The following is from the desk of Officer Ryan Carr. If you would like to get on his email list, just notify him. All his information is at the end of the article. Spring is in the air, along with the pollen — and the dust from ALL the road Read On..
It would appear the Cape Cod Times is adamant in keeping it one word. The battle will continue. By Sean Gonsalves April 20, 2014 Yes, there are such things as silly questions. But, on Cape Cod, the question — what’s in a name? — is serious business. Harboring real village Read On..
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Caveats: NONE All travel lanes on the Sagamore and Bourne Bridges will be open starting Saturday 19 April through Sunday 27 April 2014. Note: All travel lanes will be open on the Sagamore Bridge next week, however, work may be performed on the steel above the road surface Read On..
The Dirty Dozen, 13 volunteers from the Dennis Garden Club, Dennis Port Revitalization Committee, South Side Civic Association and several residents of Dennis Port arrived at the “Pocket Park” at 9 a.m. on Thursday, 4/17/14 with tools in hand. Pat Sakellis, representing the Garden Club, DPRC and by the end Read On..
A large section of Old Wharf Rd. is presently undergoing reconstruction. There will be added drainage and elevation changes to address flooding and pooling of water on the roadway. New sidewalks and a new road surface. Phase one should be completed by Memorial Day weekend. The first phase of this Read On..
The new Swan River Bridge on Rt. 28 opened to all vehicle traffic late yesterday, Monday, April 14, 2014. Work will begin to dismantle the temporary bridge over the next 4-6 weeks. Everything should be back to normal by mid June.
Dennis Port spices it up with new restaurants Text Size: A | A | A Print this ArticlePrint this Article Email this ArticleEmail this ArticleShareThis Buy This Photo Photo 1 of 3 | View Enlarged Photo Top Photo Plates full of food are served up at Viera, which recently opened Read On..
Burt Derick former resident of Dennis Port, but who still maintained a love for Dennis Port, passed away this afternoon, Friday, April 11, 2014, after a short illness. His historical knowledge and books about Dennis were second to none. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I Read On..
Two great pictures of downtown Dennis Port on January 1, 1963. The photo’s are courtesy of Jeremy Pina, owner of Jeremy’s Barber Shop at 663 Main St. Dennis Port.The question is why are the State Police there ? If you were around in 1963 and know what happened, please let Read On..
Last Fall there was a major Daffodil planting party in the Pocket Park, where over 100 bulbs were planted. We are now reaping the rewards with the first couple of Daffodils blooming. Many more to come…..