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Concerns Aired Over Safety at Pilgrim Nuclear Plant
Activists from Cape Cod who are pushing for the closure of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth brought their cause to the Island at a...
5:38 am, July 2, 2014
Martha's Vineyard Airport Commission Defends Its Conduct
Members of the airport commission have declared they will serve out the remainder of their terms, despite a call from the Dukes County Commission to...
5:15 pm, June 30, 2014
Work Begins on Fence to Curb Dog Barking in West Tisbury
The West Tisbury selectmen took steps this week to resolve an ongoing dispute between Animal Health Care Associates and the residents of Coffin’s...
4:32 pm, June 26, 2014
Changing of the Guard; Station Menemsha Bids Farewell to Chief Olsen
His four-year Vineyard run has been marked by a historic fire, an award-winning crew and a record number of law enforcement boardings. Now it is time...
10:27 am, June 26, 2014
Oak Bluffs Selectmen Dismiss Council on Aging Director
Ending a four-month controversy, the Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to lay off council on aging director Roger Wey. The decision will be...
5:37 pm, June 24, 2014
Offshore Wind Leasing Moves Closer to the Vineyard
Last week Gov. Deval Patrick announced that 742,000 acres of ocean south of Martha’s Vineyard will soon be available for commercial wind energy...
1:26 pm, June 24, 2014
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MVC Will Review Housing Trust's Affordable Apartment Plan
A plan to convert an old house off Water street in Vineyard Haven into affordable apartments will require review by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission...
4:02 pm, June 23, 2014
Oak Bluffs Zoning Board Weighs Decision on Goodale's Pit
The town zoning board of appeals is considering whether or not to require the owners of Goodale’s sand and gravel pit to apply for a special permit...
12:05 pm, June 23, 2014
State Opens Large Ocean Area to Commercial Wind Leases
Some 742,000 acres of ocean south of Martha’s Vineyard will soon be available for commercial wind energy leases, Gov, Deval Patrick announced this...
7:33 pm, June 19, 2014
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