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(March 4, 2021) Kindergarten-12th grade teachers, childcare providers and school staff can start scheduling appointments for their first shot of the coronavirus vaccine Thursday, March... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The Nantucket Chamber of Commerce has opened the second round of applications for its Rock Sold Fund grant program. The fund... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) Sitting behind her cello at the VFW, Mollie Glazer wondered what type of music people who just received their COVID-19 vaccine want... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The boys varsity hockey team was disappointed when it heard there would be no state tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) Nantucket Ice opened its doors in 2002, after more than a decade of planning and fundraising that included help from Bambi and... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The girls varsity swimming and diving team finished sixth and the boys eighth in a season-ending virtual meet organized by the Eastern... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) Ryan Watson understands the value of a junior varsity program in any sport. He is the head coach of the girls JV... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The junior varsity hockey team was only able to play eight games this pandemic shortened season, finishing with a 2-6 record. Scoring... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) Five new coronavirus cases were reported on Nantucket Thursday morning, increasing to 1,206 the total number of positive tests on-island since the... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) New COVID-19 vaccine appointments at the Nantucket VFW clinic for the week of March 8 will open for self-scheduling online at 10... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The Select Board is redrafting its policy on public comment. The new policy limits speakers to three minutes, and only allows the... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) School Committee member Zona Butler is stepping down before the end of her term. She said the reasons for her resignation are... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) It was always a question of how to gain respect, as a woman in what was traditionally a man's job. The answer,... [Read More]
Thursday, March 4 Get an early start to this day. Launch ventures, sign contracts, make major decisions and purchases until 11:10 a.m., when the... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) As the Biden administration's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package faces a vote in the Senate, U.S. Rep. William Keating (D-MA) expressed frustration... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) Superior Court Judge Gregg Pasquale has denied a request by the Nantucket Land Council and town to postpone the state Housing Appeals... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) A multi-discipline state commission wants to get a jump on ocean acidification before its potential damages are seen in the shellfish industry.... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The Nantucket Conservation Foundation's proposed oyster reef at Medouie Creek is not your typical oyster reef. It's not a business proposition.... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) The winner goes to the Masters and the U.S. Open. The players are true amateurs, talented golfers who go to work at... [Read More]
(March 4, 2021) In a rare political statement, the Nantucket Conservation Foundation yesterday came out in support of the Nantucket Islands Land Bank, which is... [Read More]
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