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Large concentration of sei spotted near the Vineyard

Over 160 whales were spotted just south of the Vineyard and Nantucket and 7 different whale species were identified during a single survey as...

Current study testing new treatment for babesiosis

A study conducted by 60 Degrees Pharma, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is currently underway to test a possible new treatment for the “rapidly emerging”...

Recovery underway in Havenside fire

Rebuilding efforts are continuing since the May 28 fire that left nine Havenside apartments residents displaced. As of now, four of those displaced residents...

Bishop Peggy Johnson makes first Island visit

Bishop Peggy Johnson of the New England Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church is set to finish her term serving the church by...

Pride Parade brings Islanders together

Under blue skies and sunshine, the Island community gathered to celebrate its third annual Pride Parade on Saturday afternoon. Parade participants congregated by the...

Gov. Healey describes renewable energy education push

Massachusetts is pushing an initiative to get more young people to work in the renewable energy industry, Gov. Maura Healey said Thursday during a...

Cotuit man runs boat aground on Chappy

A Cape Cod man drove his 43-foot speed boat onto the Chappaquiddick beach facing Edgartown harbor late Friday, telling police he had made a...

Prevention is key for tick season

It’s peak tick season until mid-June, and long pants, socks, and repellant spray are key to avoiding tick-borne diseases like Lyme, according to Patrick...

Fans flock to Dairy Queen opening

In an unofficial sign of summer, a line of parents and eager children stretched out the door and into the parking lot Monday when...