News Roundup: Cape Bridges Signed Over to MA; Toxic Algae Blooms in Cape Ponds | WCAI

News Roundup: Cape Bridges Signed Over to MA; Toxic Algae Blooms in Cape Ponds

Jul 10, 2020

July skies over Cape Cod
Credit S Junker

The new Cape bridges are going to belong to the State of Massachusetts, once the federal government pays for them. Phase 3 of the pandemic reopening begins, which is good news for gyms and museums.  And toxic algae blooms are showing up in Cape ponds.

We have those stories and more on the local news roundup, as WCAI News Director Steve Junker speaks with some of the region’s leading journalists.

This week's guests include WCAI’s Jennette Barnes and Eve Zuckoff; Josh Balling of the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror; Tim Wood from the Cape Cod Chronicle; Mary Ann Bragg of the Provincetown Banner; Cindy McCormick from the Cape Cod Times; Noah Asimow of the Vineyard Gazette; and WCAI's Mike Deehan at the Statehouse.