Today on CCTLive, we talk about Wellfleet buying tidal flats and beachfront, the potential for moving the county's fire academy to Joint Base Cape Cod and the death of a paddleboarder off Eastham this past Sunday despite rescue efforts.
Today on CCTLive we'll talk about an evacuation drill held by the Woods Hole Martha's Vineyard Steamship Authority, a posthumous honor for Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon and the latest efforts to protect the public from great white sharks.
Today on CCTLive we'll talk about the latest from the Dennis ice cream war, a Barnstable official crying foul over Mashpee's wastewater plan and a major development in the debate over the Dennis-Yarmouth regional schools.
Today on CCTLive we talk about a bid for a new trial by a man convicted of killing a fellow Coast Guardsman in a fiery 2015 rampage, a local judge up for a post on the state Appeals Court and more controversy in the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.
Today on CCTLive, we talk about a report that a scientific organization in Woods Hole may have been the subject of a cyber attack, a motion by the lawyer representing Thomas Latanowich to get documents from police and news organizations, and an upgrade in the status of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk about rival opinions at a meeting in Bourne about illegal immigration, a decision by state officials to deny a shark tagging permit and more controversy over Centerville cell phone antennas.
Today on CCTLive, new charges against the man accused of killing Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon, a former Bourne selectman pleads guilty to a second assault and the latest on efforts to improve operations at the Steamship Authority.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk about more work planned on the Bourne Bridge, financial problems for the leader of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and some news just in about the death of Falmouth Road Race founder Tommy Leonard.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk more about the allegations against Kevin Spacey on Nantucket, an update on a Dennis Port teen who was badly injured in a crash in Jamaica and hear about a program in Falmouth to house people during the winter months who would otherwise be homeless.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk about a couple of problematic reports for the Steamship Authority and Cape Cod Child Development, a controversial needle exchange program in Falmouth and what's next for the Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk about the reaction from Bourne residents at a meeting about the future of the Cape Cod Canal bridges, more consternation over the Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District and big decisions about pot in Brewster.
Today on CCTLive, we'll talk about a new fence at an old air force base, officials nixing formal surf lessons at Nauset Beach and some consternation over the extension of the Cape Cod Rail Trail in Yarmouth and Wellfleet.