Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Martha’s Vineyard mourns passing of David McCullough

Just two months after the passing of his beloved Rosalee, awardwinning author and noted historian David McCullough has died. McCullough, 89, and his family had a home in West Tisbury. According to the New York Times, McCullough was at his Hingham home when he died...

Church has hang-ups with Roe decision 

“Roe Roe Roe your vote,” “I am an object,” “We won’t go back”, and “Why make it harder?” are some of the messages that...

Navigator Homes project gets pushback from abutters

A public hearing at Thursday’s Martha’s Vineyard Commission meeting regarding the proposed Navigator Homes development in Edgartown pitted hospital and nursing facility reps — citing...

Date set for $26 million vote, if needed

At a rare Friday afternoon meeting, held exclusively in-person, the Tisbury select board reopened the warrant article regarding the Tisbury School’s renovation and addition...

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