TRURO — When Caroline Townsend was finishing fifth grade at Truro Central School (TCS) in 2012, her parents asked her which sixth grade option she preferred: board … ▶
NEXT GENERATION JOURNALISTS
The number of newsroom jobs across America has declined by half since 2008 as corporate consolidation shifts newspapers’ priorities away from reporting. With a generation of experience lost, restoring local journalism means rebuilding capacity. With summer fellowships, editorial seminars, and reporting jobs, the Local Journalism Project is engaging a new generation in the work, ethics, and promise of excellent reporting.
EASTHAM –– Last Friday evening a dozen Elks galloped in and out of the kitchen of Lodge #2572 as they prepared the weekly fish fry. On the other side of the … ▶
Nineteen writing and visual arts fellows arrived last month at the Fine Arts Work Center for seven-month residencies in Provincetown. One more fellow, Ellen Akimoto, … ▶
We are committed to delving in deeper where our community says a special focus is needed. We practice solutions journalism on the climate crisis, the sustainability of the local economy, LGBTQ rights, and access to healthcare. And, in this pandemic year, the coronavirus crisis.
TRURO — Health and Conservation Agent Emily Beebe had a lot of things to say about water quality and the Cloverleaf affordable housing proposal, both in a letter to … ▶
PROVINCETOWN — Though crystal meth has long been a fixture in Provincetown’s drug scene, the rest of the Cape is experiencing its first big brush with the extremely … ▶
This is the first in a series of articles on the Cape Cod National Seashore’s science program. It explores why science matters at the Seashore and why it’s at risk. … ▶