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Bradys NESW Bed & Breakfast is a lovingly restored Victorian house that has been in the family since 1929. Just 500 feet from Nantucket Sound, it is perfectly situated for a quick morning dip, and just a walk from a long sandy beach. Bradys is within easy walking distance of Oak Bluffs shops and restaurants, the ferry, tennis courts, and bike and car rentals.
Bradys NESW Bed & Breakfast is open all year. "Let your mind go barefoot" - come and be my guest in any of our distinctly beautiful island seasons.
P.O.Box 197, 10 Canonicus Avenue, Oak Bluffs, MA &
|Services for homeless adjust under virus threat|
|Outbreak poses extra risk to those with no place to isolate themselves or recover.|
|'Life may change for us all': Historians say coronavirus crisis will be defining|
|When historians mark the start of this nation's coronavirus nightmare, they will cite Jan. 21, 2020, the date a Washington state man in his 30s who had visited Wuhan, China, was confirmed as the United States' first COVID-19 case.Since then, this global crisis has mushroomed into a national defining moment with as yet untallied cultural and economic repercussions. No one questions whether we will be talking about this for generations. If there is debate, it is over the proper [...]|
|Relief package billions can't buy hospitals out of shortages|
|The billions of tax dollars headed for hospitals and states as part of the $2.2 trillion coronavirus response bill won't fix the problem facing doctors and nurses: a critical shortage of protective gowns, gloves and masks.The problem isn't a lack of money, experts say. It's that there's not enough of those supplies available to buy. What's more, the crisis has revealed a fragmented procurement system now descending into chaos just as demand soars, The Associated Press has found. [...]|
|1 person injured in crash involving pole|
|BARNSTABLE — One person was taken to Cape Cod Hospital after a car crashed into a pole Sunday morning.Emergency crews responded to the area of 2971 Main Street in Barnstable Village at 7:34 a.m. for a report of a crash, Barnstable fire Capt. Robert Cecil said.The car hit a guide pole, snapping it at its base, Cecil said. The pole was not electrical and there were no power outages due to the crash.The car, a sedan, was moderately damaged in the crash. One [...]|
|Spain, Italy demand EU virus help; New Yorkers avoid travel|
|BARCELONA, Spain — Spain and Italy have demanded more European help as they fight still-surging coronavirus infections in the continent's worst crisis since World War II. In the U.S., authorities urged millions around New York City to stop traveling to keep the virus contained.Around the world, doctors were forced to make tough choices about which patients to save with the limited breathing machines they have. The confirmed global death toll surpassed 31,000 and new virus [...]|
|Car strikes pole in Barnstable|
|BARNSTABLE ? A vehicle reportedly struck a utility pole in Barnstable village around 7:30 AM Sunday morning. The crash happened in front of 2956 Main Street (Route 6A). The driver oft he Honda Civic was able get of out the car and was taken to Cape Cod Hospital for evaluation. The crash is under investigation [?]
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|State logs 33 new coronavirus cases on Cape Cod|
|State health officials announced Saturday 33 new cases of confirmed coronavirus on Cape Cod, bringing the total number of cases in Barnstable County to 133.Dukes and Nantucket counties now have a total of eight confirmed cases, according to the state Department of Public Health. The state total now stands at 4,257 cases.The state also announced nine more deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the fatality count to 44 in the state. None of the deaths announced [...]|