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SAGAMORE INN RESTAURANT

This beautiful colonial was designed and built as a Bed & Breakfast (circa 1993) by Eurnice "Ernie" Ford, your host, and husband John. What we really wanted was an old house, maybe a Captain's house by the sea, with charm and history. We soon discovered that the "string" on our "shoe string budget" wasn't long enough. Alas, not by the sea, but sometimes a peek at the lake across the street. Charming is our well thought-out floor plan, with spacious guest-rooms and the history is in the making-come and be part of that.

131 Rt 6A, Sagamore, MA
phone: 508-888-9707
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Three face drug charges after Bourne traffic stop
Friday April 17, 2015
FALMOUTH — A man and two women pleaded not guilty Thursday in Falmouth District Court to drug charges filed after a traffic stop.Bridget R. Giblin, 25, of Plymouth, pleaded not guilty to operating under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding and possession of heroin. She is due back in court May 15 for a pretrial hearing.Amanda Muller, 24, of South [...]
Bourne Fire Department car-seat safety event today
Friday April 17, 2015
The Bourne Fire Department will be hosting a free car-seat safety event this afternoon.Child car seat technicians will be at the Bourne fire station at 51 Meetinghouse Lane in Sagamore Beach from 2 to 4 p.m., according to a statement from the department.The certified technicians will check to see if car seats are properly installed in the cars of those who attend, according to the statement.For questions about the event, contact Mandi Summers at mandi. [...]
Bourne joining MBTA is still a murky issue
Friday April 17, 2015
What happens if Bourne voters?during the May 19 annual town election?support a question which asks: ?Should the town be added to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority??The ballot options are simple. Yes or no. The over-arching answer, however, is complicated.Under state law - in Chapter 161A/Section 6 - a positive ballot vote would mean that Bourne, as of Jan. 1, 2016, would become an MBTA district member but would have no vote in ‘T? matters until the town [...]
Throwback Friday: Good morning once again. It is once again that day of the week?
Friday April 17, 2015
Throwback Friday: Good morning once again. It is once again that day of the week that we can?t wait to get to. With the winter weather apparently in the rear view mirror and what we loosely call spring here in New England upon us, it is the time to sit back and enjoy a brief stroll down memory lane. For this week?s look back we dive into the musty, dusty photo drawer here at Facebook command. We have a couple of views from one of Bourne?s lost treasures. Let?s face it, what is one of the main things that Cape Cod is famous for, besides traffic in the summer. That?s right, seafood. What better place to enjoy that lobster dinner than sitting along the banks of the Cape Cod Canal. One of Bourne?s early seaside spots was ?Mac? Arnold?s lobster pound. It was located just off of Perry Ave. on the south side of the canal. The restaurant had a beautiful view of the canal and was just steps from the drawbridge constructed by Mr. Belmont?s canal company. The restaurant was also famous for having a covered lobster pound (holding tank) right outside the front door for selecting your dinner. The three postcard views show the restaurant in its heyday. Lost to the ages, the site is now home to some fine residences along the banks of the canal. Well, with the day just starting, I hope you enjoyed this look back into the history of Bourne. I guess I should apologize for putting the thought of Lobster dinners in your head before breakfast but hey, you have to have something to look forward to. Have a great weekend and as always, let?s be careful out there.
Study of Canal Traffic Examines 300 Locations
Friday April 17, 2015
BUZZARDS BAY ? The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has studied traffic conditions in nearly 300 locations on and around the Bourne Bridge and the Sagamore Bridge as part of the Cape Cod Canal Study. Among those areas are 82 which have the most frequent crash statistics, according to Ethan Britland, MassDOT? .
Will Bourne vote on joining MBTA?
Friday April 17, 2015
BUZZARDS BAY — Two months ago, Wesley Ewell breathed a sigh of relief after Bourne residents, in a special town meeting vote, overwhelmingly supported putting the question of joining the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority on the May ballot.For Ewell, chairman of the Bourne transportation advisory committee, the special town meeting vote gave members a three-month opportunity to educate the community on how commuter rail service would revitalize the village of [...]
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