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Bourne, Massachusetts is located in Barnstable County. Zip codes in Bourne, MA include 02532, and 02559. The median home price in Bourne is $398,000 which is roughly $207/per square foot. More Bourne information.

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Pan-Mass riders to be in area

On Saturday and Sunday, up to 5,800 cyclists will ride through Middleboro and Lakeville in the 35th annual Pan-Mass Challenge .

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Bourne deals with immigration fallout

A Pocasset couple has a message for Gov. Deval Patrick, and it's hanging in their front yard on Shore Road: "We need to take care of our own country first.

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Cape Cod Times

Cape Cod Canal Centennial events

Marking its grand opening on July 29, 1914, the Cape Cod Canal is celebrating its 100th birthday.

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Cape Cod Times

Man behind the fireworks shares passion

He was just a teenager at Camp Wampanoag that night in the 1950s. It was the first time he had ever seen such a show.

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Cape Cod Times

Political Notes: Legislator defends outspoken residents

In an "open letter" to the governor, the East Sandwich Republican criticized him for offering Joint Base Cape Cod as a site to house child immigrants and dismissing the local feedback as "coarse" and "unhelpful."

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Queen Sewell Pond in Bourne closed due to algae

Bourne Health Agent Cynthia Coffin closed the pond, also known as Bumps Pond, after the levels of algae were higher than recommended by the Massachusetts Department of Health, the police official said.

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Cape Cod Times

Man pleads not guilty in samurai sword attack

A Sagamore man was ordered held without bail today pending a dangerousness hearing after pleading not guilty to repeatedly slashing a 39-year-old man with a samurai sword.

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Cape Cod Times

NStar lights irk Bourne residents

But that view is now marred by flashing lights on 200-foot-tall monopole towers NStar installed last year to run transmission lines across the canal, according to Richards and her neighbors on the quiet and well-maintained cul-de-sac.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Berkshire Eagle

Clarence Fanto: Sad to see citizens not want to help

Behold the suffering of little children: The estimated 57,000 refugees from Central American gang violence and the 200-plus youngsters among the more than 1,000 Palestinian civilians who have died from Israeli rockets in the Gaza crossfire.

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Cape Cod Times

Parade of Lights flotilla brightens up the Big Ditch

Elizabeth Matson-Burke sat on the grass behind the Aptucxet Trading Post on Saturday night waiting anxiously with her parents and grandmother for the Parade of Lights to begin.

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Lowell Sun

Putting undocumented children ahead of state's

Gov. Deval Patrick might have overestimated the hospitality and generosity of Massachusetts residents on opening the state's checkbook to Central America's undocumented children arriving illegally at our southern border.

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Cape Cod Times

More support available for Alzheimer's caregivers

Too often, caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease takes a large toll on the health of the wife, husband, adult child or friend who is doing the caregiving.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Boston.com

Yvonne Abraham Some elected officials using border crisis to score points

What an embarrassing cavalcade of small-mindedness we've seen around here since the governor said Massachusetts might help house some of the children who have flooded over the border in recent months.

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Cape Cod Times

Traffic at a standstill in Bourne as town gets ready to celebrate

Bourne Police are reminding those coming to the Cape Cod Canal area today to expect heavy traffic, especially on Sandwich Road where a Canal Music Fest begins at noon.

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Cape Cod Times

Man charged for allegedly choking woman

A Buzzards Bay man was released on $1,500 bail Friday after pleading not guilty to choking his girlfriend and charges he possessed drugs and stolen benefit cards, according to court records.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Admiral Gurnon lauded for work at MMA

Less than 10 years ago, he was on the outside looking in. Fired. His dreams and vision seemingly shattered in a vote by a majority of trustees who wanted to keep the status quo.

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Lowell Sun

Dem AG hopefuls embrace gov's immigration plan

The two Democratic candidates for attorney general have embraced Gov. Deval Patrick's plan to consider housing immigrant children in federal custody at military bases in Bourne or Chicopee, while the Republican seeking the top law-enforcement office needs more information before making a decision.

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Cape Cod Times

Coast Guard Academy's tall ship arrives just in time for the Cape Cod Canal party

Wes Pulver believes it was 1984 when he sailed up to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy docks as a cadet, still learning the ropes - "lines" on a ship - that extend up the Eagle's towering masts.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

Cape Cod Times

GOP leaders debate detainee issues

The debate over bringing immigrant children to the Bay State reached an emotional crescendo on Beacon Hill Thursday, one week after Gov. Deval Patrick offered Joint Base Cape Cod as a possible destination.

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MassLive.com

Chicopee leaders invite Gov. Deval Patrick to visit, discuss possible ...

City leaders want Gov. Deval Patrick to come to town before he decides to send 1,000 immigrant children here.

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