Barnstable Today

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Barnstable Today: Wednesday November 26, 2014

There could soon be new regulations for storing boats on town property during the summer, we have details about how proposed state budget cuts could affect the Town of Barnstable, plus meet local author Caroline Kepnes.

Barnstable Today: Tuesday November 25, 2014

The Sandy Neck Board is prepping for the future, Habitat for Humanity continues it’s mission of affordable housing in Barnstable, and all Barnstable police officers will soon be trained to use Narcan.

Barnstable Today: Friday November 21, 2014

Details from last night's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.

Barnstable Today: Thursday November 20, 2014

Find out what's on the agenda for tonight's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.

Barnstable Today: Wednesday November 19, 2014

Some town fees could soon be increased; we have details from today’s fee hearing on this episode of Barnstable Today.

Barnstable Today: November 18, 2014

Beginnings of the FY16 School Budget, snowy owls return, and road work tomorrow. These stories and more on this episode of "Barnstable Today"

Barnstable Today: November 17, 2014

FY16 Budget discussions begin at this week's School Committee meeting, Cape Cod Community College president Dr. John Cox in India again, and Town Manager Tom Lynch visits with the Brazilian New England Chamber of Commerce. These stories and more on "Barnstable Today".


Barnstable Today: Friday November 14, 2014

A program to give diamondback terrapin’s a boost is in full swing, construction work to continue tomorrow in Hyannis, we’ll tell you what streets to avoid, and the town’s Marine and Environmental Affairs Department says thanks to it’s many volunteers.

Barnstable Today: Thursday November 13, 2014

Mobile food trucks will soon be coming to Whole Foods, road work continues today in Hyannis, and middle school students are honoring veterans.

Barnstable Today: Wednesday November 12, 2014

A string of car break-ins leads to 4 arrests, good news for local real estate sales, and a moving tribute to Veteran’s on the Town Green.