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Oak Bluffs Straightens Protocols Following Flap Over Fuel Fund
The town is taking steps to clarify procedures for outside donations to the town. Meanwhile, council director Roger Wey remains on paid...
6:25 am, March 3, 2014
Commission Budget Comes Under Fire From Island Towns
Already under pressure for the lengthy pace of its development reviews, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission has come under heightened scrutiny in Island...
5:59 pm, February 27, 2014
Islandwide DCPC Aims to Curb Fertilizer Use
A regional effort to protect the Vineyard’s coastal estuaries and drinking water is set to come before voters this spring as Island boards of health...
5:26 pm, February 27, 2014
Selectmen Approve License for Seasonal Liquor Store
The Edgartown selectmen have approved a license for a new seasonal liquor store in Edgartown. The new store will take the place of Town Provisions on...
1:52 pm, February 27, 2014
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Under New Leadership, Tribe Presses Ahead With Casino Plans
After a referendum to quash the plan to put high-stakes bingo in the Wampanoag community center failed by two votes, tribal chairman Tobias...
3:30 pm, February 26, 2014
Chilmark Finance Committee Rejects MVC Budget
In a strongly-worded letter, the committee cited “lack of clear management, focus and prioritization,” as reasons for not recommending the $1.45...
6:04 am, February 26, 2014
Edgartown Delays Plan to Acquire Yellow House
One day after Edgartown community preservation committee members voted to allocate funds for the town to acquire the Yellow House on Main street,...
12:20 pm, February 25, 2014
Oak Bluffs Bowling Alley Plan Draws Lively Debate
Architect Reid (Sam) Dunn wants to redevelop a block of four commercially-zoned lots on Uncas avenue into a 10-lane bowling alley with a restaurant,...
5:48 am, February 22, 2014
Cost of Clearing Island Roads Piles Up, Like the Snow
Every Island town reported this week that it has already exceeded its snow removal budget for 2014. West Tisbury tops the list by far, with $85,000...
7:35 pm, February 18, 2014
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