SSA Paid No Ransom After Cyber Attack
The Steamship Authority did not pay a ransom after a cyber attack shut down the boat line’s IT and communications systems for more than a week in early June, general manager Bob Davis said Tuesday.
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Bargeman Salvages Sunken Vessel in Lagoon Pond
It’s fairly normal to see a big, shimmering red mass bobbing up and down on the Vineyard Haven side of the Lagoon. It normally isn’t a boat.
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Aquinnah Wraps Up Political Season With Last Annual Town Meeting
Capital improvements at the Aquinnah Circle are set to bring the Island’s second annual outdoor town meeting season full circle Saturday.
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TestMV Will Relocate to West Tisbury School
After a year of asymptomatic Covid-19 testing at the regional high school, TestMV is set to move its operation to the parking lot of the West Tisbury School on Monday, June 21, with free testing available weekday mornings through the summer months.
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Long-Running Fentanyl Case Ends
Jason Willoughby received a suspended jail sentence and three years probation on drug possession charges in a long-running case that dates to 2018.
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Police Investigate Altered Applications From Vineyard Trust
State and local police are investigating discrepancies in public funding requests submitted by the Vineyard Trust for restoration and maintenance work on two landmark properties.
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Tisbury Approves $30 Million Budget, Money for Road Repaving
With a $55 million school decision looming, Tisbury voters turned their attention to the annual town meeting Saturday, approving $5 million in roadway spending and a bevy of smaller capital projects.
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SSA Website Live Again; No Details on Ransomware Attack
More than a week after a ransomware attack crashed Steamship Authority IT systems and communications, the ferry line announced Saturday morning that its website was back up.
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MVC Approves Inn Annex in Edgartown
A plan to expand and convert a large residence on Edgartown’s Upper Main street into a 19-room inn received unanimous approval from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night, growing the footprint of the Edgar Inn across the street.
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Tisbury Holds Back-to-Back Town Meetings This Weekend
Tisbury voters are set to take up a hefty agenda of spending items and town bylaw changes at their annual town meeting Saturday, including millions of dollars for infrastructure improvements.
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