Sandwich schools want more money for the coming fiscal year – and they may need taxpayers to fund a permanent override to get it.
A new face will be looking out from the Sandwich Board of Selectmen in May as John Kennan steps down.
In the not-too-distant future, the Sandwich School District could take on a very new look, with one school catering to elementary students in kindergarten to grade 3 and another serving middle schoolers in grades 4 through 6.
Homeowners on Town Neck spend the money to bring in more sand
Sandwich natural resources is looking to increase oysters, mussels, and soft-shell clams stock.
Police say men might be responsible for other recent break-ins
Richard Trott Sr. was serving as president of the charity's Cape chapter when the alleged thefts occured
Barnstable Superior Judge rules on former Sandwich School Superintendent Mary Ellen Johnson damages case.
We learned this week that John S. Jillson, a former selectman, lifelong resident of town, and longtime volunteer for the Sandwich Council on Aging, died on New Year’s Day, just a dozen days shy of his 92nd birthday.
Someone has been littering South Sandwich roads with bags full of kitty litter and syringes during the past year.