Chatham News

Jo Ives Broke Town Gender Barriers

First Woman Elected To Board Of Selectman Dies At 99 CHATHAM – For more than 275 years, half ...

AG: Monomoy School Com Violated Open Meeting Law

The Monomoy Regional School Committee violated the state's Open Meeting Law in March when it dis...

Retired Minister's Book Of Prayers Benefits Alzheimer's Support Center

When the pandemic hit last spring and the hunkering down began, Peter and Bonnie Brenner decided...

Harwich News

Route 28 Sidewalk Draws Strong Public Support

HARWICH — Close to 50 people tuned in remotely to the selectmen’s meeting Monday night to suppor...

Harwich Preparing To Lease Or Sell Two Town Buildings

HARWICH — Selectmen have instructed Interim Town Administrator Joseph Powers to prepare the nece...

Holiday Season Gets Underway In Harwich This Weekend

HARWICH — Christmas in Harwich will not be as festive this year as in the past, when traditional...

Orleans News

Orleans Terraces Residents Get A Royal Thrill

ORLEANS – This Thanksgiving, one of the most difficult aspects of the coronavirus pandemic is th...

Orleans Fire Station, Dredging Progress Depends On Dec. 1 Election

ORLEANS — With two outdoor town meetings and one presidential balloting behind them, voters will...

Orleans Chamber Names Chronicle Small Business Of The Year

The Cape Cod Chronicle won the Orleans Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Small Business of the Year Awa...

Sports

Winter Sports Are A Go, With Modifications

HARWICH – The modifications are many, but not enough to stop winter sports from happening, which...

Lights Out: Monomoy Boys Claim First-Ever Championship After Wild Ending

SOUTH YARMOUTH – The Monomoy boys clawed their way back from a 1-0 deficit to a 2-1 lead in the ...

Monomoy Field Hockey Claims Cape And Islands Lighthouse Crown

HARWICH – It was a strange season for the Monomoy girls varsity field hockey team, but the Shark...

Features

Nature Connection: Finding Gratitude In A Crazy World

No one will argue that this has been quite a year. It’s been a topsy turvy mess of sickness, m...

Bernard Cornwell Writes The Final Chapter In The Last Kingdom

“It's sad to lose Uhtred,” author Bernard Cornwell said of the hero of his Last Kingdom series o...

Flight Program Helps Scouts Earn More Than A Badge

CHATHAM – In the timeless classic “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the main character, Scout, tells her ...

Opinion

Our View: Thanks, 2020

Given COVID-19, the economic crisis and a nation deeply divided on issues of race, politics and ...

Letters To The Editor: Nov. 26, 2020

Found Shark Cove Cartoon Offensive Editor: Am I the only one who found your “cartoon” offe...

Our View: Patience

When a truck ran into trouble last week in the new roundabout at Main Street and George Ryder Ro...

Focus on...

Business: Addison Art Gallery In Orleans Celebrates Anniversary With Donations

The Addison Art Gallery in Orleans is celebrating its 25th anniversary this November with an unu...

Firefighters, COA’s Work To Keep Seniors Safe At Home

It’s no secret that most seniors want to remain at home as they age, but it’s important to make ...

Ayanna Parrent And Y12SR Bring Yoga And 12-Step Recovery Together

When an approach to a challenge works, people tend to stick with it. When two different approach...

Obituaries

William Anthony ‘Bill’ Kretschmer Jr.

Harwich - William Anthony “Bill” Kretschmer Jr., “N2KNL,” 63 of Harwich passed away on November ...

Norman F. (Fred) Tansey

TANSEY, Norman F (Fred), 88, of Chatham, passed peacefully on 11-9-2020 after a long illness, at...

Olive Bogue

Olive F. Hart-Bogue passed away peacefully on November 17th, in her home of 60 years, surround...