Pot Saga Solved on Martha’s Vineyard

OAK BLUFFS - Martha’s Vineyard has averted running out of marijuana after federal regulations created challenges for shipping across the sound. … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Cannabis Commission Adjusts Rules On Transporting Product

WORCESTER – The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission approved an order at a meeting on Thursday that allows marijuana to be transported over … [Read more...]

Martha’s Vineyard is About to Run Out of Pot. That’s Led to a Lawsuit and a Scramble by Regulators

VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) — An 81-year-old woman on Martha's Vineyard drove up to the Island Time dispensary last week seeking her usual order of … [Read more...]

Island Dispensaries Suing State Cannabis Board

HYANNIS – A couple of marijuana dispensaries on Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are suing the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission. The Green … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Council Approves Pardoning People With Misdemeanor Cannabis Convictions

BOSTON (AP) — A Massachusetts council has approved Gov. Maura Healey’s plan to pardon tens of thousands of people convicted of misdemeanor marijuana … [Read more...]

Governor Healey Moving To Pardon Marijuana Possession Convictions

BOSTON – Governor Maura Healey is taking executive action to pardon misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions in Massachusetts. If approved by … [Read more...]

Bourne Voters Repeal Marijuana Sale Ban

BOURNE - After five attempts, Bourne voters at special town meeting Monday approved the recreational sale of marijuana in the town. Article 15 was … [Read more...]

Bourne Voters Tackle Marijuana Sales Ban

BOURNE - Bourne has maintained a ban on the recreational sale of marijuana for years, but that could change at special town meeting on November … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Adopting Cannabis-Impaired Driver’s Ed

BOSTON (AP) — Beginning next month, Massachusetts will adopt a curriculum designed to educate teens on the risks of driving while under the influence … [Read more...]

Sandwich Approves Money for School Building Repairs

SANDWICH – Residents in Sandwich approved a $13 million debt exclusion for school improvements at the annual town meeting on May 2. The work would … [Read more...]



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