Below is a very brief summary of Officer Ryan Carr’s Crime Watch meeting last night. As you can see there is a very dramatic increase in B&E’s ( Breaking and Entering ) these B&E’s usually run in cycles depending upon who is in jail and who just got released. You Read On..
The weather this winter has been cooperating with the building industry as we approach the end of January. Construction has been continuing at Heritage Sands on Old Wharf Rd. with at least 2 cottages a month going up. Three more foundations have been poured, two for cottages and one for Read On..
Heavy equipment moved in last week and made quick work of preparing the below site ( behind Rite Aid and across from the Harwich Junior Theater ) to host 3 new buildings containing a total of 8 condo’s on the property of Dennis Etzkorn. Etzkorn also owns the strip mall Read On..
South Side Civic Association hosted their annual Senior Light Tour and Christmas Dinner on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014. It really is amazing how much food shows up every year and the many volunteers that help set up the hall, serve the food and then break down and put everything back Read On..
Where were you in 1950 and the early 60’s ? Thanks to Phil Griswold, who has owned the gas station at Main St. & Upper County for 57 years, we have a few old pictures of downtown. The picture of the Mobil gas station is from 1950. Look closely and Read On..
As mentioned in the previous article, see ( After Hours Holiday Open House ) more merchants on coming on board. Keep checking back, we still have a week to go. Hot Diggity For the 18th the boutique will be open until 8pm, offering 10% off purchases and a matching 10% Read On..
Mark your calendars, several downtown merchants have planned a little “After Hours Holiday Open House” event for Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. Porter & Mags will be having a 15% off sale all day, but if you come between 5-7 , there will be some cheese & crackers Read On..
South Side Civic Association held its annual Holiday Swag making on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. This annual event takes place the first week in December. The volunteer Elfs use donated greens and holly and tie then together with wire and cap them off with a nice red bow supplied by Read On..
If you’ve been on Rt.28 I’m sure you have noticed the activity at the Old Blondies Ice Cream, 587 Main St. Dennis Port, at the corner of Depot St. & Rt. 28. The new owners, Carlyn & Steve, have been busy preparing for a January 2015 Grand Opening. The name Read On..
The Dennis Port Revitalization Committee ( DPRC ) was the recipient of a $1,500 Grant from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod ( AFCC ) at an Award Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. There was only one grant recipient that received a higher amount of money. A big Thank Read On..