Looming over the Wampanoag tribe’s immediate future is the fate of a vacant parcel near its tribal headquarters, the proposed site for a 10,000-square-foot electronic bingo parlor.
A move by a Delaware bank to foreclose on a small property in Aquinnah has opened up a new front in the Wampanoag tribe’s continuing efforts to assert its rights as a sovereign nation.
Dozens of Wampanoag tribal members from Aquinnah, Chappaquiddick and Mashpee gathered at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Monday afternoon to observe Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Jamie and Durwood Vanderhoop, of Aquinnah, announce the birth of a son, Ahsun Coby Spears Vanderhoop, born on April 3.
Kathren Noel Hogan and Charles John Metros, of Aquinnah, announce the birth of a son, George Riley Metros.
Keelan and Mike Parker, of Aquinnah, announce the birth of a daughter, Leda Daisy Parker, born on June 9 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Nicholas Saul Wallen died unexpectedly on April 15. He was 34.
Harold Wolozin, a resident of Aquinnah and Oak Bluffs died on Nov. 27, 2019. He was 99 years old.