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‘Re-Open Cape Cod’ Rally Set for 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 31 at Bourne Rotary

United Cape Patriots is sponsoring another weekend rally to Re-Open the Cape. This standout is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 31 at the Bourne Rotary. Organizers held a rally last weekend at the Hyannis airport rotary and marched to Veterans Memorial Park. Participants are encouraged to bring American flags and Trump gear.......

New Hampshire Offers Cheapest Average Gas Price In New England

Among any spot in New England, New Hampshire takes the crown for the cheapest average gas price. In the Granite State, the average cost for a gallon of regular gas is $1.938 per gallon, beating out Maine by less than one cent ($1.943). After those two states, Vermont and Connecticut are tied at $1.96 per......

Phil Scott Will Run For A Third Term in Vermont

Phil Scott wants a third term as the governor of Vermont. According to the Burlington Free Press, Scott will seek a third two-year term this November. However, Scott said he will not campaign or fund raise for the time being because of the coronavirus emergency. “This means, until the state of emergency is over, I......

No Boston Marathon This Year

No one. That’s who won the Boston Marathon this year. For the first time in 124 years, the race will not take place. On Thursday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced there will be no Boston Marathon this year. Previously, it was scheduled for September 14 after being rescheduled from April 20, as WCVB-TV Channel 5......

Many People Still Interested In Visting Cape Cod This Summer Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

Coronavirus might not stop most people from going to Cape Cod after all. A recent survey from Mass511 polled potential visitors to the Cape from the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce database. It found that 67 percent of participants said they would visit Cape Cod this summer. Plus, 61 said they would in the fall,......

Left-Leaning NextGen New Hampshire Endorses Joe Biden, Promises $$$$

Billionaire businessman and former Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer is putting some support behind Joe Biden in New Hampshire. NextGen New Hampshire, a chapter of a political group founded by Steyer, endorsed Biden on Wednesday. May 27. The organization will use its $1.5 million investment to help Biden in the Granite State, which nowadays is......

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Tells Bay Staters To Stay In Massachusetts

Massachusetts residents are visiting New Hampshire despite the coronavirus pandemic. New Hampshire’s Republican Governor Chris Sununu would prefer they don’t. “Stay local,” he said in a recent press conference, according to MSN. “We have a stay-at-home order in place here. Massachusetts has one in there.” “That’s where they are and that’s where they should stay,”......

Maine Official Recommends Absentee Voting For State Primaries

At least one Maine official is encouraging the state’s constituents to vote absentee this July. Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap would prefer if people cast their primary votes using absentee ballots instead of going and voting in person, according to the Associated Press. “It’s a simple way to cast your vote from the safety......

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Andrew Yang Endorses Lynch Primary Challenger

If Andrew Yang has it his way, U.S. Representative Stephen Lynch will not be representing Massachusetts’s Eighth Congressional District next year. The former Democratic presidential candidate, best known for his universal basic income proposal, gave the thumbs up to Dr. Robbie Goldstein, the only person still running against Lynch (D-South Boston) in the Democratic primary......

Vermont To Hold Free Fishing Day In June

Want to go fishing without a fishing license in Vermont? In a few weeks, that opportunity will be open for everyone — with no possible consequences. On Saturday, June 13, the state plans to hold its annual free fishing day to kick off the start of bass season fishing season. The season runs through the......

Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Jams Nonexistent on Cape Cod

A one-mile backup at the Sagamore Bridge on the Saturday morning of Memorial Day weekend in 2019 was nothing unusual for the traditional opening of the busy summer season on Cape Cod. But 2020?  No traffic delays at all, reports The Cape Cod Times. The year of coronavirus is just beginning to be felt on......