Voters in West Tisbury made themselves heard loud and clear at the ballot box last month when they rejected a request to override the state tax cap...
Vineyarders have a reputation for being ardent municipalists, preferring to address their problems at the town level.
On a bright, chilly Saturday earlier this month, a large contingent of Islanders turned out to participate in a walk to promote awareness about...
About halfway through his hour-plus interview with the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, Adam Turner recounted how as planning director in a small...
The paint will be dry and the historic mural ready for first-time viewing when voters walk through the doors of the Old Whaling Church, warrants in...
This was Robert J. Carroll's bench and Edgartown was his town, a place he surveyed constantly with pride and a critical eye.
When Sam Dunn came before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission seeking permission to build his bowling alley, one key selling point was a nitrogen-...
After months of deep snow and bitter cold, it comes as little surprise that spring has struggled to begin.
On the Vineyard, it is March that seems most cruel. The weather is mercurial, blowing hard and cold one day, then providing a tease of real spring a...

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