Rick Barry passed away suddenly at age 58. RickHe was a town councilor and the recipient of the first Barnstable Bivalve Buddy Award. Rick was instrumental in leading the charge at the Barnstable Town Council meetings to advocate for the zoning overlay of the No-Pier Zone in Cotuit. He was a good friend of BARS and will be sorely missed.
Thank you everyone who volunteered at the recycling shack and all those who donated their returnable bottles and cans. Shown here are some photos of those who showed up the last day to help clean the shack; empty the container of bags of cans and boxes of bottles into the truck to be returned to the manufacturers; and finally, to celebrate the end of a job well done.
BARS is at the redeemable bottles and cans shed at the Barnstable Transfer Station for the rest of July. Money raised will go towards BARS’ scholarship fund for Cape Cod students. This is BARS’ biggest fundraiser of the… Read More
Osterville – George E. Lloyd Jr., 84, formerly of Melrose, passed away on June 8th at his home in Osterville, MA. Born on May 16th 1937, in Malden, Massachusetts, George was the son of the late George Lloyd,… Read More
The Town of Barnstable has issued safety protocols for the 2020–2021 oyster season. Please observe the following safety protocols during oyster season to best ensure the health and safety of yourself and Town staff. For Bay Street, Osterville… Read More
The Cotuit–Santuit Civic Association held a Zoom meeting on September 15, 2020. The meeting consisted of a presentation by representatives of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod and the Horsley Witten Group regarding the various storm water management projects that… Read More
West Barnstable – John W. Ferine died July 22, 2020 after a brief illness. Born May 31, 1947 in Yonkers, NY to Warren T. and Marian T. (Di Renzo) Ferine. He was a graduate of Lakeland High School. John… Read More
Barnstable Historical Society presents Shellfishing in Barnstable with Kris Clark Enjoy a Clam Chowder Supper at Walden Hall of St. Mary’s Church, Barnstable Village on February 28th, at 5:30 pm Clam Chowder donated by BARS’ Lenny Clark with Chili… Read More
Stanley Clayton Loftus Wheeler of Barnstable, formerly of Boston and Branford, CT passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Stan was the husband of Betsy Turnbull Wheeler to whom he was married for 34 years. Born in… Read More
Please note the September, 12th MMA meeting has been rescheduled to October 17, 2019 from 7:00 pm–8:30 pm. Public Comment Period and Public Meetings Scheduled to Solicit Preliminary Stakeholder and Public Feedback Regarding the Development of the Massachusetts… Read More