• Number of homeless spikes on Cape Cod

    11 monthes ago - By Boston Herald

    HYANNIS, Mass. - The number of homeless people on Cape Cod and the Islands has jumped in the past year. The Cape Cod Times reports an annual count on Jan. 30 shows 358 people were living in shelters, motels and other accommodations, an increase of about 10 percent from last year's tally. The largest increase was in the number of people in shelters like St. Joseph's House in Hyannis - from 64 men and women last year, to 95 this year.
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