Chatham News

Children’s Fund: Get In The Holiday Spirit Now

CHATHAM — The holidays might seem pretty distant, but the Chatham Children’s Fund is urging supp...

Chatham Artist's Ginsburg Tribute Lands On New Yorker Cover

CHATHAM – The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hit Bob Staake like an emotional punch. “I...

Restaurants: New COVID Rules Help, A Little

For restaurants operating under strict public health protocols during the pandemic, any small bi...

Harwich News

Meet Fritz, Harwich Police’s New Vape Dog

HARWICH – The Harwich Police Department has a new member, and he’s here to teach kids in the Mon...

Harwich OK's Plastic Bottle Ban

HARWICH — The more than 300 voters who turned out for the annual town meeting on Saturday spoke ...

Harwich Town Meeting Finally Approves Operating Budgets

Special District, Multi-family Update OK'd HARWICH — It was long awaited, but residents final...

Orleans News

Forum Hears How Businesses, Seniors, And Students Are Surviving The Pandemic

ORLEANS — Townspeople got a report last week from the front lines in the battle against the COVI...

Orleans Wonders: Whose Job Is Economic Development?

ORLEANS — There’s no question the business community faces a challenging landscape that includes...

Improvement Association Can Beautify Anything – Even A Sewer Cover

ORLEANS — “Class” is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about sewers. Ed Norto...

Sports

The Changing Face Of 'Senior Season'

Senior Student Athletes Grateful To Play In The Era Of COVID-19 HARWICH/EASTHAM – Tyler Potte...

Riders Keep Rolling In Virtual Gasp In Support Of We Can

HARWICH – In the years before COVID-19, We Can Team of The Gasp, a long-distance fundraising cyc...

COVID-19 Ushers In New Era For High School Sports

Education isn’t the only thing that’s gotten a makeover due to COVID-19. So too have high school...

Features

Nature Connection: Farm Days

One of my favorite places to walk is an old farm that was bought by a town as conservation land....

How To Help

Officials are predicting a huge increase in food insecurity on the Cape this fall as a result of...

A Forgotten Bit Of History On The Monomoy Theatre Property

CHATHAM – A lot of attention is being focused lately on the preservation of the Monomoy Theatre ...

Opinion

Our View: Vote No On Monomoy Theatre Overlay District

It's unfortunate that the proposed Main Street Overlay District zoning amendment, scheduled to g...

Letters To The Editor: Oct. 1, 2020

Oppose Ballot Question 2 Editor: I strongly oppose Nov. 3 Massachusetts Ballot Question 2 ...

Our View: Unprecedented Need

The Greater Boston Food Bank is projecting a 59 percent increase in the number of people in East...

Focus on...

Health: Food Insecurity Sows Seeds Of Health Problems

Not knowing where one’s next meal is coming from causes more than just a rumble in the stomach. ...

Business: Restaurants Organize To Support Insurance Legislation

A local restaurateur is looking to marshal forces to advocate for a bill that would help restaur...

Senior Page: New Chatham UU Minister Ready To Help In Transition

CHATHAM – What a time to start a new job — during a pandemic. But that is exactly what th...

Obituaries

Dona Louisa Pike

Dona Louisa Pike (Patti), 79, of Orleans, passed away at home on September 22, 2020, surrounded ...

Robert Lawrence Kemp

CONCORD - Robert (Bob) Lawrence Kemp, age 88, of Concord, died peacefully at home surrounded by ...

Marjorie Joan Lovely Welsh

Born: Dedham, MA November 27,1931   Died: Harwich, MA September 26, 2020. Daughter of Weldon ...