Latest Barnstable County, Massachusetts Stories
Cape Cod Stranding Network coordinator Sarah Herzig says 10 dolphins have been stranded on beaches in the Massachusetts region in recent days. Herzig said eight of the animals became stranded on beaches in the towns of Wellfleet and Brewster on Christmas Day, followed by two more dolphins on Wellfleet
SENATOR Edward Kennedy, who has brain cancer, has returned home after hospital treatment. The 76 year-old was rushed into A&E after complaining of feeling ill near his Massachusetts holiday home, sparking fears for his health.
U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., under treatment following brain tumor surgery in July, was unexpectedly hospitalized in Cape Cod, Mass., Friday, officials said.
BUSINESS IN BRIEF Woman gets 61/2 years for tax fraud BOSTON - A North Dartmouth woman was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison after she was convicted on charges of paying more than $40 million in wages under the table through her temp agency to avoid taxes and workers' compensation insurance premiums.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet made a trip to Massachusetts to honor "one of the great and true friends of Chile," U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy.
It is interesting to note that two Maine airports, Augusta and Hancock County, received federal grants through the airport trust fund to improve commuter service. The airport trust fund is designed to improve air transport with dollars from airplane fuel taxes.
HYANNIS, Mass., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Albany, New York is the newest hub for Cape Air, the New England based regional airline, now offering three daily non-stop flights between the state capital and the three communities of Massena, Ogdensburg and Watertown.
By IRIS FANGER JOYS OF SUMMER By day, Falmouth Academy rings with the voices of children at camp, but at night, the actors of the Cape Cod Theatre Project take over, at least for the next few weeks.
By Doug Fraser, Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass. Jul. 18--ORLEANS -- If they could have voted last night, the Nauset Regional School Committee would have approved sending a proposed wind turbine project for the regional high school to town meetings this fall.
By Emily Canal, Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass. Jul. 9--SANDWICH -- Talk about lemonade out of lemons: Katheryn Maloney and Brady Cullinan made jewels out of this summer's cicada swarm.
- A political dynamiter.