The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will choose a new director from a pool of 33 candidates. A nationwide search that concluded last week saw a good...
Aiming for more uniform management of striped bass fisheries along the Atlantic coast, the state Division of Marine Fisheries will not seek an...
A proposal to bring trolley service to Oak Bluffs saw enthusiastic support from selectmen this week.
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank broke its own record for fees last week, collecting more than $1 million in a single five-day period. Several large...
Property tax bills are going up in West Tisbury and so is spending this year, with the town preparing to ask voters to exceed the state tax cap. A...
After a state application to renovate the aging school fell through, members of the town and school community hope to kick start a new effort. The...
Chilmark voters early this week unanimously backed a plan for restoring Squibnocket Beach, ending a seven-month public review. It was a striking...
Against a backdrop of strict state and federal rules governing clean water in harbors, Tisbury town officials are wrestling with how to best provide...
Tisbury ended its scallop season in the Lagoon this week on a strong note. Assistant shellfish constable Donald MacGillivray said 1,980 bushels of...

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