Joe the Clam Eater From the Vineyard Gazette editions of January, 1948 Not conquering perhaps, but a hero just the same, Joseph H....
Peter Cronig
In an extraordinary outcome, a Tisbury town referendum on whether town restaurants should be allowed to sell beer and wine with meals ended...
moderator
In a town well known for spirited and lengthy town meetings, Oak Bluffs voters may have set a new benchmark this year, as intense scrutiny of...
High housing costs and new federal certification requirements have led to teacher shortages at Island schools. Staffing problems are...
Dick Hathaway
Several years of effort to restore the dwindling Island bay scallop population finally paid off this year; scallop landings Islandwide...
pier
Fares for both cars and passengers on Steamship Authority ferries will go up beginning May 1 as a result of soaring world energy prices....
ON TIME III
Proposed fare raises from the new owner of the Chappaquiddick ferry have drawn complaints from dozens of residents. Peter Wells has asked...
With a green light from both the Martha’s Vineyard Commission and the Chilmark planning board, the Middle Line Road affordable housing...
Sparks flew briefly in the Chilmark town hall this week after the zoning board of appeals approved a plan to turn the long-established Inn at...

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