PROVINCETOWN — Tenants of the multi-building property at 25-27 Bradford St. known as “Napiville” after its late owner, Anton “Napi” Van Dereck Haunstrup, have been … ▶
The Local Journalism Project
The Independent is not just a local newspaper. We are a group of practical idealists, working to rebuild local journalism. This is something we believe is essential to democracy. To succeed, we need to do more than produce a good newspaper. That’s why we started the Local Journalism Project, a nonprofit organization with an educational mission.
One of the Local Journalism Project’s goals is to teach the principles and practice of community reporting to the next generation of journalists. Inspired by the model of Report for America, the Local Journalism Project supports fellows and reporters in their first two years in the field. Their stories are featured on this page.
WELLFLEET — Cleanup is underway for an estimated 250 gallons of heating oil that was discovered to have leaked into the ground at Mid-Cape Home Centers on Commercial … ▶
Zeinab Shahidi Marnani’s studio on Pearl Street in Provincetown is dimly lit. In one corner sits a lounge chair with yellow pillows on it. A desk in the middle of … ▶
PROVINCETOWN — It’s T-minus-one day until the first-ever halftime show for seven cheerleaders at practice on Feb. 15. Fifth-grade energy abounds, and arms punch … ▶
TRURO — Alarm over the impending eviction of the mostly Jamaican congregation that meets at Truro’s Chapel on the Pond coalesced into a community meeting last … ▶
Like rosebuds, like leaves, like most living things, in the absence of sunlight, hens’ eggs do not bloom. In the depths of winter, a farm-fresh egg seems like the … ▶