News Roundup: D-Day Remembrances; Nantucket Erosion Control; Graduation Season
WCAI's Mindy Todd hosts a roundup of the week's top news stories. Guests include Ethan Genter from the Cape Cod Times, Josh Balling from the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror, Tim Wood from the Cape Cod Chronicle, Noah Asimow from the Vineyard Gazette, K.C. Myers from the Provincetown Banner, George Brennan from the Martha's Vineyard Times, and WCAI's Kathryn Eident, Mike Deehan, and Heather Goldstone.
Among this week's stories: Local remembrances of the D-Day anniversary; Catherine Grieg released; Kevin Spacey in court this week on Nantucket; more review of major erosion-control project on Nantucket; graduation season for students on the Cape and Islands, including one lone grad on Cuttyhunk; looking for balance between firefighter training and contaminant-free water supply; lack of affordable housing a problem in Chatham; Cape Cod's woman of the year going strong at 105; Beacon Hill legislation may or may not ease tensions between lawmakers and union leaders; state lacrosse playoffs begin this week as Martha's Vineyard coaches suspended; right whale found dead in Canadian waters; more troubles for Steamship Authority over hydraulic fluid leak on Vineyard man.