CPC Approves Another $250,000 For Meetinghouse Restoration
MASHPEE- The Mashpee Community Preservation Committee on Tuesday night approved a second round of funding for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s long-running restoration of the Old Indian Meetinghouse.
Lawyers, Lobbyists, PR Top List Of Wampanoag Expenses
MASHPEE- Of the nearly $4 million loaned to the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council that is noted in a group of internal financial documents recently obtained by the Enterprise, $2 million went toward lawyers, lobbyists, and media consultants.
Value Of Recycled Materials Dives With Rest Of Economy
MASHPEE- The tentacles of the international financial slump have reached out to affect many different aspects of the economy, from Wall Street and manufacturing jobs to cars sales and home values, and now, to recycling.
MASHPEE- The budget for the town’s next fiscal year may be the most challenging of Town Manager Joyce M. Mason’s career, but it has had at least two bright spots.
Teacher’s ‘Attitude-Driven’ Plan To Revitalize High School Bands
MASHPEE- According to Mr. Troyanos, fostering positive and enthusiastic attitudes in his students will be the key to revitalizing the school’s band program.
For Those Who Can, Gathering This Season’s Oysters Takes Work; For Those Who Can’t, Rick York Says Don’t Worry Help Available
MASHPEE- The oysters from the town’s celebrated propagation project may not be as easy pickings as they have been in years past, but several recreational shellfishermen at Mashpee Neck this week said they did not mind the extra work.
MASHPEE- The state Attorney General’s office issued its response to the land suit against the commonwealth and the Town of Mashpee filed by two members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, filing a motion to dismiss the suit on constitutional grounds.
MASHPEE- Two years ago, when Barbara Cotton of Mashpee was a member of the Cape Cod Children’s Museum’s board of directors, she attended a Mashpee Chamber of Commerce event at which the museum was the featured nonprofit organization.
Trash Plans, Recycling On Selectmen’s Agenda
The Mashpee Board of Selectmen is scheduled to meet Monday, December 1, at 6:30 PM in conference room one at Mashpee Town Hall.
‘Trouble In Toyland’ Report Spotlights Choking Hazards
MASHPEE- Lead, small parts, and toxic chemicals are the secret culprits behind this year’s most dangerous toys.
MASHPEE- Mashpee High School’s Human Rights Club is planning to step up its activities in the district this year, and will soon start educating younger peers about the issues they will face as adults.
MASHPEE- One day this July Theresa A. McDonald found a turtle on the doorstep of her home on Cranberry Ridge Road.
Christmas Parade Entry Deadline December 5
MASHPEE- Organizers of the Mashpee Christmas Parade have extended the registration deadline for prospective participants.
Sales Pick Up For ‘Attainable’ Homes; High End Unpredictable
MASHPEE- The real estate market as a whole in Mashpee may be stalled, but local realtors are seeing movement within.
Mashpee Tax Rate Set At $6.99 Per $1,000 Valuation, Up 41 Cents
MASHPEE- The Mashpee Board of Selectmen on Monday evening heard initial predictions on the property tax levy for this fiscal year and re-approved the single tax rate for residential and commercial properties.