Oak Bluffs selectmen again postponed a decision about their appointment to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission after lengthy discussion Tuesday.

Selectmen will commission a report on how much it would cost to bring the crumbling, 101-year-old Island Theatre into a safe state.

Gov. Charlie Baker’s decision to slash more than $98 million from the state budget could affect key programs on Martha’s Vineyard.

A Martha’s Vineyard Commission survey confirms a stark contrast between the needs of renters and homeowners on the Island.

Wednesday is for weeping. On Dec. 14, Pie in the Sky Bakery will close its doors for construction.

The 19th Annual Spirit of the Vineyard Award was given to Armen and Vicky Hanjian on Monday morning at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center.


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Robert O’Brien retired from the board after 25 years of service as the Barnstable member.

Tom Sharkey was named interim chief executive officer in the wake of the departure of CEO Paul Falvey.

Tisbury selectmen this week advocated for ornamental pear trees on a village lane.