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Recent articles by Asad:

A space of waste: Bourne looks to expand its landfill, among the last in the state

Bourne is bucking a trend in trash disposal, as officials push forward with a major expansion at its active landfill. → Read More

'People need to feel safe': Support team to help resettle Afghan evacuees in Falmouth

A group of Afghan evacuees are expected to be resettled in Falmouth, thanks to a newly formed local organization of about 100 volunteers. → Read More

'A very significant loss': Falmouth High School Principal Mary Gans announces resignation

Falmouth High School Principal Mary Gans has submitted her resignation, effective January 3, 2022. → Read More

Victim of fatal Route 6 crash identified as Andrew Degan, 18, of Sandwich

The victim of a fatal crash Friday on Route 6 between has been was identified by state police as 18-year-old Andrew Degan of Sandwich → Read More

Driver dies after crashing into tree in Falmouth

The unidentified driver was transported to Falmouth Hospital and later died from the injuries. → Read More

Falmouth judge rules stabbing suspect a danger to victim, public

Cory Johnson is accused of stabbing his co-worker in Bourne on Monday. Falmouth District Court Judge scheduled a probable cause hearing for Nov. 15. → Read More

The Columns project sparks debate over use of public funds for private projects

Dennis residents will vote later this month on whether to spend $300,000 in Community Preservation funds on The Columns housing project. → Read More

Yarmouth hit and run victim dies from her injuries

A woman who was hit by a car while walking on Route 28 in West Yarmouth earlier this month has died from her injuries. → Read More

Fishing boat hits rocks off Yarmouth, four rescued

The U.S. Coast Guard, Barnstable Harbor Master and Hyannis Fire Department assisted in the rescue off Yarmouth. → Read More

New fire station tops special town meeting warrant in Dennis

Funds for a new fire station, equipment for the Police Department and money to help renovate The Columns are in Dennis special town meeting warrant. → Read More

Dog calendar creator resigns from job as attendee at Sandwich Transfer Station

Michael King said he resigned from his job at the Sandwich Transfer Station after he was told of complaints against him and worries about job status. → Read More

Cape Cod Commission approves proposed solar facility in Dennis

A 3.1-megawatt solar array proposed for a former golf driving range moves on to town of Dennis review now that it passed an approval milestone → Read More

Somber atmosphere blankets Barnstable during annual 9/11 ceremony

The Barnstable Fire Department and St. Mary’s Episcopal Church hosted a 9/11 remembrance ceremony to honor those who died in the attacks 20 years ago. → Read More

Cape Cod Commission to review proposed solar array in Dennis

The Cape Cod Commission will review the project, on 8.5 acres of the 13.9-acre parcel, as a development of regional impact. → Read More

Proposed machine-gun range gets another public airing

The Falmouth Select Board hosted a public forum for people to have their voices heard on the proposed machine-gun range → Read More

Ida's rainfall may help ease Cape Cod's drought

The Cape, which has been experiencing drought conditions in the past year, saw between 1.3 and 6.8 inches of rainfall from remnants of Ida. → Read More

Makeover: Sandwich officials seek consensus on demolition, rebuilding of cherished boardwalk

Sandwich Boardwalk was last fully reconstructed in 1992 after it was damaged by Hurricane Bob. It suffers from decay, use and accessibility issues. → Read More

A 'human 808': Teen ZYG Peters of Mashpee is prolific 'new-age composer' and performer

Starting as a freshman at Goddard College this fall, The ZYG 808 is already creating and producing music singles and started rapping in eighth grade. → Read More

Can Joint Base Cape Cod's proposed machine-gun range contaminate the water? EPA to review.

Members of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation praised EPA's review of the proposed machine gun range at Joint Base Cape Cod. → Read More

The fight for cleaner water: Pocasset Water Quality Coalition holds annual meeting

Dredging, fertilizer runoff and failing septic systems were named as contributors to water pollution at the Pocasset Water Quality Coalition meeting. → Read More