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Up-Island School Committee Puts Off Budget Vote Until January
Due to a posting error, the up-Island regional school committee has postponed a vote on the budget for the coming fiscal year until early January.
11:19 am, December 16, 2015
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Ribbon Is Cut, New Oak Bluffs Fire Station Opens
With the snip of a long red ribbon, the new $8.3 million Oak Bluffs fire station officially opened for business Tuesday. The station has nearly 20,...
11:00 am, December 16, 2015
Aquinnah Revives Parks and Recreation Committee
Aquinnah selectmen on Tuesday voted to reestablish a town parks and recreation commission — the first in several years — to help oversee the Gay Head...
10:36 am, December 16, 2015
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SSA Explores Barging Trash to New Bedford
Vineyard governor Marc Hanover wants the boat line to explore the feasibility of getting trash off the ferries and shipping it to New Bedford via...
5:35 pm, December 15, 2015
Edgartown Sorts Priorities for Capital Spending
The town capital programs committee recommended $1.7 million worth of projects to selectmen Monday, including a new ambulance, street paving and...
5:49 pm, December 14, 2015
Wampanoag Tribe Asks Judge To Reconsider; HUD Grants Extension
John H. Kennedy
As the Aquinnah tribe presses its case in federal court to open a gambling hall on the Island, it has been granted an extension to repay $1.1 million...
MVC Seeks More Information on North Bluff Plan
As the North Bluff restoration project in Oak Bluffs comes under fresh public scrutiny, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission asked for more information...
4:30 pm, December 11, 2015
Officials Brace for Increased Boat Traffic on Menemsha Pond
As Menemsha Channel is dredged for first time in decades, Chilmark and Aquinnah officials are protecting Menemsha Pond from increased boat traffic.
5:18 pm, December 9, 2015
Lean High School Budget Approved; SPED Director Post Will Be Kept
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee voted this week to certify an $18.7 million budget for the coming year.
8:41 am, December 9, 2015
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