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As the East Coast shivers through an unusually cold early spring, parts of New England are bracing for a storm that could bring additional snow. More than half a foot of snow is expected to hit Southeastern Massachusetts on Tuesday evening into
17 AM E-mail this article To: Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article Temperatures are running cold enough today so I can call this more of a January-like day rather
With the center of the storm passing through the ocean east of Massachusetts, the hardest hit areas are expected to be on Cape Cod and the islands. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch Tuesday evening through Wednesday afternoon
The Rochester Land Trust will hold its annual meeting and potluck dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Rochester Congregation Church Fellowship Hall, 11 Constitution Way...Charles "Chuck" Samaris, commander and district engineer for the Army Corps of
You could buy 100 million barrels of cranberries, which cost about $10 a barrel, according to recent reports...With each barrel weighing 100 pounds, you'd have to find a way to move a total of 5 million tons of Massachusetts' official state berry.
Mass. (AP) The trial of a Wareham man charged with killing a Cape Cod woman in 2005 has started. Jury selection in the murder trial of John Rams Jr. started Monday in Barnstable Superior Court. Rams' attorney also asked that information about his
The Wareham Finance Committee hosted a comprehensive presentation last Wednesday from the Superintendent of the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School of Bourne who detailed his school's $12.4 million budget for fiscal year 2015 and its impact on
Residents from across Cape Cod are planning to converge on the Statehouse to call on Gov. Deval Patrick to help shut down the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth. Activists are tying their visit Monday to the eve of the third anniversary of the
The National Park Service says there were nearly 10.5 million visitors to national parks in Massachusetts in 2012. Those visitors spent more than $500 million, helping support about 6,500 jobs. The Cape Cod National Seashore, one of more than a dozen
A Cape Cod foster child under DCF watch has been missing for more than six weeks a startling development that contradicts last month's testimony by agency boss Olga Roche that all 36,000 Bay State kids under the department's care were safe and sound.