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School officials want feedback from parents when it comes to school start time, commercial fishermen conduct training exercises in Hyannis Harbor today, and we have details about the Barnstable High School drama club’s annual haunted house.
Non-resident Sandy Neck stickers will cost more next summer, the School Committee is discussing a project that would upgrade the athletic fields at Barnstable High School, and the Barnstable Senior Center is getting help from two grants.
Barnstable police nab a bank robber, Sandy Neck fees on the rise, and a water works project to begin this week on Yarmouth Road. These stories and more on our October 21, 2014 edition of Barnstable Today.
How Town Officials are making sure they have a protocol in place to deal with Ebola, a project to replace aging Barnstable Public School trailers could cost more than projected, and a new program will help nurses get their Bachelor’s degree right here on Cape Cod.
Town Council again postpones a vote related to the West Barnstable Shooting Range, Town Council approves a request for funds to make repairs to Barnstable High School, and rabies bating is set to begin next week in Barnstable.
Some tree clearing will soon need to happen near the Barnstable Municipal Airport, the Health Division hosts its first flu clinic of the season and find out where you can get pumpkins just in time for Halloween.
Barnstable police arrest a Hyannis woman following a bank robbery, students evacuate Barnstable High school twice last week after two bomb threats were made, and updates are being made to the Paine Black House in West Barnstable.
Barnstable High School Students will soon have a new set of graduation requirements, the School Committee reviews the district’s MCAS scores, and a weekend celebration of Barnstable resident and author Kurt Vonnegut, these stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
The Town of Barnstable is taking steps to streamline regulatory processes, Barnstable teachers will be getting extra training this week, and Cape Cod Community College is looking for new wastewater technology.
Town Council votes to accept two grants, approves a measure that will allow the council to write letters of support for non-profit organizations, and voted to allow boards, committees and commissions to have alternate members.