The nine Cape towns have received $50,000 from the state to help protect the public from great white sharks, but it’s less than they wanted.
After several shark sightings last summer, officials are brainstorming ways to keep Massachusetts beaches open and safer in the future.
A 20-foot shark was spotted just a few hundred feet off of Nauset Beach on Friday.
A Cape Cod man is facing several disturbing charges after investigators say he spent two days living underneath the bathroom of a trailer home.
The 21-pound lobster that was caught off Cape Cod will now live at the New England Aquarium.
A 21-pound lobster recently caught off Nauset Beach in Orleans is now on display.
It’s long, has a menacing fin and was last seen shadowing a kayaker Saturday at a Cape Cod beach. But, it may not have been a great white shark after all.
A popular Cape Cod beach was reopened on Sunday, one day after it had to be closed because of a shark sighting.
A 14-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital after being struck by a boat propeller on Saturday off Orleans.
Lifeguards at Nauset Beach in Orleans ordered swimmers to evacuate the water on Saturday after a confirmed shark sighting.
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