Gregory Bryant, Cape Cod Times

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State rep. Tim Whelan announces run for Barnstable County Sheriff's position

State Rep. Timothy Whelan, R-Brewster, will run the next Barnstable County Sheriff. James Cummings announced last week he was not seeking re-election. → Read More

Brewster man, 68, dies after he was struck by truck while walking on Route 6

Justin Small, 68, of Brewster, was hit by Ford F-150 driven by a 22-year-old man from Willington, Conn., while walking on Route 6, state police said. → Read More

Three injured in early morning Hyannis apartment fire

A kitchen fire in a second-floor Hyannis apartment early this morning injured three people. → Read More

Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary opens its new Discovery Center

Mass Audubon Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary in Barnstable has unveiled its new universally-accessible, net-zero energy Discovery Center. → Read More

Northcross recognized with Cape Cod Commission's 2021 OneCape Award

She was instrumental in developing the Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund, led Cape on issues of transportation, housing and the economy. → Read More

Barnstable police conduct manhunt following stabbing attack on woman

Barnstable police are conducting a manhunt this morning following an attack on a woman who was stabbed multiple times outside her Centerville home early this morning. The woman was transported by MedFlight helicopter to a hospital. Her injuries have been described as serious. No further details were available from Barnstable police. → Read More

Storm surge warning remains as Henri could bring gusts up to 50 mph to Cape, Islands today

Hurricane Henri's path moved closer to Cape Cod and the Islands overnight, bringing with it the potential for stronger winds to the region. → Read More

Tropical Storm Henri 's presence looks much diminished on Cape Cod

Henri is poised to make landfall further west Sunday than our neck of the woods near eastern Long Island → Read More

Less than a quarter of Cape Cod unvaccinated against COVID-19

As of Aug. 5, 77% of eligible residents age 12 years and older are fully vaccinated in Barnstable County, according to recent state health data. → Read More

Wendy Northcross named executive director of JFK Hyannis Museum

Wendy Northcross, who retired June 30 as the CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, assumed her new role last month. → Read More

Bystanders rescue boater underwater in Harwich pond

Two bystanders rescued a person who was reported to be in distress in Seymours Pond in Harwich on Monday → Read More

As state returns to normal, drought conditions persist on Cape

In the latest report, Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides said the Cape continues to experience "mild drought" conditions. → Read More

Cape, Islands ferry service disrupted in advance of Tropical Storm Elsa

Elsa is expected to bring winds up to 15-25 mph today with gusts up to 40 mph, according to the latest forecast this morning for Barnstable County → Read More

Tropical Storm Elsa bringing high winds, rain to Cape Cod

Peak winds are expected in the 25-35 mph range, with gusts up to 45 mph. But the weather service warns of a potential for gusts of 58-73 mph. → Read More

Father's Day: In praise of those handy fathers

Renovating bathrooms and kitchens in our family home, building bureaus and cabinets, house renovations my father is the ultimate skilled handy man. → Read More

Sandwich police searching for missing woman, 81, with Alzheimer's

The Sandwich Police Department has issued a missing person alert and is seeking the public's help in locating an 81-year-old Sandwich woman, → Read More

Class of 2021 on Cape Cod in photos

The pomp, the bittersweet transition from one phase of life to the limitless possibilities of another. → Read More

They're coming: When should Cape Cod expect to hear 17-year cicadas?

While Brood X cicadas are now emerging in 15 states, but Cape Cod's Brood XIV of 17-year cicadas aren't slated to emerge from the ground for four more years. → Read More

Bourne Bridge repair work snarling morning commuter traffic

Lane restrictions on Bourne Bridge went into effect May 1 with travel restricted from two lanes in each direction to a single lane in each direction. → Read More

Slow news day, Cape Cod Times? Mike Birbiglia shares his #MomQuotes on 'Tonight Show'

The Cape Cod Times got a shout-out during #MomQuotes on 'The Tonight Show' by Mike Birbiglia, who moved to the Cape at 15. He grew up in Shrewsbury. → Read More