Rachael Devaney, Cape Cod Times

Rachael Devaney

Cape Cod Times

Wareham, MA, United States

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Past articles by Rachael:

Sandwich opens smorgasbord of public activities at new Center for Active Living

The $16.5 million building will have meeting rooms, a full-service kitchen, gym, game rooms and a walking track. → Read More

Barnstable police investigate alleged collision involving D.A. Galibois

Barnstable police investigate an alleged collision Feb. 23 between a car driven by Cape and Islands District Attorney Robert Galibois and another car. → Read More

How to make Sandwich safer: LGBTQIA identity, inclusion talk scheduled March 9

Tracy Morin, an identity-conscious leader, will lead LGBTQIA discussions in Sandwich through Sandwich for All. → Read More

Sagamore Bridge lane closures coming. Here's what to know

The interruption of traffic flow is due to roadway and bridge structural repairs, according to Bryan Purtell, of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. → Read More

Donated bicycles give freedom to J-1 camp counselors in Mashpee

As about 25 J-1 students will join Camp Farley staff, the camp is hoping bicycles can help them explore the area during their time in America. → Read More

Classroom doors honor Black history in Barnstable. Here's how.

Students have been decorating classroom doors for Black History Month for about 10 years, said Elizabeth Freedman, principal of Barnstable High School. → Read More

At least 313 indigenous remains in Massachusetts will be returned to tribes. Federal inquiry ends for now.

Wampanoag repatriation officers continue to find tribal skeletal remains and sacred objects, after deep research at museums across Massachusetts. → Read More

After Chatham airport incident, how often do pilots forget to lower wheels when landing?

Chatham Municipal Airport manager Tim Howard said pilots frequently forget to engage the wheels of an aircraft during private and commercial flights. → Read More

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe re-elects three, adds three new faces to council

Three tribal members were re-elected to the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council on Feb. 12, and three were newly elected to seats. → Read More

'His influence reached many.' Saying goodbye to John Reed, shepherd for Cape Cod community

Since 1973, John Reed has shown up for civil and human rights on Cape Cod. He influenced many who will carry on his traditions, supporters said. → Read More

Get to know Barnstable High: Math classes, Mary Poppins featured at Feb. 9 event

A Barnstable High School tour on Thursday will show off student work in science, art and music, and a closer look at available studies and internships. → Read More

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council election: who's running?

In the Feb. 12 election for Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council, 11 candidates are vying for six seats → Read More

Classes canceled as Nantucket school computer systems held for ransom. Here's what we know

After Nantucket School computer systems were attacked by ransomware Tuesday morning, students and staff were sent home indefinitely. → Read More

Sandwich Boardwalk could be under construction by summer. One permit remains

After significant permitting and planning delays, Sandwich Boardwalk may be under construction by the summer. → Read More

Linell Grundman will be remembered as a strategic force in Sandwich

Linell Grundman is remembered in Sandwich for her political and social activism that contributed to the fabric of the Sandwich community. → Read More

Will 1920s tourism information booth at Bourne Rotary be saved? Here's the latest.

After a series of hearings for a former Bourne tourist booth built in 1928, a demolition delay was put in place by Bourne Historical Commission. → Read More

Mashpee Wampanoag to receive restitution after bribery conviction. Here's the latest.

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe owns land in Mashpee and Taunton, and has about 2,600 enrolled citizens. Brian Weeden is current Mashpee tribe chair. → Read More

Cape Cod Voices R.I.S.E. to support youth of color

A women-led racial justice nonprofit will launch programming to address racism in schools for students of color. → Read More

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe election date set

In the Feb. 12 Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal election, 13 candidates are vying for six seats. A candidates forum is Jan. 29 at the tribe government center. → Read More

On Cape Cod: Jeanne, Mary Morrison know frontline struggle for civil rights

The Morrisons raised their children on Cape Cod, but often traveled to visit George Morrison's mother in Alto, Texas. → Read More