BOSTON — State Sen. Dan Wolf, a Hyannis Democrat, is a true leader on environmental issues, according to his perfect scores on the Environmental League of Massachusetts’ unique and inaugural legislative scorecard. The score...

The Martha’s Vineyard economy is built in part on a seasonal influx of short- and long-term visitors. While many choose to stay in one of the Island’s inns or hotels, a significant portion of those visitors will rent a private house.



Members of the Cape Delegation celebrated the 2015 “Unsung Heroines” at the State House on Wednesday, June 17, 2015.

Hosted by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women, the program identified and honored extraordinary women...

In strong legislation passed yesterday by the Massachusetts Senate to fight the scourge of drug abuse, landmark language sponsored by Cape and Islands Senator Dan Wolf (D-Harwich) would establish a program to require pharmaceutical companies to buy bac...

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Dan Wolf, Thu, 04/11/2013

This week, the Senate released Senate bill 1766: “An Act Relative to Transportation Finance,” and we plan on debating this legislation over the next few days. As the debate continues over how best to fund our transportation and infrastructu...

Dan Wolf, Sun, 02/03/2013

We've reached a major milestone and achievement in the long effort to address Cape Cod's most serious environmental challenge.

In January, the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust approved $3.35 million to fund the creation of a comprehensive ...

Dan Wolf, Sun, 02/03/2013

Here is my pledge:

I will support and work for tougher gun control laws in Massachusetts this coming session.

The time to face the scourge of assault weapons not only has come, it came long ago. And so in the wake of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecti...