Sandwich

Cape Oyster Farmers Seek Punishment Over Stolen Goods Cape Oyster Farmers Seek Punishment Over Stolen Goods

CapeCodOnline.com: Victims of last summer’s oyster thefts that cost local shellfish farmers thousands in lost business and damaged equipment want a Sandwich business owner who accepted the stolen goods to lose his permits to sell fish. And some...

» July 12th, 2014
Fallen Fishmonger Fights to Keep License Fallen Fishmonger Fights to Keep License

CapeCodOnline.com: Joseph Murray says his friend made a terrible mistake, but not one so bad he should lose his license to sell seafood. Murray’s friend is Joseph Vaudo, owner of Joe’s Lobster Mart in Sandwich. Vaudo, 63, pleaded guilty...

» July 8th, 2014
Video: Visiting the Sandwich Trout Hatchery Video: Visiting the Sandwich Trout Hatchery

As you read this, state fish-hatchery personnel are busily stocking trout in lakes, ponds, rivers and streams throughout New England. To find out what’s involved in the process, I wrangled a personal tour of the Sandwich Fish Hatchery in...

» April 7th, 2014
Mass. Boating-Safety Course Teaches Life-Saving Lessons Mass. Boating-Safety Course Teaches Life-Saving Lessons

Terry Nugent and Bob Pink worked feverishly to stem the stream of cold water jetting from a crack in the aluminum hull. Precious seconds ticked away as the men grabbed rags, wood scraps and anything else they could find...

» January 17th, 2014
Driftwood Sailboats Make Unique Décor, Gifts Driftwood Sailboats Make Unique Décor, Gifts

Kelly O’Hare of Sandwich, Massachusetts, uses only driftwood scavenged from local beaches in fashioning her one-of-a-kind sailboats, which range from diminutive sloops used as place card holders to waist-high rigs that rivet attention as living room décor. For sails,...

» November 20th, 2013
Cape Cod Man Safe After Falling Out of Boat Cape Cod Man Safe After Falling Out of Boat

CapeCodOnline: Rescuers spent more than 2 hours Sunday night along Sandy Neck searching for a missing boater who eventually walked up to his wife’s car at Blish Point, according to Barnstable fire Capt. Rick Pfautz. The man...

» September 9th, 2013
Sandwich, MA, Receives New Fireboat Sandwich, MA, Receives New Fireboat

CapeCodOnline: It’s been nearly 2 years since the Sandwich Fire Department was awarded a $900,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for a fireboat, and on Wednesday its ship came in. The custom-made catamaran, with...

» June 18th, 2013
Sandwich, MA, Boardwalk Ready to Reopen Sandwich, MA, Boardwalk Ready to Reopen

CapeCodOnline: The building inspector has issued a temporary occupancy permit for the Sandwich Boardwalk, reopening the local landmark after more than 3 months. Building Inspector Paul Spiro said work on the span is 95 % complete, which...

» June 5th, 2013
Boaters Warned of Right Whales in Cape Cod Bay Boaters Warned of Right Whales in Cape Cod Bay

Officials from the Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game (DFG) are urging boaters to be on the lookout for North Atlantic right whales—a critically endangered species—which have begun to congregate and feed in large numbers in Western Cape Cod...

» May 1st, 2013
Sandwich Event to Highlight Impact of Cape Cod Canal Jetties Sandwich Event to Highlight Impact of Cape Cod Canal Jetties

WickedLocal Bourne: The Trustees of Sandwich Beaches on May 25, with the sponsorship of The Town Neck Company, will hold our First Annual Take Back Our Sand March. The event consists of volunteers carrying 99 buckets of sand—one...

» April 17th, 2013
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