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Eastwind Gallery: “Along the Shore” – A Group Exhibit

Eastwind Gallery in Orleans, MA is most proud to announce a Group Exhibit featuring works in Acrylics, Oils, Pastels, Photography and Jewelry with fifteen gallery artists members. This very special exhibit runs September 29th – October 31st. It is open to the public and free admission. Eastwind Gallery is now offering online purchasing via Pay…

Homeless Prevention Council Named DTA SNAP Outreach Partner

The Homeless Prevention Council (HPC) is pleased to announce it has been named a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Outreach Partner with the Department of Transitional Assistance, becoming the second on Cape Cod and the only one to specifically serve the Lower and Outer Cape community. The SNAP Outreach Program is a joint effort between…

Here’s how MA policymakers can save our local restaurants

From love.live.local “The COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to many business sectors, and the hospitality industry is arguably taking some of the hardest hits. Cape Cod hotels and restaurants have been dealing with reduced capacity and reduced demand since the stay-at-home order was issued by Governor Baker in March, along with ever-changing guidelines on…

Political Observer Says Crises will Bring About Reform

Noted political observer Bruce Mehlman told an audience of more than 150 business leaders at the AIM Executive Forum today that the generational crises of 2020 will pave the way for economic, social and political reform. Mehlman said employers must realize that trust is the most important brand attribute of this decade and that disruptive…

Cape Rep Theatre presents The November Project

Over three weeks in October Cape Rep Theatre will present The November Project, a theatrical collaboration featuring over 60 singers, actors, choreographers, musicians, and  Young Company members from Cape Cod. Each of three episodes will feature a different array of artists and actors our audiences have come to know and love in taped performances on…

MassHealth Enrollment Up More Than 5 Percent in Pandemic

State House News – Enrollment in MassHealth, the state’s Medicaid program, has spiked by about 63,000 people since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Massachusetts in March, but the overall number of people with health insurance in Massachusetts has remained relatively stable and employer-sponsored coverage has not declined as fast as job losses might indicate.…

Virtual Economic Roundtable to Examine Economic Impact of COVID-19

State House News – As the start of the fiscal year 2022 budget-crafting cycle approaches before the Legislature has even dealt with the fiscal year 2021 budget, the Baker administration and legislative budget managers are planning to call economists to Beacon Hill next month for an update on the state’s fiscal health. Secretary of Administration…

State’s Emergency Child-Care Centers kept COVID-19 in Check

The Boston Globe – As schools and day-care centers were shuttered last spring to slow the spread of the coronavirus, hundreds of emergency child-care centers stayed open to serve the children of essential workers, even amid concerns that little was known about the risk of infection and transmission among children. Now, newly released state data…
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