Cape Cod Towns Restrict Access To Some Ponds, Beaches To Allow Social DistancingWith so many people from off Cape looking for fresh air and open spaces, visitors have inundated some towns, and new restrictions have popped up.
Sharks Spotted At 5 Cape Cod BeachesAt least five Cape Cod beaches were shut down Thursday due to shark sightings.
Cape Cod Officials Cautiously Await COVID-19 Data From July 4th WeekendThis coming Saturday will mark two weeks since the 4th of July, enough time for local lawmakers to see if a busy holiday weekend caused a spike in COVID-19 cases on Cape Cod.
As Businesses Struggle, Home Buying Reaching 'Fevered Pitch' On Cape CodThe spring was a disaster, as revenue-starved businesses had to shell out for COVID-19-related changes. But there is a bright side.
Man Killed In Mashpee Boat Accident IdentifiedAuthorities identified a Boston man who was killed during a boat accident in Mashpee Tuesday afternoon.
New Executive Order On Work Visas Could Impact Cape Cod BusinessesA new Executive Order signed by President Trump restricting visas for temporary foreign workers may hurt some Cape Cod restaurants.
Mother, Son Rescued From Sand Collapse On Nauset BeachA mother and her teenage son became trapped under the sand after digging a hole.
Amazon Packages Held Up For Weeks At Cape Cod UPS FacilityPeople are calling Cape Cod the "Bermuda Triangle" for package deliveries and wondering where their Amazon and UPS shipments went.
Covid-19 Uncertainties Keep Some From Booking Vacation Rentals In Mass.Short-term rentals between one and four weeks will be allowed under phase two of Governor Baker's re-opening plan.
Uncertain Summer Ahead For Tourism In ProvincetownUnder the best circumstances, restaurants and hotels can begin re-opening as early as the second week of June.
More Than $20,000 Raised For 'Traumatized' Cape Cod Ice Cream Shop WorkerThe owner of the Polar Cave Ice Cream Parlour in Mashpee says a 17-year-old employee is “traumatized” after being berated by impatient customers.
Cape Cod Braces For 'Muted' Tourism Season Due To CoronavirusThe usually long lines bringing tourists to Cape Cod and the Islands are not expected this summer.
Coronavirus Impact: Cape Cod Hotels Hope For Regional, Late Summer BusinessMany hotel and inn owners have seen cancellations from Europeans. But they’re hoping to get a bounce from vacationing people within driving distance.
Cape Cod Residents Petition To Close Bridges During Coronavirus PandemicTo stop the spread of coronavirus on the Cape, some residents say it is time to close the bridges.
Ferry Returns To Martha's Vineyard After Steering ProblemMore than 80 people were stranded on a ferry in Vineyard Sound Monday night after the vessel encountered a problem with its steering.