Cape Cod Restaurants, Cape Cod Hotels & Motels, Cape Cod Real Estate - Click Cape Cod, Chatham, MA

The Best Way to Find Nearly Everything Cape Cod on the Web

Welcome to our part of the world... Cape Cod

Welcome to www.clickcapecod.com. Our new website connects you to Cape Cod, and to the websites of local Cape Cod Businesses, Services, and Activities. Keep it Real, Safe, Local, Fresh, and above all, Fun.

Two Brothers Pizza & Mexican
Since our restaurant opened in 2004, our pizza has been acclaimed by locals, publications and critics as cutting-edge and unique while holding on to the great taste and spirit of a traditional pizza parlor. We invite you to browse our site-- check out our menu, learn a little bit more about our family and our location, and even contact us with questions! When your mouth starts to water and you just can't take it anymore, we'll happily take your order over the phone for take-out, On-line orders or drop in with your family and friends for a relaxed, comfortable dining experience.

331 Cotuit Rd , Sandwich, MA &
phone: 508-888-4555

12 Flintlock Way
12 Flintlock Way Its time to start your Cape Cod memories in this wonderful house located in the perfect strolling neighborhood. Marsh and water views as you wander the neighborhood streets. It is a great? From: Joe Arnao Views: 0   0 ratings Time: 01:59 More in People & Blogs
Massachusetts drivers will be required to turn on their headlights whenever they?
Massachusetts drivers will be required to turn on their headlights whenever they turn on their windshield wipers, effective April 7. The Massachusetts legislature passed the new law - M.G.L.c.85, sec 15 - in December 2014. Basically, if you need your wipers, you must use your headlights, even on a sunny, but rainy day. Daytime running lights do not satisfy the law. Under the law, a police officer can pull you over for failing to comply. The police officer also can issue a ticket for failure to compile with the new Massachusetts headlight law. The ticket is considered a surchargable traffic violation. These violations can increase car insurance premiums. *** This is the new law: A vehicle, whether stationary or in motion, on a public way, shall have attached to it headlights and taillights which shall be turned on by the vehicle operator and so displayed as to be visible from the front and rear during the period of 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise; provided, however, that such headlights and taillights shall be turned on by the vehicle operator at all other times when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, visibility is reduced such that persons or vehicles on the roadway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 500 feet or when the vehicle?s windshield wipers are needed; provided further, that this section shall not apply to a vehicle which is designed to be propelled by hand; and provided further, that a vehicle carrying hay or straw for the purpose of transporting persons on a hayride shall display only electrically operated lights which shall be 2 flashing amber lights to the front and 2 flashing red lights to the rear, each of which shall be at least 6 inches in diameter and mounted 6 feet from the ground.
Charges filed in tanker crash
?BOURNE - As the result of an investigation into the crash of a gas tanker at the Bourne Rotary last week, the Massachusetts State Police have applied for a complaint charging the truck’s dr?
Coast Guard recovers body of man overboard off Nantucket
?NANTUCKET - The Coast Guard located the body of a missing fisherman about 37 miles southeast of Nantucket at approximately 1 a.m., Monday. The crew of the fishing vessel Hear No Evil, homeported?
Man reportedly stabs brother in Harwich
?HARWICH - A man was stabbed at 21 Surrey Lane Monday around 3 p.m. Police are investigating if the victim's brother was the alleged perpetrator. The victim seen here being taken to the ambulance?
***Attention all Massachusetts Motorists - NEW LAW*** A new law goes into effec?
***Attention all Massachusetts Motorists - NEW LAW*** A new law goes into effect on April 7, 2015 and requires all motorist to have their headlights on when their windshield wipers are being used. Daytime running lights are not sufficient as the taillights must be illuminated as well. `WIPERS ON? HEADLIGHTS ON!" In summary, motorists are required by law to have their vehicle's headlights on 30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise, or when visibility is less than 500 feet (almost 2 football fields), or when the windshield wipers are in use. The law specifically states: "Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows: Section 15 of chapter 85 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2012 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the first sentence and inserting in place thereof the following sentence:? A vehicle, whether stationary or in motion, on a public way, shall have attached to it headlights and taillights which shall be turned on by the vehicle operator and so displayed as to be visible from the front and rear during the period of 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise; provided, however, that such headlights and taillights shall be turned on by the vehicle operator at all other times when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, visibility is reduced such that persons or vehicles on the roadway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 500 feet or when the vehicle?s windshield wipers are needed; provided further, that this section shall not apply to a vehicle which is designed to be propelled by hand; and provided further, that a vehicle carrying hay or straw for the purpose of transporting persons on a hayride shall display only electrically operated lights which shall be 2 flashing amber lights to the front and 2 flashing red lights to the rear, each of which shall be at least 6 inches in diameter and mounted 6 feet from the ground."
Barnstable police officer arraigned on OUI charges
An off-duty Barnstable police officer was arraigned on drunken-driving charges Monday and will be placed on desk duty until criminal and internal investigations are completed.
Cape Cod News Last Updated at 11:30 PM EST
Next Cape News Update at 12:30 PM EST