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Selectmen Shift Stance on Pledge of Support for Stop & Shop
At the urging of Tristan Israel who was not present last week, Tisbury selectmen voted Tuesday to remove language from an agreement with Stop &...
8:28 pm, April 8, 2014
Jimmy Seas, Famous for Pan Pasta, Sold to the Highest Bidder
They came for the food — celebrities and Islanders alike would line up on Kennebec avenue at Jimmy Seas every summer. But after a 20-year run the Oak...
3:17 pm, April 8, 2014
Liquor License on Hold for Bookstore's Expanded Cafe
The Edgartown selectmen have reconsidered granting a liquor license to Edgartown Books after learning they did not have the proper approval from...
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West Tisbury Businesswoman Presses Ahead With Marijuana Dispensary Plan
The town board of appeals will refer Susan Sanford’s application to open a registered medical marijuana dispensary at Vineyard Complementary Medicine...
7:13 am, April 5, 2014
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Stop & Shop Agrees to Pay Tisbury $1.16 Million in Mitigation Money
A memorandum announced by the Tisbury selectmen Tuesday calls for Stop & Shop to make a large payment to the town and meet other conditions. For...
On Tap, Barn Raising IPA: Bad Martha's Brewery Is Underway
Builders from Riehl’s Construction, an Amish carpentry company based in Leola, Pa. that specializes in recreating barns, arrived over the weekend to...
12:21 pm, April 1, 2014
Trucking, Up to Chilmark, Serving Up Wraps, Falafels and Romaine
Two ovens, two sinks, tortilla soup, hamburgers, cookies and great conversation all inside Josh Aronie's mobile kitchen, The Food Truck. Parked...
5:56 pm, March 20, 2014
New Brew: Expanding Business Gives Oak Bluffs Coffee Cred
Beetlebung owners Renee and John Molinari, the newest holders of a seasonal all-alcohol license in Oak Bluffs, plan to cater to a different audience...
9:57 am, March 20, 2014
Commission Approves Oak Bluffs Bowling Alley Plan
Architect Reid (Sam) Dunn’s Cottage City Bowling now goes to the town for approvals at the local level. Mr. Dunn agreed to keep sound levels at 62...
6:27 am, March 7, 2014
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