Jeannette Hinkle, Cape Cod Times

Jeannette Hinkle

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Massachusetts, United States

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Past articles by Jeannette:

Homeless deaths increase on Cape and Islands: annual memorial day Dec. 21

At least 76 people who were once homeless on Cape Cod have died this year. They'll be remembered at a memorial on Dec. 21, the year's longest night. → Read More

Chatham children's giving spirit: Student-led toy drive will benefit Mass Appeal

Children at an elementary school in Chatham wanted to give back this holiday season, so they proposed a toy drive. The toys will go to Mass Appeal. → Read More

Martha's Vineyard migrant flight funding under investigation by U.S. Treasury Department

The Treasury Department is investigating Gov. Ron DeSantis’s potential misuse of pandemic taxpayer relief funds to fly migrants to Martha’s Vineyard. → Read More

Barnstable County voters should be on the lookout for mail-in ballot applications

Secretary of State William Galvin told the Times his office prioritized getting vote-by-mail ballot applications to Barnstable County voters. → Read More

Could a ship get stuck sideways in the Cape Cod Canal? It's unlikely, but yes.

The longest period that the Cape Cod Canal was closed because of a vessel-caused problem was roughly a month back in 1942. → Read More

Taxpayer lawsuit alleges Barnstable County Sheriff's agreement with ICE is illegal

Sheriff James Cummings is standing by the 287(g) program despite a lawsuit. He is the last sheriff in the state to participate in the ICE program. → Read More

Abandoned cranberry bogs in Yarmouth slated for wetland restoration by state

The state Division of Ecological Restoration announced that it would fund a series of ecological restoration projects, including four on the Cape. → Read More

More overtime fewer inmates: A look at Barnstable County Sheriff spending

A look at the Barnstable County Sheriff's overtime spending. → Read More

Barnstable County to seek public comments on how to spend $41M in COVID relief money

Barnstable County will soon ask the public's advice on how to spend $41 million in federal relief money from American Rescue Plan Act. → Read More

Yarmouth voters approve wastewater investments and zoning to allow new business types

Taken together, 3 wastewater articles passed by Yarmouth voters Tuesday represent historic progress on an infrastructure project years in the making. → Read More

Nor'easter will likely add to Cape Cod's supply chain woes, experts say

A global supply chain crisis has created shortages for businesses across sectors, including hardware, building and construction. → Read More

Is a ghost haunting the Wayside Inn in Sudbury? Two experts weigh in

Seve Pickford of Longfellow's Wayside Inn and paranormal investigator Laura Anno talk about if former innkeeper Jerusha Howe may be haunting the inn. → Read More

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