Edgartown selectmen voted to impose a permanent restraint order for a dog involved in an incident outside a home in December.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts are looking toward the future of the Massachusetts Estuaries Project, a 14-year study of saltwater...
A long-pending bill to reform the Massachusetts Public Records Law is back on track to become reality after clearing the state senate last week. The...
The dredging of the Menemsha channel isn’t the first Army Corps project to suffer from delays since the federal government approved more than $50...
A representative from Denmark’s largest energy company had a chilly reception in Chilmark this week as commercial fishermen and others discussed a...
Tisbury school leaders are ready to jump start a new building project, following the news that the town has qualified for a state grant.
Longstanding efforts to widen a historic herring run and improve circulation in James Pond are gaining momentum. The 50-acre pond is tucked along the...
As promised, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is appealing a ruling that it has no legal authority to run a gambling facility on the Island.
A diverse group of Aquinnah residents gathered in the Old Town Hall last week to envision a future for the Island’s farthest outpost. It was the...

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