Chatham News

By Narrow Margin, Bergstrom Unseats County Commissioner Cakounes

BARNSTABLE — In one of the final races to be decided on election night last Tuesday, Ronald Be...

Fish Pier Observation Deck Finally On Its Way To Being Replaced

CHATHAM – After several years of planning and at least two closures due to structural problems, ...

Trap Dock, Yacht Club Pier Won't Be Rebuilt Together

CHATHAM – The town-owned Eldredge trap dock and the Stage Harbor Yacht Club pier, which have exi...

Harwich News

Despite Setbacks, Round Cove Dredging Still Planned

EAST HARWICH — Tormented by persistent bad weather and equipment problems, the long-delayed Pl...

Miller: Walk A Mile In A Veteran’s Shoes

HARWICH — On Sunday, dozens of people gathered in the crisp air at Island Pond Cemetery to giv...

Jetty Plan Would Stem Erosion At Red River Beach

SOUTH HARWICH — At the eastern tip of Red River Beach, it's hard to miss the thousands of y...

Orleans News

Orleans To Take A Fresh Look At Its War Memorials

ORLEANS — The veterans memorial stones at Academy Place help townspeople remember those who fo...

Voters Agree To Pay For Nauset Dune; Dredging Issues Linger

ORLEANS — By a margin of 2,726 to 1,048 , voters Tuesday approved borrowing $1.1 million for ...

Sports

End Of An Era: Steve Wilson Steps Down As Monomoy Baseball Coach

HARWICH – In baseball, Steve Wilson encourages his players to take chances, especially if there'...

Athletes Of The Week: Monomoy Cross Country Strong In South Sectionals

When nine runners from the Monomoy cross country team ventured to the Div. 7 south sectionals la...

Monomoy Defeats Rising Tide Before Falling to Hull In Tourney

HARWICH – The Monomoy girls varsity soccer team played hard in the MIAA Div. 4 South quarterfina...

Features

Noted Children's Book Expert Anita Silvey To Speak At EPL

CHATHAM – Whether you are a child, a teen or an adult who loves books, an extraordinary opportun...

MRMS Science Teacher Nancy Gifford Named State Educator Of The Year

CHATHAM – Ask Monomoy Regional Middle School science teacher Nancy Gifford what makes science aw...

Author Leslie Meier Looks Back At 25 Years Of Murder

Bestselling author Leslie Meier of Harwich has just celebrated the publication of her 25th myste...

Opinion

Letters to the Editor, Nov, 15

Public's Charter Input Sought Editor: A charter review committee of five members was appoi...

Our View: Seal Culling Faces Major Hurdles

Any plan to cull seals would likely face extreme challenges, including overcoming the Marine Mam...

Letters to the Editor, Nov. 8

A Spooktacular Good Time Editor: Thank you to all the groups and individuals who worked to...

Focus on...

Business: Local Modeling Agency Focus Of 'Camp Runway' Series

Last summer a model scout hosted 12 young aspiring models in her Orleans home for a masterclass ...

Health: Broad Reach Launches ‘Fully Inclusive Care’ Program For LGBT Patients

NORTH CHATHAM – When seniors find themselves needing additional health care support, assisted li...

County Launches ‘Tickology,’ Video Series On Tick Education

Larry Dapsis has taken the message about preventing tick-borne diseases to school classrooms, to...

Obituaries

Virginia M. ‘Ginny’ Kangas

Virginia M. ‘Ginny’ Kangas, 85, of Harwich passed away peacefully in her sleep after a brief ill...

Mr. Robert L. Walsh

            Mr. Robert L. Walsh, age 74, of Chatham passed away on Wednesday October 31, 2018. R...

William A. “Bill” Cannata

            William A. “Bill” Cannata, age 86, of Plymouth passed away peacefully on November 2,...