A spokesman for the Massachusetts Municipal Association told a gathering of Island selectmen and town administrators Friday that reform is needed for...
A bill to reform and significantly strengthen the Massachusetts Public Records Law is attracting midsummer heat on Beacon Hill, as a bipartisan group...
Tobias Vanderhoop is in the middle of a legal fight to determine whether the Wampanoag tribe has the legal authority to convert its community center...
The Nature Conservancy, working with the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust, has purchased the Island’s last historic groundfish permit...
The Vineyard Conservation Society is gathering final approvals for a conservation restriction in Chilmark more than 20 years in the making.
Meeting Wednesday after a two-week hiatus, the West Tisbury selectmen took up a laundry list of items ranging from zoning violations to rooster...
Tired of obstacles to mobility in the United States, Harvard Business School professor and seasonal Edgartown resident Rosabeth Moss Kanter decided...
Oak Bluffs selectmen, against the recommendation of a majority of the financial advisory committee, voted last week to become the sixth and final...
Despite clearly-stated concern about future precedent, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission agreed last week to shorten the protected special way in West...

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