FCTV Exclusives

FCTV provides coverage of happenings and news from Woods Hole to Hatchville, from Waquoit to Sippewisset and everywhere in between!

March Mathness FCTV Exclusive - March Mathness

We stop by Mullen-Hall to find out more about their March Mathness program and how you can participate.

March 16th, 2018
Commodores FCTV Exclusive - Commodores Host Families

We sit down with several host families to discuss what it was like for them hosting players for the commodores every year.

March 16th, 2018
Steamship Authority FCTV Exclusive - Steamship Authority Terminal

We sit down with the General Manager for the Steamship Authority to discuss the end of an era as the old Terminal building in Woods Hole is torn down to make room for the new one.

March 16th, 2018
Goatwalk FCTV Exclusive - Goatwalk

We sit down with Meghan Hanawalt of Get my Goats to discuss the upcoming Goatwalks.

March 16th, 2018
International Womens Day FCTV Exclusive - International Womens Day

We sit down with Teri Cavanagh of WE CAN to discuss International Womens Day and programs to help women locally here on Cape Cod.

March 16th, 2018
Affordable Housing FCTV Exclusive - Affordable Housing

We sit down with Dylan Fernandes to discuss the new House Bill 4134 regarding housing for middle and low income families.

March 16th, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Coast Guard Station Woods Hole Construction Update

For some time there’s been discussion of upgrading the Coast Guard facility in Woods Hole and construction has recently begun, mainly focusing on demolishing older parts of the base and rebuilding them to keep them in line with the modern needs of the

March 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Cold Water Dangers

As the weather turns warmer, people look to head back out on the water; but that doesn’t mean that precautions shouldn’t still be taken.

March 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Woods Hole Public Library Patron Appreciation Week

The Woods Hole Public Library recently held a Patron Appreciation Week which found the library showing their gratitude to the people who keep their doors open as well as let members of the community know how valuable a resource the library is.

March 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - East Falmouth Junior Achievement

In an effort to better prepare kids for entering the business world as adults, East Falmouth Elementary recently hosted a special supplemental class on junior achievement.

March 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Harambee

As part of Black History month each year, the science institutions around Woods Hole come together to put on the annual community gathering Harambee - a Kenyan tradition which means “all pull together.” Guests were treated to a wide variety of food suc

March 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Wind Turbines Update

One of the more talked about issues in Falmouth concerns the two wind turbines located at the wastewater treatment plant off Blacksmith Shop Road.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - North Falmouth Public Library Renovations

The future of the North Falmouth Public Library is currently being decided by its building committee. Preliminary plans include a completely new building, increasing the square footage of the library to include space for more community facilities.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Great Harbor Oil Spill

We start this episode at Great Harbor in Woods Hole where an approximately 100 square yard oil spill was reported to the Coast Guard.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Soup-er Bowl

For several years now, the Falmouth Jewish Congregation and Waquoit Congregational Church have hosted their Souper Bowl fundraiser, benefiting the Falmouth Service Center.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Engage Falmouth Volunteer Fair

Grassroots activism group Engage Falmouth recently hosted their second annual volunteer fair. Playfully dubbed an engagement party, the event’s purpose was to bring organizations together with prospective volunteers to become more involved in the betterment of their community.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Falmouth Police Awards

The Falmouth Police Department recently hosted an awards ceremony to recognize police officers and citizens who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to serve their community.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Skip the Straw

Discarded plastic is one of the biggest threats to our oceans, but that doesn’t mean it’s being ignored. In this next story we learn about a local group who's working hard to get their message of plastic waste reduction heard.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - No Guff Week

For over a decade now, Falmouth High School has set aside time for what they call “No Guff Week” - created to promote positive empowerment among students.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Color Me Calm

Falmouth Public Library has recently begun hosting a weekly coloring program aimed at adults called Color Me Calm. FCTV sat down with the creator of the program, Rachel Paine, to learn more about this engaging and soothing activity.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Cape Cod Curling Club Media Day

Curling is one of the most popular winter sports on Cape Cod, but is frequently looked at as nothing more than an oddity by much of the general public.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Good Neighbor Energy Fund

For over thirty years now the Good Neighbor Energy Fund has helped assist residents in Massachusetts who have trouble paying their utility bills.

February 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Freezin For A ReasonFebruary 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusive - Clippers Hockey Military Appreciation NightFebruary 2nd, 2018
FCTV Exclusives - Temporary Terminal

January 5th, 2018

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