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Santuit Inn
The Santuit Inn is an eighteen-unit boutique motel with a two-bedroom cottage located on the second level. Situated on Route 28 in Mashpee we are only a short distance away from everything Cape Cod has to offer. From world class beaches and golf courses to deep sea fishing and shopping the Santuit Inn is your home away from home to enjoy all of the wonders of Cape Cod. Under new ownership, the property was extensively renovated and modernized. Each room has been thoughtfully arranged with both comfort and quality in mind. Pillow top mattresses are found in all deluxe rooms. Designer linens are standard throughout the property. High-definition flat screen televisions help to maximize your favorite sporting event or weekly show. Wireless internet is available on our property free of charge. Please request a room close to office for the best connection. Each unit is distinctively decorated with individual touches providing all guests a unique experience.

6 Route 28, Mashpee, MA &
phone: 508-428-6433

Serious crash reported on Route 25 EB in Bourne
BOURNE ? A serious crash was reported on Route 25 eastbound about a mile from the Bourne Bridge sometime after 4 PM Tuesday. According to reports, an SUV struck the guardrail and rolled on its side. Firefighters had to extricate the driver from the wreckage. A MedFlight helicopter was requested to land at the State [?] The post Serious crash reported on Route 25 EB in Bourne appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Barnstable County Halts Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations
HYANNIS ? The Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment has halted the use of Johnson & Johnson brand COVID-19 vaccines in light of recent federal recommendations. The Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention both recommended that U.S. federal distribution channels pause? .
US Recommends ?Pause? for J&J Vaccine Over Clot Reports
WASHINGTON (AP) ? The U.S. is recommending a ?pause? in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots. In a joint statement Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration said it was? .
Mashpee Hosts Clean Water Forum Ahead of Vote
MASHPEE ? The Town of Mashpee will host a four-part online forum on the Mashpee Clean Water Plan, which voters will decide the fate of at the May 3 town meeting and May 8 town election. Town officials said that Mashpee's saltwater bays and estuaries are suffering from algae blooms.  The blooms lead to low? .
Tweaked COVID Vaccines in Testing Aim to Fend Off Variants
NEW YORK (AP) ? New versions of COVID-19 vaccines are now being tested in case they ever are needed to protect against mutated versions of the virus. The vaccines being rolled out across the U.S. offer strong protection, even against some of the variants becoming more common. But viruses constantly evolve, and the world? .
Xiarhos Makes Push for Nero's Bill
BOSTON ? Fifth Barnstable State Representative Steve Xiarhos (R) has made a push for Nero's Bill to be passed into law by the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Senate. The proposed bill would allow EMS personnel to care for and transport K9 police dogs if they are injured in the line of duty. The bill? .
Pedestrian struck by car in Brewster
BREWSTER ? A pedestrian was struck by a car in Brewster around 7;30 PM Monday. The crash happened at the intersection of Lower Road and Moldstad Lane. The victim was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with a reported leg injury. The cause of the crash is under investigation by Brewster Police. The post Pedestrian struck by car in Brewster appeared first on CapeCod.com.
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