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A community gathers to remember the many lives lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks that occurred 13 years ago.
13 years after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 Hyannis residents gather together to remember those that lost their lives on that fateful day.
A new little league field will be built in Hyannis, we have an update on the West Barnstable shooting range, and we find out how the first week of school went for Barnstable students.
Details from last night's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Town Council meets tonight, we have details about what is on the agenda. Plus, the Cape Cod Commission wants to make one local roadway safer, you'll find out where.
Upgrades to Veteran's Beach Park get the green light from the Conservation Commission. unemployment numbers fall in Barnstable County in July, and Finance Director Mark Milne talks about an upcoming audit.
Police are still searching for a robber following a hotel invasion over the weekend, a main street gift shop is robbed Saturday, and road projects are set to begin this week.
The Barnstable Agricultural Commission is exploring increasing the town's community garden stock. Experts stopped by this week's Ag Com meeting - and we break it down for you on this episode of Barnstable Today. Plus: Fireworks this Saturday in Lewis Bay!
The Cape Cod Commission has released its Draft 208 Water Quality Plan Update. Barnstable Today's Sarah Colvin spoke with Commission executive Paul Niedzwiecki about the plan, the public comment period, and the future of wastewater management on Cape Cod.