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Owners Mark and Anne Ferro met at a roller skating rink at the young age of 16 and have been together ever since. The Mills is their newest partnership combining their love of good food, entertaining friends and family, and serving the Cape community they have lived in for almost 40 years.
Mark grew up in family restaurants with a large extended family of Italian heritage and learned to cook at an early age. His first “job” paid $1 per day at his great aunt Ophelia’s restaurant, where he made meatballs, veal cutlets, and washed the huge sauce pots. Anne has always had a natural affinity and aptitude for providing excellent customer service and team building. Anne’s first employment as a young teen was with the Arlington fire department where she provided service to her community.
Mark and Anne are delighted to bring the community breakfast and lunch favorites from The Mills.

149 Cotuit Rd, Marstons Mills, MA
phone: (508) 428-9814
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Breaking: Police officer spots house fire in Hyannis
Friday February 03, 2023
HYANNIS ? A Barnstable Police officer spotted a house fire about 2 PM Friday. The fire was reported in a residence at the corner of Pine Avenue and Harvard Street. Reports say all occupants safely evacuated the structure and there were no immediate reports of injuries. Flames shot through the roof at one point. A [?] The post Breaking: Police officer spots house fire in Hyannis appeared first on
Cardiologist Drops Cape Cod Healthcare Lawsuit
Friday February 03, 2023
HYANNIS ? A cardiologist who was suing Cape Cod Healthcare has dropped the lawsuit. Dr. Richard Zelman voluntarily dismissed the case in a filing through Barnstable Superior Court last week.  Zelman filed the lawsuit in December when he claimed the provider was using unethical practices, had safety concerns, and was retaliating against him.  Zelman, a [?] The post Cardiologist Drops Cape Cod Healthcare Lawsuit appeared first on
Discover Barnstable Season 3 - Town Census Video Episode
Thursday February 02, 2023
Discover Barnstable Season 3 - Town Census Video Episode
Thursday February 02, 2023
Above image: A mugshot photo of Mason Gonsalves photocopied from an arrest report filed in Barnstable District Court. (There were no other mugshots of other individuals available at the time of this report)   HYANNIS ? According to reports filed in Barnstable District Court, this past Tuesday ? January, 31, 2023 ? members of the Barnstable Police Department were dispatched to the area of Fresh Holes Road after a School Resource Police Sergeant at Barnstable High School reportedly observed and recorded video of what appeared to be a semi-automatic pistol being brandished by an 18-year-old male. Police investigators reportedly observed Mason Gonsalves recording a video within a vehicle with a tan interior. The report continues, ?Gonsalves appeared to be wearing a black hood with writing across the toop. Gonsalves swapped between the front and rear camera of the phone while recording. This showed his face, and that the vehicle he was recording within was parked at an address on Fresh Holes Rd, Hyannis, MA.? In the video, Police reportedly observed Gonsalves demanding another male to ?Come spin,? and ?I just showed you where I'm at, Fresh Holes, Fresh Holes.? Gonsalves is reportedly known to be an ?associate? with other young adult males in the area that have had past, problematic run-ins with police. Due to a combination of past firearm offenses, assaults, suspicious persons, and property crimes, the Barnstable Police Department has ?overt? surveillance cameras monitoring and recording the area of Fresh Holes Road and Hiramar Road. Officers began focusing on a silver Toyota Highlander believed to have been used in a recent home invasion, approximately one month ago. Officers believe Gonsalves was inside the Highlander when his cell phone was recording. Officers also reportedly observed Gonsalves and other males with problematic pasts exit and return to the vehicle. Based on surveillance, officers reportedly had probable cause that Gonsalves was in possession of the brandished firearm inside of the silver Highlander. The vehicle began to drive away from the residence and a decision was made to conduct a high risk stop for officer safety. As you will hear in the following HN Video, Lt. Clark and patrol officers of the BPD day shift began staging in the area. A felony stop was conducted on Hiramar Road, and seven occupants were detained without incident. All seven would eventually be transported to police headquarters as the investigation continued. According to police reports, a black semi-automatic firearm was discovered underneath the driver's seat. The loaded Rugar LCP .380 semi-automatic pistol reportedly had one round chambered and six rounds in the magazine. Throughout the vehicle, police reportedly found ?numerous? open liquor bottles. There was reportedly an empty bottle of Hennessy, 4 berry lemon flavored nips of Smirnoff, 2 unflavored nip bottles of Smirnoff, 3 nips of Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, a berry lemon 10-pack sleeve of Smirnoff, and 2 bottles of ?MARTINELLI's Apple Juice.? The booze was an issue because allegedly all seven of the individuals detained were under the age of 21-years-old, the legal drinking age. Ethan Hierholcer (the driver), Akeem Campbell, Mason Gonsalves, Daishawn Williams, David McIntyre, Ayshalee Eddy, and Alexia Kerr were all arrested and charged for allegedly being Persons Under the age of 21 in Possession of Liquor. Ethan Hierholcer was allegedly found to be in possession with of a spring-loaded knife. He was also charged with Carrying a Dangerous Weapon. Mason Gonsalves, age 18, of Dennisport, in addition to the booze, was charged with Possession of a Firearm without an FID/LTC, Possession of Ammunition without an FID/LTC, and Improper Storage of a Firearm. At his arraignment, Gonsalves was held pending a Dangerousness Hearing? [DEVELOPING] * The initial details contained in the above report are based on police radio transmissions and reports filed in Barnstable District Court. The defendants are presumed to be innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. The following HN ?video? highlights police radio transmissions from last Tuesday's felony stop? [HN VIDEO ? PRESS PLAY] P.S. ? Today's Hytown Vignette is a brought to you by Too Short [CLICK IT/CRANK IT!] The post ALLEGED GUN CHARGES, PLUS TOO YOUNG FOR ?HENNY?  [HN VIDEO] first appeared on Hyannis News - News & Information for Hyannis Cape Cod.
Barnstable Reschedules Public Meeting on Ocean Street Project
Thursday February 02, 2023
HYANNIS ? Barnstable's public information meeting on the Ocean Street renovation project has been rescheduled to Monday, February 6. Plans to renovate the south end of the road's sidewalks between Kalmus Beach and the John F. Kennedy Memorial will be outlined during the session. Town officials add that the beach's entrance is also slated to [?] The post Barnstable Reschedules Public Meeting on Ocean Street Project appeared first on
Two-vehicle crash closes section of Route 28 in Centerville
Wednesday February 01, 2023
CENTERVILLE ? A two-vehicle crash was reported at Falmouth Road (Route 28) and Lumbert Mill Road just before 7:30 PM Wednesday. Both drivers were treated and released at the scene. Route 28 was closed between Five Corners and Osterville/West Barnstable Road while the scene was worked. Barnstable Police are investigating the cause of the crash. The post Two-vehicle crash closes section of Route 28 in Centerville appeared first on
Wednesday February 01, 2023
[BARNSTABLE POLICE MEDIA STATEMENT] On Monday January 30th, 2023, 27 year old Austin Donn of Plymouth, was taken into custody by the Barnstable Police Investigative Services Division and Patrol Division on an arrest warrant out of the Barnstable District Court. Donn was developed as a suspect in a spree of motor vehicle break ins, stolen motor vehicles, and motor vehicle arson that occurred in the early morning hours on January 14, 2023 in the villages of Centerville and Marstons Mills.  The Barnstable Police Department would like to thank the public and our Facebook community for their assistance in identifying Donn as the individual responsible for these crimes. Donn was held on $10,000 cash bail at the Barnstable Police Department and [was] scheduled to be arraigned at Barnstable District Court on Tuesday January 31, 2023 on charges of larceny of a motor vehicle, arson, and several other charges stemming from these incidents.The post 27-Y-O BROKE INTO, STOLE & BURNED CENTERVILLE/MARSTONS MILLS AUTOS, COPS SAY first appeared on Hyannis News - News & Information for Hyannis Cape Cod.
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