Indoor baseball facility owner Terence J. O'Malley of Canton is slated to buy the Falmouth Sports Center.
The trial of John Rams Jr. for the murder of Shirley M. Reine began yesterday at the Barnstable Superior Court with expected drama as both the defendant and plaintiff gave their opening remarks and the jury heard from five witnesses.
Many employees are angry at the company’s decision made earlier this month to close the center on May 12, leaving all 113 employees without a job and 75 residents without a home
After a three-day jury selection process and a newly appointed presiding judge, the murder trial of John Rams Jr. in Barnstable Superior Court will not get underway until Monday at the earliest.
In a decision released Friday, a federal judge largely sided with the United States Government, finding that the government’s review and approval of the Cape Wind project was lawful and thorough.
Even with an offer on the table from Mashpee Commons Carousel of Light still has their hearts set on finding a Falmouth location.
As longtime Enterprise reporter Christopher Kazarian says farewell he reflects on the memories he made and the importance of local news in maintaining the fabric of a community.
Falmouth man discuses contentious topics during his campaign for Congress.
John Rams has been charged with the murder of Shirley Reine. Nine years after her death, the date of trial could be delayed.
Antidote seen as effective means for saving lives of drug users.