Cape Cod Businesses Expect Difficult Summer With CoronavirusCape Cod businesses are nervous about what a coronavirus summer will bring.
Cape Cod Baseball League Cancels 2020 Season Due To CoronavirusThere will be no Cape Cod Baseball League season this summer.
Cape Cod Restaurant Owners Brace For A Difficult SummerRestaurant owners on Cape Cod are hoping the coronavirus pandemic does not put them out of business.
Feds Moving Forward With Replacement Of Cape Cod BridgesThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday approved the final report on the project to replace the Bourne and Sagamore bridges with two new spans.
Mass. Leaders 'Greatly Disturbed' By Lack Of Funding For Cape Cod Bridge Replacements In Trump's BudgetIn October, a report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended completely replacing the “functionally obsolete” 84-year-old bridges.
First Right Whales Spotted In Cape Cod In 2020North Atlantic right whales, one of the world’s rarest large mammals, visit Cape Cod Bay every winter and spring to feed on microscopic zooplankton blooms. On Monday, researchers at the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) made the first right whale sighting in the area in 2020. 
$25 Million Waterfront Home For Sale On Cape CodThere’s a home on the market that could set a new record for Cape Cod real estate.
County Commissioner Criticized For 'Civil War' Poll QuestionA county commissioner from Cape Cod is facing criticism for asking on social media whether a "civil war" would be preferable to allowing radical socialists to take over American society and the U.S. government.
Warren, Markey And Keating Call On Army Corps To Replace Cape Cod BridgesThey are concerned that federal officials may still decide to repair and rehabilitate the bridges instead of building new ones as recommended.
Activists Aim To Ban Sales Of Plastic Bottles On Cape CodActivists on Cape Cod are working to ban commercial sales of single-use plastic water bottles at retail stores.
Truck Driver To Be Charged After Crash Into Dennis Overpass Causes InjuriesA 41-year-old Brockton man will be charged with operating to endanger, operating after license suspension, and an overheight violation.