Beth Treffeisen, Cape Cod Times

Beth Treffeisen

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Recent articles by Beth:

Tree House Brewery and Sandwich neighbors reach a settlement agreement

Town Neck neighborhood residents reached a settlement agreement with Tree House Brewery after neighbors expressed concerns about noise, traffic, parking. → Read More

Cape Cod car mechanics 'buried' as new car prices continue to reach record highs

Delayed repairs, high new-car prices, a shortage of mechanics and delays getting parts have combined to keep mechanics busy and waits long. → Read More

Former Animal Rescue League property to be converted to conservation land

After public pushback, a private developer now plans to convert part of the 18-acres of pristine waterfront land to conservation. → Read More

Group appeals Sandwich Boardwalk demolition decision

The demolition of the Sandwich Boardwalk was appealed, as the town works to replace the failing structure. → Read More

Removing PFAS remains a top concern of Chatham town officials

Chatham moves forward in keeping their drinking water safe by looking into ways of removing PFAS. → Read More

'It is about the community': Minister launches birthday campaign to help repair her Sandwich church

Leading up to Rev. Tina Walker's 40th birthday, she hopes to raise $40,000 to repair the structural deficiencies in her church in Sandwich. → Read More

Future of iconic Sandwich Boardwalk up for debate Wednesday

The Sandwich Historic District Committee will discuss the replacement and demolition of the Sandwich Boardwalk at a meeting Wednesday evening. → Read More

Computer woes continue: Buzzards Bay splash pad won't reopen yet

After a number of setbacks, the Buzzards Bay Park splash pad remains closed. → Read More

Water rescues: First responders prepare for another busy summer on Cape Cod

After the COVID-19 pandemic drew people to the water last summer, first responders believe this summer is going to be just as busy. → Read More

Lawsuit against former Bourne fire chief over an ID photo dismissed

A U.S. District Court judge ruled the former Bourne Fire Chief did not violate a firefighter's civil rights when he refused to have a photo taken. → Read More

Haven Center files appeal in last-ditch effort to open marijuana business in Bourne

The Haven Center is trying again to bring recreational marijuana to Bourne. → Read More

COVID-19 case numbers still low on Cape, Islands

The state Department of Public Health reports a decrease in COVID-19 cases as vaccination rates continue to grow. → Read More

Lack of funding biggest hurdle to Bourne, Sagamore bridge replacements

Questions went unanswered Tuesday evening after officials said that lack of funding is stalling the project from moving forward. → Read More

Association to Preserve Cape Cod seeks public records from Guard general

After a threatening email was sent earlier this month, APCC wonders if other similar threats were made. → Read More

All Cape towns had fewer than 5 COVID-19 cases in past 2 weeks

The number of reported COVID-19 cases continues to decline in the region as the vaccination rates creep upward. → Read More

One person injured in watercraft collision in Buzzards Bay

One person was injured in a watercraft collision off of Taylor's Point Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Cadets return from 'cruise to nowhere' to warm welcome from parents, family

Cadets returning from their 26 days at sea got a warm welcome from parents, families, and state politicians on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Splash pad at Buzzards Bay Park hits another snag

After complications and updates to make it accessible for children with disabilities, the splash pad hits another setback in its reopening. → Read More

Harnessing the tides: The future of renewable energy could begin in Cape Cod Canal

A tidal turbine being tested on the Cape Cod Canal could launch technology that becomes an important renewable energy source. → Read More

Back in the picture: Restored 1930s moviehouse murals to be displayed at Dennis art museum

Two giant art deco murals not seen by the public in 50 years were moved into the Cape Cod Museum of Art Monday to be part of an upcoming art exhibit. → Read More