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Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 Hello, this is Deputy Chief Jim Sullivan from the Dennis Police Department with an update on the snowstorm for Sunday night into Monday evening. At this time weather forecasts call for 3 to 5 inches of snow with 60 to 65 mile per hour gusts starting Read On..
Once a week for the next couple of weeks, I’ll post old historical photos of Dennis Port and you guess the location and what it is today. Tonight we will start with the old Dennis Port gas station. Good Luck !!! If no one guesses the correct answer, I’ll give Read On..
Dennis Port resident and town historian, Phyllis Horton, was presented with a citation from the State House for her years of membership and service to the South Side Civic Association. There is nobody with more historical knowledge of Dennis Port and the town of Dennis than Phyllis. Phyllis is also Read On..
After much deliberation, by the Dennis Port Revitalization Committee and local artist Hans deCastellane, it was decided that mural #3 in the Pocket Park would be old stores from the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s. During this period downtown Dennis Port was the hot spot for shopping in the mid cape area Read On..
If you were a little dismayed to see all the south side beaches closed and locked up since the storm……good news……all the Dennis Port and West Dennis beach parking lots are open again as of today, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. Only on the Cape can 16″ of snow completely disappear Read On..
South Side Civic Association will be holding it’s first meeting of 2017 on Feb. 1, 2017, at 6 p.m. at the West Dennis Graded School. Guest Speaker will be Dennis Historian, Phyllis Horton. Phyllis will be giving a presentation on the 650 Sea Captains that called the Town of Dennis Read On..
The improvements just keep on coming. Dennis DPW and the engineering department marked out the 49 new parking spaces in the new Municipal Parking Lot next to the Improper Bostonian and the rear of Dickey’s Insurance. Loam and mulch have also been put down. Landscaping and lighting will take place Read On..
The old unpaved municipal parking lot next to the Improper Bostonian that most people didn’t know existed has taken on a new life. The lot has been redesigned to conform to the latest regulations and for landscaping on both sides of the lot. There will be approximately 49 lined spaces Read On..
I would like to share this link with all our Dennis Port readers and other village residents. It takes about 15 minutes to complete, especially if you make comments. Hello Southside! Ryan is still out on baby leave and I wanted to make you all aware of the DPD survey Read On..