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The Enterprise News 9h
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The Enterprise News 10h
Cape & Islands Assistant District Attorney Tara Miltimore said that the Massachusetts District Attorneys have urged the Supreme Judicial Court to have the proceedings be as open and transparent as possible by live-streaming the event.
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The Enterprise News 11h
Every town on Cape Cod has now reported having at least one case, with Falmouth having the highest known number at 24 cases as of this morning.
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The Enterprise News 12h
As of this afternoon, more than 4,000 people had signed an online petition to limit access to the Cape.
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The Enterprise News 13h
If you or someone you love has tested positive for , and you are open to talking about your experience, please contact reporter Tao Woolfe at Woolfe@capenews.net.
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The Enterprise News 17h
“During this challenging time, writing can serve as a powerful form of therapy,” Falmouth author and educator Ted Murphy said.
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The Enterprise News Mar 29
Between Saturday and Sunday, the department confirmed 698 new cases in Massachusetts, bringing the total number of cases throughout the state to 4,955.
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The Enterprise News Mar 29
Sewn from available materials, sewers have coordinated with neighbors and through social media to gather material, cut fabric and distribute the finished product to senior housing facilities, health-care groups and the local fire department.
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The Enterprise News Mar 29
A post from the district on Sunday, March 22 stated that they miss the student, families, and teachers, and wanted to do something fun to bring the community together, even when they need to remain physically apart.
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The Enterprise News Mar 29
The school committee will hold a special meeting Tuesday, March 31, at 5:30 PM to discuss the current state of affairs. The meeting will be held via Zoom, and Dr. Duerr will send information to families on how to access the virtual meeting.
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The Enterprise News Mar 29
Although some facilities are closed, the DCR announced that all state parks across Massachusetts will remain open for people to visit, “should individuals and their families need to get outside for healthy, outdoor recreational activity.”
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
Pantry dishes, pandemic cooking, quarantine cuisine, stay-at-home fare—whatever you choose to call it, that’s what most of us are doing.
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
In a statement announcing his candidacy, Mr. Maloney said that the issues the town faces “are too important to allow weak or uncontested races for such an important position.”
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
Selectman Douglas C. Brown said at the Monday, March 23, board meeting: “Please don’t make us shut the beaches down. If you want to go out and take a walk, you should be able to, but let’s not get too many people in one place at one time.”
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
The Sandwich Police and Fire Departments have made some adjustments in how they are operating during the coronavirus outbreak, though business is continuing as usual.
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
“Today's action was cruel and it was unnecessary,” Mr. Cromwell said in the statement. “These are our lands, these are the lands of our ancestors, and these will be the lands of our grandchildren.”
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
The system will be pumped one last time in early April. By then, all homes that were using the system are expected to have their own private systems installed.
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
As public meeting procedures continue to adapt to social distancing precautions taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19, questions remain about how best to conduct the Annual Town Meeting, which at present remains scheduled for Monday, May 4.
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
The workers will have to keep the required distance from each other, but they will be outdoors and working independently, Mr. Boucher added.
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The Enterprise News Mar 28
"When the ship arrived [...], it was eerily quiet, the day was grey, water was still and only the line handlers were on the dock. No fanfare, no music or hugs. Only a few witnesses from a distance.”
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