Denise Coffey, Cape Cod Times

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Past articles by Denise:

Silicon Valley Bank Collapse: Is my money safe? Cape Cod bankers respond.

“This is not a systemic banking issue,” Lisa Oliver, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod CEO and President, said. “This is not a government bailout.” → Read More

Nutritional security: Fresh produce is a SNAP at Cape Abilities Farm

Cape Abilities will offer spring and summer community supported agriculture programs for SNAP participants. → Read More

Thousands of Mass. students don't graduate high school. A Cape program gives them options.

MassHire Cape & Islands Career Center offers youth a high school equivalency program, skills training, job placement and paid work experiences. → Read More

Wellfleet needs to steady its financial future. It could take years, state says.

The state Division of Local Services presented a 37-page report to Wellfleet officials about how they can improve the town's financial health. → Read More

Police respond to barricade incident in Provincetown near Coast Guard station

Military-style vehicles were parked in the middle of the road near 125 Commercial St., according to Times reporter → Read More

Cape Cod deejay builds reputation for true-life stories in Ukraine.

On the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, WOMR DJ Anne Levine from Dennis is still bringing news from the frontline. → Read More

Immigrant entrepreneurs, small business expo coming to Hyannis

Business plans, legal advice and understanding business loans will be topics at an Immigrant Entrepreneur & Small Business Expo in Hyannis in March.. → Read More

Young professionals on Cape Cod want to hear from you, in new survey

In new survey, young Cape Codders can weigh in on housing, early education, child care, professional opportunities, healthcare and infrastructure. → Read More

Mass. families lose $1.7 billion in wages annually due to scarcity of child care

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Tom Weber, Cindy Horgan and Sandra Faiman-Silva call for accessible, affordable child care to help families and businesses. → Read More

What happens when a company scams you? How Solar Wolf customers could recoup lost money

Some Yarmouth residents scammed by Solar Wolf Energy might recoup money by filing applications with the Home Improvement Guaranty Fund. → Read More

Can American Rescue Plan money help close the Cape's equity gap? Maybe. Here's how.

Amplify is offering two programs with ARPA awards received in January. They have also added four new members to the Board of Directors. → Read More

A square 'rotary' for downtown Hyannis? Planners share their ideas

Details of design plans proposed for Great Streets Downtown Hyannis were shared at a public meeting on Jan. 25. → Read More

Can't pay your spiraling property tax bills? Here's where to find help.

Cape Cod abatements, exemptions, deferrals and tax-work programs can help soften the blow of spiraling property tax bills. → Read More

Mass. Attorney General announces free Abortion Legal Hotline

Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Campbell announced the state's free abortion hotline for people seeking legal information. → Read More

Chatham Fish Pier project had defective steel sheets. Here's what is next.

Defective steel sheets have delayed the Chatham Fish Pier project completion by two weeks. → Read More

Barnstable property values are increasing, but so are interest rates. Here's what it means.

Top concerns were addressed at the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce economic forecast event on Tuesday. → Read More

Lobster Pot restaurant in Provincetown is for sale, after 43 years for McNulty family

Lobster Pot restaurant in Provincetown listed for $14 million on Jan. 17, after 43 years with McNulty family. → Read More

Wellfleet offers subsidy for first-time homebuyers

Wellfleet, through its Housing Buy-Down Program, is offering a subsidy to an income-eligible first-time homebuyer. Here's how to apply. → Read More

Want safer streets in Provincetown? Here's how to weigh in.

The town needs to get public input before it can apply for funding through the state's Complete Streets plan. → Read More

Provincetown: Learn to save people who overdose, help yourself and neighbors in storm

Information about two free training sessions being offered at the Provincetown Town Hall. One is on Narcan, the other is on emergency preparedness. → Read More