Cynthia McCormick, Cape Cod Times

Cynthia McCormick

Cape Cod Times

Barnstable, MA, United States

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Past articles by Cynthia:

Cape Cod sees COVID-19 cases continue to decline

A weekly public health report shows 215 fewer COVID-19 cases in Barnstable County. One person died, for a total of 598 since the pandemic began. → Read More

Cape plastic surgeon named new president of Massachusetts Medical Society

Cape Cod plastic surgeon Dr. Theodore Calianos II has been named president of the Massachusetts Medical Society. → Read More

Cape Cod COVID-19 cases continue to decline for second week in a row

State officials said there were 2,561 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts, for a total of 1,722,244 since the pandemic began. → Read More

Centuries-old town of Chatham gets new monument commemorating the Revolutionary War

Chatham will dedicate its first memorial to the Revolutionary War on Monday at Chase Park near the Godfrey Windmill → Read More

Number of new COVID-19 cases on Cape Cod declines slightly

State health officials say the number of new COVID-19 cases on Cape Cod has declined slightly during the last two weeks. → Read More

Nauset middle school principal Keith Kenyon resigns; named in 'fat-testing' lawsuit

Nauset Regional Middle School Principal Keith Kenyon resigned a month after being named in 'fat-testing' lawsuit. → Read More

No masking orders in place as increasingly contagious COVID-19 yields to milder illness

Masking protocols remain vague amid rising cases of COVID as the busy tourist season starts on Cape Cod. → Read More

COVID increases on Cape Cod with nearly 1.5K new cases in 14 days

The state Department of Public Health said Barnstable County saw about 1,440 new cases of COVID-19 during its last 14-day reporting period. → Read More

Mashpee ex-police officer comes back from addiction to speak in Falmouth

Joe Kelley resigned from the Mashpee police force in 2009 after a drug addiction. He's recovered and hoping to help and motivate others. → Read More

Chatham trustees vote to buy land from Fall River Diocese for affordable housing

Chatham's Affordable Housing Trust Fund's Board of Trustees will pay $525,000 to Diocese of Fall River for land to build up to 22 bedrooms of housing. → Read More

As nation records 1M COVID deaths, Cape Cod remembers those we lost

The pace of COVID-19 fatalities has slowed considerably since spring 2020 when coronavirus tore through an unvaccinated society. → Read More

COVID-19 cases on Cape Cod increase as hospitalizations creep up and deaths remain low

Cape Cod COVID-19 cases continue to tick up, a state report shows → Read More

Cape Cod's lack of abortion services dates from 2008, and forces longer travel times, advocates say

Cape Cod's lack of abortion services forces longer travel time, and other barriers, advocates say. → Read More

Chatham annual town meeting seeks 7 new positions, preschool tuition, operating budget

The lack of capital projects enables Chatham to propose a smaller town budget while hiring more employees at the May 14 town meeting. → Read More

Three-way race for two seats on Chatham Board of Selectmen in town election

Only one contested race but voters face a ballot question trying to get state to ban Holtec from dumping radioactive water into Cape Cod Bay. → Read More

Damage from power surge closes Chatham town office; election and town meeting not affected

The Chatham town office building is expected to reopen May 13 after repairs for damage caused by a power surge. → Read More

Two Monomoy students, chaperone's flight home from London delayed due to COVID

Two Monomoy Regional High School students and a chaperone who got COVID during April break had to spend extra time in London while recovering. → Read More

COVID cases rising on Cape Cod but not all are counted due to popularity of home testing

COVID cases are on the upswing due to contagious subvariants like the new BA.2 subvariant that is about 30% more contagious than omicron. → Read More

Some Cape Cod nursing homes prove unsafe for residents due to labor shortage

In at least four instances within the past seven months, police have been notified of or called to investigate cases of nursing home abuse and neglect. → Read More

Celebration of Life planned May 15 for longtime Dennis-Yarmouth educator Kenneth Jenks

Life of veteran D-Y educator and administrator Kenneth T. Jenks will be celebrated a year after his death, as COVID restrictions have been lifted. → Read More