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Edgartown Planning Board Allows Beach Street Demolition
After more than a year of wrangling among neighbors, the planning board this week approved the demolition of a home at 2 Beach street which is more...
11:09 am, April 7, 2016
County, Trustees Settle on Norton Point Beach Management Contract
The Dukes County Commission unanimously approved a new contract with the Trustees of Reservations to manage Norton Point Beach this week, ending a...
9:24 am, April 7, 2016
Judge Rules Against Edgartown Historic Commission
The Hon. Cornelius Moriarty 2nd said a 2014 decision by the town historic commission to deny the demolition of an old house was deficient.
6:38 am, April 7, 2016
Museum Is Awarded Contract to Manage Gay Head Light
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum will resume its role as steward of the lighthouse, outscoring an Aquinnah-based group in a turbulent review.
3:57 pm, April 6, 2016
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Post Office Closure Causes Backlash
Sara Brown and Steve Myrick
Frustration marked the Edgartown selectmen’s meeting over the situation at the Triangle, where the main post office has been closed since Friday.
8:19 pm, April 4, 2016
Commission Chooses New Airport Manager
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission voted to hire Ann Crook, director of aviation for the Elmira Corning Regional Airport in central New York,...
3:46 pm, April 4, 2016
Historic District Case Set to be Heard in Superior Court
The spring sitting of Dukes County superior court opens this week with a mix of cases, including one civil case that pits an Edgartown property owner...
6:43 am, April 4, 2016
Tisbury Harbor Master Will Retire
Jay Wilbur will leave his post June 30, after 24 years at the helm on the Vineyard Haven harbor. Mr. Wilbur, 64, notified the town this week.
1:07 pm, April 1, 2016
Town Budgets See Steady Rise Through the Years
Beginning this month, Vineyard voters will be asked to spend more than $100 million collectively to keep their towns operating for the coming fiscal...
5:18 pm, March 31, 2016
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