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It’s Baaaack! The Orleans Halloween Stroll 2021

Parents, get the toothpaste ready because Trick or Treating on Main Street is back! Saturday, Oct. 30 from 2:30-3:30pm. Starts at Snow Library. The OPD will be on hand for traffic and pedestrian safety along Main Street. Hosted by the Orleans Elementary School Parent Teacher Committee.

Cape Cod Healthcare Expands Access to COVID-19 Community Testing

Cape Cod Healthcare has announced it will expandCOVID-19 Testing access at its two drive-through community testing sites located on thecampuses of Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital, in response to the recent surge inpositive cases in Barnstable County. Effective August 18, 2021, drive-through testing will be available by appointment to everyone,whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, during…

Cape Cod 5 Supports Local Teachers with $50,000 in Educational Mini-Grants

Hyannis, MA –Cape Cod 5 recently awarded $50,000 to local public school educators through its 21st Annual Educational Mini-Grants Program. Teachers were honored virtually this year via the Bank’s website, which highlighted the 111 grants that were presented to 143 teachers at 56 schools across Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Southeastern Massachusetts. The teachers…

Cultural Nonprofits Invited to Apply to Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s Arts Relief Fund

The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) is opening grant applications for cultural nonprofits seeking financial assistance from the Cape Cod Arts Relief Fund. “We know our creative community has been significantly impacted by the pandemic,” said AFCC Board Chair Kathryn Kayajan. “The Arts Foundation is committed to addressing this need by providing critical funding to…

Cape Cod 5 Among Top SBA Paycheck Protection Program Lenders in Massachusetts

Bank ranked 8th in the state for PPP loans and continues to provide support for local businesses impacted by the pandemic Hyannis, MA – According to data released by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Cape Cod 5 ranked 8th in Massachusetts for total loans funded through the SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) with 2,300…

Construction Update: Friday March 16

  03-16-18 through 03-21-18:  Work continues on Main St:  Snow Library toward Route 28 and also Cummings Road toward Rt. 6A. 03-22-18 through 03-27-18:  Construction work will be on Main Street between Rt. 28 and Academy Place intersection and also Route 6A from Main Street to about Cumberland Farms. 03-27-18 through 03-30-18:  Construction will be…

Construction Update: Thursday March 8

3/12/18 Monday – Begin Sewer installation on Main St. in front of Library. Library parking will be most likely closed on 3/12 and 3/13. Library parking will be provided across the street within PO Square as previously shown. Library parking will be most likely interrupted again for one day, tentatively again on or about 3/21.…

Construction Update: Wednesday March 7

After consulting with the contractors the pipe installation is postponed until Monday, 3/12. So it is now planned to close the library parking lot on Monday and Tuesday of next week. Please bear in mind this schedule may change due to unforeseen circumstances and/or weather.  We will bring you more updates as they become available.

Construction Update: Wednesday February 28th

DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: 3/5 Monday – Pave drive adjacent to Bill’s Sunoco to allow traffic to flow through Post Office Square 3/6 Tuesday – Begin Sewer installation on Main St. in front of Snow Library. Library parking will be most likely closed on 3/6 and 3/7. Library parking will be provided across the street within…
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