Camp Good News
Just days after it announced plans to reopen, a camp on Cape Cod linked to sexual abuse allegations made by Sen. Scott Brown, is being sued.
Camp Good News, which closed for the summer after it was linked to sexual abuse allegations made by Sen. Scott Brown, has announced plans to reopen.
A 45-year-old woman is suing a Cape Cod summer camp that is already shut down after allegations of sexual abuse.
13 people have now come forward saying they were abused as children at Camp Good News, the Cape Cod summer camp where Sen. Scott Brown spent time as a boy.
The Cape Cod camp at the center of sex abuse allegations has decided to remain closed for the summer.
The Cape Cod camp at the center of sex abuse allegations has lost its accreditation.
The mother of the man accused of molesting three people at a Christian camp on the Cape says she tried to warn the camp about him, but was ignored.
A man committed suicide Wednesday at the camp linked to Sen. Scott Brown’s sexual abuse claim, as more people have now emerged alleging abuse at the camp.
Prosecutors are taking a deeper look into a Cape camp where Sen. Scott Brown may have been sexually abused as a child.
Sen. Scott Brown has told a prosecutor he doesn’t want to seek criminal charges against the former summer camp counselor he says sexually assaulted him 40 years ago on Cape Cod.