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A cold-stunned Kemps Ridley turtle is rescued from Sandy Neck today - Barnstable Today brings you there. This story and more on today's episode.
Cape Cod Community College students in need will now have access to food pantry right on campus, an affordable housing project in the works for more than a decade is now complete, plus find out what one local organization is doing to help Barnstable teachers and students.
Police arrest a homeless man they believe is responsible for setting at least four Hyannis house fires, a five month investigation into a heroin distribution ring nets four arrests, plus improvements to Sea Street are taking shape. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Incoming town councilors were sworn in this afternoon, a dredging project continues in Hyannis Harbor and several ceremonies will be held in Hyannis Friday to honor President John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
The Town of Barnstable again earns a triple A bond rating from Standard and Poor’s, we learn more about what a triple a bond rating means for the town on this episode of Barsntable Today.
Barnstable residents honor veterans at a ceremony in Hyannis, Barnstable police arrest a Weymouth man for selling bath salts at a Hyannis convenience store, and the town is looking for a few good plow operators. Find out more about these stories on this episode of Barnstable Today.
It’s election day in Barnstable, we have the latest voter turnout figures. Also, plans are in the works for a dog festival on Craigville Beach. Plus we talk about protecting Barnstable’s water supply with DPW Director Dan Santos. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Main Street Hyannis will be buzzing with activity this weekend, we have details about a new fall festival and help is available for local business owners through the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. Plus, we get an update from Finance Director Mark Milne on this episode of Barnstable Today.
State Senator Dan Wolf announces he will not be running for governor, the driver in a fatal car accident last week is now facing charges, plus police arrest two and seize nearly 200 pills in a drug bust last week. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable This Morning.
Barnstable High School hosts "Challenge Day", an anti-bullying program that encourages students to look outside themselves and have compassion for others.