Doug Fraser, Cape Cod Times

Doug Fraser

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Recent articles by Doug:

Chatham special town meeting Sunday will vote on nearly $6 million for drinking water

Chatham special town meeting asked to approve $6 million to address PFAS contamination in two municipal drinking water wells and open others. → Read More

Wind farms blew jobs to the heartland. Will offshore wind do the same in Massachusetts?

As the nation’s first offshore wind farm readies for construction, Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts officials prepare to capitalize on it. → Read More

Blowing away the competition

Change is in the air with the offshore wind industry ascending. Will Massachusetts be ready with the workforce needed? → Read More

Competition fierce for offshore wind's a 'once in a generation opportunity'

Where will the components of the planned offshore wind turbine structures be manufactured? The answer is crucial for area communities. → Read More

Harwich special town meeting voters approve spending for wastewater and affordable housing

On Monday night Harwich special town meeting voters approved spending millions on wastewater and affordable housing → Read More

Warning about feeding coyotes after teenager attacked on Chatham beach

Chatham officials warn not to feed coyotes or leave food out after 16-year-old was bitten by a coyote while eating on Harding Beach in Chatham. → Read More

Harwich special town meeting: Wastewater articles for $2.1M project tops list

Harwich Special Town Meeting Monday takes on wastewater and affordable housing → Read More

Julie Kavanagh wins another term as Harwich selectman

Julie Kavanagh returns to familiar seat as selectman. She will finish out term of late Stephen Ford → Read More

Barnstable files motion to dismiss wastewater suit brought by environmental advocacy group

Barnstable filed a motion to dismiss a Conservation Law Foundation Clean Water Act suit Friday, saying it would hamper their cleanup efforts → Read More

Barnstable County Sheriff Jim Cummings announces his retirement after 24 years

Barnstable County Sheriff Jim Cummings, 72, announced he will not seek reelection after 24 years in office. He also had a 23-year state police career. → Read More

64-year-old Virginia man drowned off Martha's Vineyard Monday

Donald Reagan, 64, and a friend were caught in a rip current off Martha's Vineyard Monday. Reagan drowned but his friend made it to safety. → Read More

Brewster man who died Saturday while walking on Route 6 was a kind, gentle soul

Justin Small loved restoring cars and playing drums. The 68-year-old Brewster man was killed early Saturday while inexplicably walking on Route 6. → Read More

Coast Guard pulls swimmer from ocean off Martha's Vineyard

A U.S. Coast Guard rescue boat and helicopter crew helped find a missing swimmer in the ocean off Great Pond Tisbury late Monday afternoon. → Read More

If voters approve, Brewster is set to buy Cape Cod Sea Camps properties for $26 million

If voters approve the plan, the town will purchase Cape Cod Sea Camps for a negotiated price of $26 million. → Read More

Keating: Air Force agrees to pay for PFAS cleanups in Mashpee and Falmouth wells

The Air Force will pay to clean up PFAS in two public drinking water wells and private wells in Mashpee, and a public drinking water well in Falmouth. → Read More

A 'great opportunity': Brewster negotiates deal to buy Cape Cod Sea Camps property

Town officials announced Monday that they have reached a negotiated agreement to buy the Cape Cod Sea Camps property. Town votes are the next step. → Read More

Chatham calls special town meeting to deal with low water levels and PFAS in drinking water supply

Chatham special town meeting set to address drinking water problems → Read More

Cape and Islands towns get $1.45 million in state climate resiliency grants

State gives $1.45 million to Cape and Island towns for climate resiliency projects. → Read More

Woodwell Climate Research President Philip Duffy named White House advisor

Philip Duffy, president of the Woodwell Climate Research Center in E. Falmouth was named a senior climate advisor to the White House → Read More

'The only path forward': Debating affordable housing, Cape towns ask if bigger is better

The combination of a hot real estate market during the pandemic and rise of short-term rentals, has decimated rental and affordable housing markets. → Read More