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Tonight Hyannis water district voters will decide the fate of the proposed new fire station, the Centerville Osterville Marstons Mills Fire Department is hosting a Narcan training session tonight to combat opiate related overdoses and Massachusetts towns could get more local aid from the state this year. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Barnstable police responded to three opiate related overdoses over the weekend, we talk with Police Chief Paul MacDonald about the epidemic plaguing our community and town officials want to take a good look at recreation fields in an effort to plan for future use, plus despite all the snow this winter projects to update two town boat ramps are nearing completion.
The Department of Public Works is looking to start making some improvements to Barnstable Village, using the parking meters at Bismore Park will be a little easier this summer and we find out how the Hyannis Marathon went over the weekend with Police Chief Paul MacDonald.
We take a look at the future of weekend train service to the Cape from Boston, we could see some Olympians at an upcoming hockey tournament in Hyannis and we have details about a slew of great activities coming up at the Barnstable Senior Center.
The Conservation Commission discusses the placement of three new pump out facilities in Hyannis Harbor, tourism officials hope a new plan will help promote off road biking on Cape Cod and the state recognizes a local arts group.
On this episode of Barnstable Today, we talk about the weekend snow storm with Chief of Police Paul MacDonald and Assistant DPW director Rob Steen. Then, Chief MacDonald discusses some drug-related arrests over the weekend, along with the epidemic of overdoses we've seen in our community this year.
A new police sub-station is in the works for Marstons Mills, a town solar project is coming along despite the winter weather we’ve been experiencing and we get a look at sports with Brenna McCoubrey.
The Massachusetts Audubon Society released a snowy owl on Sandy Neck Beach Thursday. We have details on why they are on Cape Cod and how you can track it's migration back to the Arctic.
Town sewer and water rates could soon be one the rise, a snowy month means the airport is busy keeping runways clear and stimulating the economy is a major priority for one town board. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
A pot growing operation is uncovered in Hyannis, this winter’s storms are taking a toll on the town’s snow removal budget, and we have details about an opportunity to run the snack bar at Sandy Neck Beach. These stories on this episode of Barnstable Today.