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A skydiving accident kills two in Marstons Mills, three members of the Barnstable Police Department will be promoted to sergeants, and the Department of Public Works is prepping for the FY 16 budget.
A new Mexican restaurant is coming to Hyannis, an undercover sting forces one local restaurant to close for a day next month, and find out how you can apply for a grant to promote arts in Barnstable and Yarmouth.
Federal officials gather in Barnstable to discuss climate change, the second season for the Cape Flyer is a success, and health professionals will gather in Hyannis next week to discuss mental health issues.
Barnstable County unemployment numbers remain low, multiple local business owners will be before the Licensing Board Monday, and town staff are already at work on the FY 16 budget.
A tragic shed fire in Hyannis takes the life of an eight-year-old boy, a grant will help the Barnstable Police Department pay for necessary equipment, and find out what town officials are doing to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
We cover Barnstable's successful 375 Town Picnic, on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Find out what’s on the agenda for tonight’s Town Council meeting, Barnstable Police open a new sub-station, and the Wings of Freedom tour returns to Barnstable Municipal Airport.
We take you inside the Wings of Freedom Tour that is now at the Barnstable Municipal Airport and talk with WWII Veterans about their experiences.
Town Council will again postpone a vote regarding the shooting range in West Barnstable, a project to improve roadways in Cotuit will soon begin, and the Barnstable Police Department will open a new sub-station tomorrow.
A community gathers to remember the many lives lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks that occurred 13 years ago.