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The Woods Hole Film Festival recently announced its 2019 lineup. A total of 53 feature length and 110 short films will screen during the festival... [Read More]
No one was injured when a six-wheel dump truck drove off the causeway near protected marshland on Monomoscoy Island Road on Friday afternoon, June 14. [Read More]
Students and staff at the Forestdale School donned their red, white and blue and gathered in front of the school to celebrate the Stars and... [Read More]
Could public internet rival Comcast in Falmouth? [Read More]
Eulogies were given by selectman Carol A. Sherman, assistant town manager Wayne E. Taylor, and town manager Rodney C. Collins. Deacon Frank Fantasia led a... [Read More]
It's difficult to be a dad in children's literature. Dads basically have two options. They are either terrible dads, such as Huck Finn's drunken, abusive... [Read More]
The Falmouth Recreation Department will hold a community yard sale Saturday, June 15, from 10 AM to 1 PM at the Gus Canty Community Center.... [Read More]
Three people were taken to the hospital following a three vehicle crash on Scenic Highway Thursday June 13. [Read More]
This was a sad week for those involved in government service in the Town of Mashpee. Not only did 20-year selectman John J. Cahalane die,... [Read More]
School's out for summer! Families are invited to join us for our first-ever Family Unicorn Bike Week. Come visit our Book Bike on the library... [Read More]
75 Years Ago... [Read More]
A look back at stories that made headlines this week in The Sandwich Enterprise:... [Read More]
Have you ever carefully watched your cat move through its world? Faster than the fastest human sprinter. Effortlessly performing mid-air twists that an Olympic gymnast... [Read More]
A variety of programs and activities are coming up for Mashpee seniors at 26 Frank E. Hicks Drive. [Read More]
My best sister friend Gail Melix, a registered nurse, wrote these words of wisdom for my upcoming book. I found her words to be so... [Read More]
Tory Sivco, 2014 Sandwich High School alum, competed in her third marathon this year on April 14 in Paris. Sivco was a two-year captain on... [Read More]
Before Great White sharks made their presence known, there were large numbers of another Apex species migrating to the Cape every summer, instigating fear and... [Read More]
One question I have always had regarding fish is what their reaction is to having a fleet of boats parked right on top of them. [Read More]
As the winter winds die down and the summer sun returns, many of us are dusting off our bikes, skates, and walking shoes and dreaming... [Read More]
Cape Harmony, a 10-women a cappella singing group composed of singers from all over the country, will be performing every Friday in the summer beginning... [Read More]