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MVC Decides Not to Review Marijuana Dispensary
Taking up the question for the first time of whether a dispensary requires review as a development of regional impact, Martha’s Vineyard Commission...
6:48 am, May 10, 2014
Lawsuits Fuel Airport, County Tensions
Longstanding tensions between the Dukes County Commission and the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission over who really runs the airport wound up in...
7:00 pm, May 8, 2014
Aquinnah Takes Up Lighthouse Funding
A level-funded budget, a possible name change for State Road and a major spending request for the relocation of the Gay Head Light will come before...
6:45 pm, May 8, 2014
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Candidates Present United Front Against Casino in Aquinnah
Incumbent selectman Beverly Wright stressed her experience over the past three years while challenger Julianne Vanderhoop emphasized helping the...
9:30 pm, May 7, 2014
Override, Town Clerk Race Top Tisbury Town Election
A new selectman and a contested town clerk race await Tisbury voters when they head to the polls next Tuesday. The town will also vote on its first...
3:28 pm, May 7, 2014
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Legal Fight Ends on Bright Note With Four Affordable Housing Lots in Chilmark
Twelve years in the making, the complicated deal with the town, the land bank and the Howard B. Hillman family will create affordable housing, add...
6:22 am, May 6, 2014
Oak Bluffs Mulls Ending Fluoridation, Reigniting Debate Over Benefits, Risks
The Oak Bluffs water district has been fluoridating the public water supply since April of 1992, and is the only town on the Island to do so. But the...
4:49 pm, May 5, 2014
Stop & Shop Hearing Closes; Deliberations Begin Next Month
A 10-month review of the Stop & Shop expansion plan came to a close Thursday night before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission. The plan has been a...
7:10 pm, May 2, 2014
Federal Ruling Favors Alabama Tribe in Casino Rights Case
A federal judge ruled early this month that the state of Alabama cannot interfere with casinos on tribal lands. The case has caught the attention of...
10:34 am, May 2, 2014
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