Sean F. Driscoll, Cape Cod Times

Sean F. Driscoll

Cape Cod Times

Massachusetts, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Cape Cod Potato Chips expansion under review

Cape Cod Potato Chips officially has a new owner, but the future of its Independence Drive production facility remains unclear nearly a year after plans were announced for a $20 million expansion. → Read More

New partnership gives Cape Cod Central Railroad riders the chance to tour glass-blowing plant

SAGAMORE — Passengers on the Cape Cod Central Railroad's seasonal excursion trains now have a new chance to stretch their legs, get a view of the Cape Cod Canal and see some glass blowing, thanks to a partnership between the rail company and the country's oldest glass company. The train ride now includes a stop at Pairpoint Glass Co.'s Sandwich Road facility and gives passengers a chance for an… → Read More

Take 10: It's fun and games for this company president

HYANNIS — The soft lighting and barely marred bowling alley floors at Ten Pin Eatery speak to the venue’s newness, but for one of the companies behind the family entertainment venue at Cape Cod Mall, it’s just the latest innovation in a six-decade history. Ryan Family Amusements, which along with Chapin’s Restaurant Group, opened Ten Pin in April, has been in business since 1958. For 41 of those… → Read More

Plans for former Benny's site still uncertain

The sale of the former Benny’s location has been completed to a Rhode Island-based commercial property company, but details have yet to be announced for what is next at the site. → Read More

Recycling policies tightening, costs surging in wake of China policy

If it seems a little tougher and more expensive to deal with household recyclables lately, it's not imaginary — and it's not going away any time soon. In China, a policy called National Sword has raised the standard for the amount of contamination allowed in recycling and banned certain types of waste from entering the country. Contamination rates of 1 percent to 3 percent are the industry… → Read More

Cape Cod Mall plans call for moving 3 tenants

Five Guys, Chipotle and Visionworks may have new homes if Sears redevelopment proceeds. → Read More

One injured in South Yarmouth rollover

SOUTH YARMOUTH – One person was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with minor injuries this morning after a rollover crash on Long Pond Drive, according to Yarmouth fire Capt. David Morley. The accident happened shortly after 7:30 a.m. near Witchwood Drive, Morley said. Only one car was involved.Long Pond Drive was closed briefly while the accident was cleared. The incident is under investigation. → Read More

Neighbor feels brunt of Cumberland Farms project in Brewster

Liquor store owner says reconstruction has killed sales. → Read More

A win for SCORE

WEST YARMOUTH — SCORE of Cape Cod and the Islands had some high-powered help to mark its 25th anniversary Thursday at its annual awards breakfast, held at The Loft restaurant at The Cove at Yarmouth resort. W. Kenneth Yancey Jr., CEO of the national SCORE organization, was the keynote speaker, making his first trip to a Cape Cod SCORE event in his 24-year tenure at the helm of the national… → Read More

Falmouth bookstore owners buoyed by small-business award

Eight Cousins reopened just three weeks ago after major flood. → Read More

New WHOI facility simulates beyond deepest ocean depths

WOODS HOLE – Imagine the weight of three SUVs stacked on a big toe: That's the pressure that can be simulated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's new pressure vessel, which is giving the ocean science nonprofit organization and the region's scientific community a state-of-the-art way to test the performance of marine technology at, and beyond, the deepest reaches of the ocean. The… → Read More

In search of Cape's next big idea

Young professionals group to hold live-pitch event. → Read More

Reaching out to Cape's youngest children

New and expectant mothers from across the Cape attended a community baby shower in Hyannis. → Read More

Cape employers left in the lurch by H-2B lottery system scramble for summer staffing

With just weeks to go until the unofficial start of summer, many of Cape Cod's seasonal businesses are still scrounging around for the workers they need → Read More

Take 10: Barking up the right tree

MASHPEE — A three-month gamble with a kiosk at Cape Cod Mall has turned into a two-location enterprise for Nicole Merriman and a business partnership that’s spawned a first-on-the-Cape entertainment venue. Merriman is owner and founder of Hot Diggity, a boutique pet store with locations in Mashpee Commons and Dennis Port. Along with co-owner Ashley Carr, who bought into the business last year… → Read More

Vineyard residents irked by ferry service

VINEYARD HAVEN — Another public apology for the confluence of events that disrupted ferry service to Martha's Vineyard for weeks on end was not enough for dozens of island residents who aired their frustrations with the Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority at its monthly board meeting.Their comments Monday were not limited to the mechanical problems that, at times,… → Read More

Final Salute for Fallen Massachusetts Police Officer

Thousands of mourners, including police from across New England and local, state and federal lawmakers, gathered both inside and outside the church and lined the streets of Yarmouth to honor the life of Sgt. Sean Gannon. → Read More

Calls to Hold Judges Accountable After Slaying of Massachusetts Police Officer

The man charged in Yarmouth Police Officer Sean Gannon's murder, 29-year-old Thomas Latanowich, has 125 prior criminal charges on his record. → Read More

Don't delay: Tuesday is Tax Day

Forms must be submitted by midnight to avoid penalty. → Read More

Death of Officer Sean Gannon tears fabric of Yarmouth community

In the days since Yarmouth police Officer Sean Gannon was gunned down while serving a warrant in Marstons Mills, seemingly every corner of Cape Cod has → Read More