Chatham News

Skull Found On Atwood House Museum Grounds

CHATHAM -- A human skull thought to be more than 100 years old was found by landscapers on the g...

Newsman Morton Dean Recalls Meeting With Fidel Castro

CHATHAM – In 1959, Morton Dean was a young reporter working for a radio station in Mount Kisco, ...

30-year Evolution Of Chatham From Space

Time-lapse images taken over a 30-year period by Landsat satellites, compiled by Google and rele...

Harwich News

Selectmen Still Shaping The Beat Of Harwich Port Music

HARWICH PORT — Setting the boundaries for music here has been a lot more challenging than town o...

Neighborhood Association Calls For Hinckley's Pond Treatment

HARWICH — As the community preservation committee begins deliberations on requests for funding, ...

Harwich Finance Director Gould Stepping Down

HARWICH — Finance Director Andrew Gould has informed selectmen he will be leaving at the end of ...

Orleans News

Something Fresh: Orleans Winter Farmers' Market Goes Weekly

ORLEANS — Now the Lower Cape can get its locally-grown food faster and fresher. The Orleans Wi...

Drilling Down On Details Of Water Quality Projects

ORLEANS — The many moving parts of the town's long campaign to remove excess nitrogen from its...

Do-it-yourself TV Is Hallmark Of Lower Cape Community Access Television

ORLEANS — If you're reading this on Thursday, Dec. 1, why not call Lower Cape Community Access...

Sports

For Local Women The Power Of Pickleball Is Friendship

HARWICH ─ When part-time Harwich resident Denise McClung won a pickleball tournament this fall...

Monomoy Football's Coach Demanche Inducted Into BHS Hall Of Fame

HARWICH ─ There are a lot of amazing memories wrapped up in Paul “Spanky” Demanche's 19 years ...

Keith Arnold Ready To See Monomoy Boys Basketball Into The Future

HARWICH ─ Several years ago, Keith Arnold was preparing to spend winters in Florida with his w...

Features

Family Pantry: A Life Ring For Our Neighbors

First, consider a few numbers. A decade ago, the Family Pantry of Cape Cod had an average of ...

Engaging 'Christmas Story' Begins New Holiday Tradition At Academy

Nostalgia can be a powerful force. It not only drives the storyline in the classic movie “A Chri...

Harwich's Amanda Kosloski Rings In Christmas With Boston Handbell Group

Amanda Kosloski of Harwich had been ringing with the Handbell Choir at the Pilgrim Congregationa...

Opinion

Support When Needed Most

Something we learned this week that surprised us: holiday season is not the most common time for...

Letters to the Editors, Dec. 8

Gun Comment Was No Joke Editor: I was surprised to hear a member of the Chatham Conservati...

Growing Old With A Grateful Heart

To retire or not retire – that is the question, to which I speedily and emphatically replied, “...

Focus on...

Seniors: 'Santa Tom' Eldredge: The Real Thing

Go ahead. Try to pull off Tom Eldredg'e Santa beard. “Ouch! It's the real thing,” he says, ...

Health: Chatham Considers Banning Tobacco Sales To Those Under 21

CHATHAM — In a time when intensive tobacco education has fallen by the wayside in many school ...

School News, Nov. 24

Chatham Elementary School CES is one of over 30 schools from all over the world to follow M...

Obituaries

Sophie Wanda (Mastalerz) Szlosek

            Sophie Wanda (Mastalerz) Szlosek, 96, passed away on November 8th in Chatham. ...

Ethel Grant (Forgeron) Porter

Ethel Grant (Forgeron) Porter, 92 1924 - 2016               CHATHAM - Ethel was born,...

Corrine Andrews Moore

Corrine Andrews Moore, 93, of Chatham, passed away Thursday, November 17.  Born in Quincy in 192...