Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Chappy cell tower case thrown out

A lawsuit filed by Chappaquiddick residents opposing a 115-foot AT&T cellular tower on Chappy was dismissed by Land Court judge Howard Speicher last week, concluding a complicated, yearslong legal battle. A year following the review and approval of the cell tower by the Martha’s Vineyard...

Tisbury’s sidewalk project resumes

After a brief hiatus, the work to upgrade the sidewalk on Main Street in Tisbury has resumed, and is now entering its second phase. The...

Bill tackles commonwealth’s PFAS issues

State Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, and state Rep. Kate Hogan, D-Stow, announced in a press release they filed “a comprehensive bill targeting per- and...

Tisbury talks new town hall

The Tisbury select board reviewed potential town meeting articles in the spring geared toward the future of Town Hall, which include the construction of...

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Winter hiking around the Island

Now through early spring, the Island’s conservation properties offer much to appreciate. Expansive views through the leafless branches, solitude on the trails, and fewer ticks too. Even on a beautiful weekend day, most parking areas have plenty of room. The all-new TrailsMV mobile app includes more than 100 properties and 220+ miles of trails across the Island landscape, along with listings of nature-related events and activities. Get outside and start exploring!

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