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Spike came dressed in his cowboy attire to compete in the dog parade and costume contest at the SandwichFest Street Fair last Saturday in Sandwich Village. It was perfect weather for the fair, which drew a sizable crowd. More than 70 vendors were on hand and food and drink was offered up by an array of food trucks and local restaurants. There were also children’s activities and music.
Falmouth High School defensive back Nate Gaboury flies through the air to pick off a New Bedford pass during last Friday night’s win over the New Bedford Whalers. Gaboury’s interception was one of several big plays FHS turned in during their 28-13 win.
Leon Murchison (right) and Dan Preston hang a sign on Falmouth Main Street announcing the Cape Cape Marathon and half-marathon.
Greg Auger uses a bat detector linked to an iPad app to listen for bats in the Mashpee River Woodlands.
Darius Coombs and other tribe members paddle the mush8n in Mashpee/Wakeby Pond.
A paddleboarder makes her way through Dock Creek in Old Harbor at high tide.
Reproductive rights rally held along Main Street in Sandwich.
Riders complete the Watershed Ride in Woods Hole. More than 400 cyclists rode in support Buzzards Bay Coalition Sunday, raising $385,000. The longest leg started in Little Compton, Rhode Island, and ended 100 miles later in Woods Hole.
Falmouth High captain Lucas Reis gets a step on the Martha’s Vineyard defense during action at home on Tuesday. Reis assisted on the Clippers’ only goal in a 3-1 loss.
Tribal youth scrape burnt layers of the wood away from the mus8n.
A mobile fire training unit, called a prop, is temporarily stationed off Route 6A in Sandwich for use by the Sandwich Fire Department. After the closure of the Barnstable Fire/Rescue Training Academy in 2019, mobile prop units were designed to move from town to town for training programs.
Two Seagull’s Cast a shadow coming in for a landing.
Joyce Shell, owner of K9 Design, and her pups, came dressed to win the dog costume contest. 
Spike came dressed in his cowboy attire to compete in the dog parade and costume contest at the SandwichFest Street Fair last Saturday in Sandwich Village. It was perfect weather for the fair, which drew a sizable crowd. More than 70 vendors were on hand and food and drink was offered up by an array of food trucks and local restaurants. There were also children’s activities and music.
Falmouth High School defensive back Nate Gaboury flies through the air to pick off a New Bedford pass during last Friday night’s win over the New Bedford Whalers. Gaboury’s interception was one of several big plays FHS turned in during their 28-13 win.
Leon Murchison (right) and Dan Preston hang a sign on Falmouth Main Street announcing the Cape Cape Marathon and half-marathon.
Greg Auger uses a bat detector linked to an iPad app to listen for bats in the Mashpee River Woodlands.
Darius Coombs and other tribe members paddle the mush8n in Mashpee/Wakeby Pond.
A paddleboarder makes her way through Dock Creek in Old Harbor at high tide.
Reproductive rights rally held along Main Street in Sandwich.
Riders complete the Watershed Ride in Woods Hole. More than 400 cyclists rode in support Buzzards Bay Coalition Sunday, raising $385,000. The longest leg started in Little Compton, Rhode Island, and ended 100 miles later in Woods Hole.
Falmouth High captain Lucas Reis gets a step on the Martha’s Vineyard defense during action at home on Tuesday. Reis assisted on the Clippers’ only goal in a 3-1 loss.
Tribal youth scrape burnt layers of the wood away from the mus8n.
A mobile fire training unit, called a prop, is temporarily stationed off Route 6A in Sandwich for use by the Sandwich Fire Department. After the closure of the Barnstable Fire/Rescue Training Academy in 2019, mobile prop units were designed to move from town to town for training programs.
Two Seagull’s Cast a shadow coming in for a landing.
Joyce Shell, owner of K9 Design, and her pups, came dressed to win the dog costume contest. 
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