After nearly two months of bickering in and out of court, the Wampanoag tribe and town of Aquinnah have a written agreement that allows the tribe to...

When Carlo D’Antonio sold his 110-year-old wooden sailboat Banzai he said goodbye to all of his handcrafted restorations except for one — the flag...

On Jan. 6, 1961, U.S District Court Judge W. A. Bootle ordered the immediate admission of two black students to the University of Georgia, ending 160...

Citing a potential budget deficit of nearly $1 million for the next fiscal year, the Vineyard Transit Authority administration and advisory board...

West Tisbury School chef Jenny DeVivo along with her team of Nisa Webster and Eli Carroll participated in The Great Food Truck Race this summer....

Raising money for ALS, Doug McConnell battled the elements for seven hours including blustering winds, ripping tides and jellyfish stings, but was...

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News Briefs

Felix Neck will be opening the doors of a new nature-based preschool on Sept. 3.

The Permanent Endowment will launch a new class of impact grants in the $15,000 to $25,000 range.

Jim Thomas and the U.S. Slave Song Project will bring a special performance of 1854 A Folk Opera to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs on Friday, August 23,...

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