Jeannette Hinkle, Cape Cod Times

Jeannette Hinkle

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Massachusetts, United States

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Recent articles by Jeannette:

Yarmouth's special town meeting postponed one week because of weather

The new date for the special town meeting is Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. → Read More

'Critically important': Historic wastewater decisions go before Yarmouth voters Tuesday

Town Manager Robert Whritenour said the wastewater project is “critically important" to the town's environmental and economic future. → Read More

Twin Brooks owner says other proposals for the property are "non-starters"

“As an individual investor, I am not prepared to minimize the return on an investment I made,” Wesley Finch responded to neighbors ' alternative plan. → Read More

Barnstable Land Trust hires firm to design alternative vision for Twin Brooks project

Trust officials plan to propose a design concept that would better balance open space and housing needs than the suggested rental-housing complex. → Read More

State Sen. Susan Moran on proposed gun range plan: "Start over and do it right"

State Sen. Susan Moran, D-Falmouth, issued a statement critical of the gun range proposal after county commissioners urged state regulators to reject it. → Read More

What to know about Barnstable County Commissioners' opposition to the proposed gun range

The Barnstable County Board of Regional Commissioners voted to send letters to state regulators strongly opposing a proposed machine gun range. → Read More

312-unit Hyannis apartment complex undergoing state environmental review

The public has until Sept. 21 to comment on Emblem Hyannis' plan to develop an apartment complex at the site of Twin Brooks Golf Course. → Read More

'A hodgepodge': Draft PFAS assessment plan for Barnstable fire academy plume is inadequate

“We know how to do this. It just takes resources and the right people to do it,” said Tom Cambareri, a hydrogeologic consultant. PFAS remain sky-high. → Read More

County offers free COVID testing on Thursdays and Sundays at Barnstable County Fairgrounds

Testing will be offered two days a week, Thursdays and Sundays, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., beginning on Aug. 26. → Read More

Police heavyweight William Bratton reflects on this moment in policing

William Bratton, former Boston, New York and LA police commissioner, was in Mashpee to promote his new book, "The Profession." → Read More

A $500,000 Powerball ticket sold in Dennis was claimed one day before it expired

The winner bought the winning ticket at a Mobil in South Dennis 364 days prior to cashing it in. → Read More

Yarmouth selectmen to hear new wastewater plans tonight

In the fall, Yarmouth town meeting voters will be asked to approve funding the next stages of the project. → Read More

One dead, two seriously injured in head-on crash in Falmouth

Fawn Willson died in a head-on crash between two vehicles on Sandwich Road in Falmouth on Monday. Two others were seriously injured, said police. → Read More

How a Hyannis golf course became the poster child for the Cape Cod's development future

The battle over development plans for Twin Brooks Golf Course in Hyannis includes different outlooks as the area balances housing and the environment. → Read More

CDC study of Provincetown COVID outbreak: 74% of Mass. visitors infected were fully vaccinated

Mask wearing will be crucial to keeping infections of the COVID-19 delta variant under control, the study states. → Read More

Arts Foundation of Cape Cod named official county arts agency, for now

The designation is limited, and was put in place by County Commissioners solely to qualify the organization for a $150,000 relief grant. → Read More

New Shepard Fairey artwork will fly over Cape beaches all summer. Here's why.

Hospitals are required to publish the cost of medical procedures for insurance companies and individuals under a federal law that took effect Jan. 1. → Read More

Yarmouth sees aviation consultant to review airport plans

Resident concerns about proposals to expand airport operations prompted the town issue an RFP for aviation consultants to represent town interests. → Read More

Galvin to talk mail-in voting at Yarmouth Democratic Town Committee caucus on Saturday

Mail-in-voting provisions put in place because of the pandemic expired on June 30. → Read More

'I see it as correcting history': Yarmouth town seal under review

The Yarmouth town seal shows a tipi, rather than the wetu, the dwelling used by the Wampanoag, and a headdress and bow not associated with the tribe. → Read More