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Don Berwick Stumps for Governor at Howes House
The former director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid under President Obama and part time Chilmark resident addressed a gathering of about 25...
4:11 pm, December 21, 2013
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MVC Denies Alliance Church Expansion
Visual impact, neighborhood concerns and questions about future use were all factors in the 4-3 commission vote against a large church expansion...
7:49 pm, December 20, 2013
Boards of Health Propose Regulations on Fertilizer Use
Island boards of health prepare regulations for fertilizer use to limit leaching of nitrogen and phosphorus into ponds and coastal waters. The...
6:19 pm, December 19, 2013
NStar Arborists Defend Vegetation Spraying at Town Meeting
Amidst public scrutiny of NStar’s vegetation management practices, senior arborists from the utility company addressed concerns of Tisbury residents...
3:11 pm, December 19, 2013
Finance Leaders Sound Alarm Over Up-Island School Budget
The latest version of the budget is just over $10 million, an 8.2 per cent increase over last year. The finance committee and town accountant in West...
6:01 am, December 18, 2013
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Woods Hole Terminal Discussion Stalls; Governor Replacement Planned
Steamship Authority governors will wait for the appointment of a new Falmouth governor before resuming discussion on the Woods Hole terminal...
3:32 pm, December 17, 2013
Downtown Specialists Help Oak Bluffs Find Its Funky Center
Salem is synonymous with witchcraft, Concord with the revolutionary war. But what is the identity of Oak Bluffs? The question was put to community...
4:29 pm, December 16, 2013
Strock Family Gifts Lagoon Beachfront to Land Bank
The 1,000-foot crescent of sand that lies south of the Lagoon Pond Bridge came as an early Christmas present for the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank,...
12:22 pm, December 16, 2013
Town Reconsiders Taking Ownership of East Chop Bluff
Oak Bluffs was recently denied FEMA funding for repairs, in part because the majority of the bluff is owned by the East Chop Association. The road is...
6:29 am, December 16, 2013
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