Cynthia McCormick, Cape Cod Times

Cynthia McCormick

Cape Cod Times

Barnstable, MA, United States

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Recent:
  • Cape Cod Times
Past:
  • The Taunton Gazette
  • WickedLocal
  • MetroWest Daily News
  • Milford Daily News
  • Govtech.com
  • The Enterprise
  • Providence Journal

Recent articles by Cynthia:

484 new COVID-19 cases reported in past two weeks on Cape

Over the past seven days there were four COVID-19 deaths on Cape Cod and seven over the last two weeks. → Read More

Outgoing Barnstable school superintendent to take helm of proposed charter school

Barnstable School Superintendent Meg Mayo-Brown is taking a new role next fall as executive director of a proposed early-college charter school. → Read More

Bourne school board member says she was fired from teaching job over social media posts

Bourne School Committee member Kari MacRae was fired from her new teacher position at Hanover High School due to her contentious social media posts. → Read More

Cape Cod Hospital extends Regeneron treatment unit as COVID delta variant ticks up

A mobile clinic that provides monoclonal antibody treatments, called Regeneron, to COVID patients will remain on Cape Cod until the end of the year. → Read More

Are Lyme disease cases up or down on Cape? Pandemic undermines tick disease reporting.

CDC says only six confirmed cases in all of Massachusetts → Read More

Barnstable County has two free COVID-19 testing sites

As number of positive COVID-19 cases rises on the Cape, Barnstable County officials want to remind people that they operating 2 free testing sites. → Read More

Dozens of Cape Cod students have COVID-19 after start of school year

Dozens of Cape public school students have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the school year. → Read More

Should a Bourne School Committee member resign because of her TikTok videos? Some say yes

Bourne teachers wants School Committee member Kari MacRae to resign after her controversial TikTok video comments on gender identification and race. → Read More

'Better safe than sorry': Schools use COVID 'Test and Stay' program to try to keep students in class

With no remote learning option this year, school officials hope testing of student with close contact to COVID-19 can cut down on long quarantines. → Read More

Biden vaccine mandate could affect 500 unvaccinated Cape Cod Healthcare employees

The new COVID-19 vaccine requirements announced by President Joe Biden could affect hundreds of employees at Cape Cod Healthcare. → Read More

In historic effort, rabies on Cape Cod again being fought on land and in the air

The fight against raccoon-variant rabies is again taking to the Cape skies in what will be the largest land and air effort in Massachusetts history. → Read More

As deadline for vaccine mandate nears, nursing homes expect few holdouts

A small number of nursing home employees plan to leave their jobs rather than comply with a state COVID-19 vaccination mandate on Cape Cod. → Read More

Attendance triples for International Overdose Awareness Day vigil

People gathered Tuesday night at Smuggler's Beach in South Yarmouth to remember loved ones and seek hope. → Read More

As Henri approaches, Baker tells travelers to 'delay any trips to the Cape'

Gov. Charlie Baker said in a noon press conference Friday that state residents and travelers should stay off the roads Sunday and singled out Cape travelers in particular. → Read More

Gov. Baker asks Cape Cod travelers to stay off bridges and roads Sunday

As Tropical Storm Henri threatens Cape Cod, Gov. Charlie Baker asked vacationers and residents headed on and off Cape to complete travel by Saturday. → Read More

COVID-19 testing sites expand across the Cape

As the delta variant boosts the number of COVID-19 cases on Cape Cod, health officials are expanding testing opportunities, many of which are free. → Read More

Nantucket health officials won't consider occupancy limits — for now

Nantuket health officials are holding off imposing occupancy restrictions on businesses at this point. → Read More

Wellfleet indoor mask order goes into effect Friday

The Wellfleet Board of Health voted Wednesday to impose an indoor mask order that goes into effect Friday. → Read More

Family of mental health center employee who died sues state for records on COVID outbreak

Former wife of facilities director believes records will bolster claim for worker's comp benefits for couple's two young sons → Read More

Falmouth Road Race officials requiring masks at the starting line

Organizers of the Falmouth Road Race are requiring runners to wear surgical masks provided when they pick up their numbers, ride the shuttle buses and wait to cross the starting line. → Read More