched a terrorist attack on America. Some millennials have felt anxiety and hypervigilance since 9/11. → Read More

Plastic water ban, Wakeby Pond study top Mashpee town meeting set for Oct. 18

Articles to be voted on include banning the sale of plastic water bottles and changing the Board of Selectmen name to Mashpee Select Board. → Read More

Barnstable police search for shooter who injured man in his car Monday night

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Det. Steven Barrette at 508-778-3877. → Read More

Catholic priest charged with rape still going to trial Oct. 5

Hession is facing two rape charges as well as indecent assault and battery on a child 14 and under and intimidating a witness → Read More

Osprey nest catches fire on utility pole in Osterville

Capt. Chris Adams said it is very common for osprey nests to cause fires on utility poles → Read More

Woman killed in moped crash Saturday on Martha's Vineyard

The male passenger of the moped sustained serious injuries and was transported to a trauma center → Read More

Despite lack of funding, officials say Bourne, Sagamore bridges will be replaced

U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, said a press conference was to celebrate anticipated federal funding to pay for replacement of Sagamore and Bourne bridges. → Read More

Barnstable Deputy Police Chief Cabral on paid administrative leave

Barnstable Deputy Police Chief Mark Cabral was placed on paid administrative leave Aug. 9, but public information officer Mark Mellyn could not say why. → Read More