A much-loved art installation has been replicated and returned to its proper place outside an animal hospital on Route 130 in Mashpee.
Devan M. Atanian is rallying young voters to raise their voices at Town Meeting this May, and she plans to begin by leading a discussion at Bobby Byrne’s Restaurant & Pub
The Harlem Wizards will play at Mashpee High School on Friday, May 2, with a combination of basketball and laughter to raise funds for the construction of the Kenneth C. Coombs School’s therapeutic playground.
Quashnet School counselor Greta G. McCue was honored yesterday with the Mashpee Kiwanis Club Unsung Hero Award for her work at the school and in the greater Mashpee community.
Kenneth E. Marsters has been a force in Mashpee elected politics for nearly two decades, and his streak shows no sign of coming to an end.
Bill (Spaceman) Lee prefers the Cape atmosphere in the off-season, when no one is here. “Somehow I end up at that [Mashpee] rotary and then I just end up in New Seabury,” he laughed. “I don’t know how that happens.”
A suspect wanted in connection with the attempted murder of a 26-year-old woman in Mashpee has surrendered to police.
The plans include two separate fires on Orenda Wildlife Trust property off Lovell’s Lane as well as a burn behind the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s new government and community center on Great Neck Road South.