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State Supreme Court Upholds Town, VCS in Moshup Trail Case
The state SJC handed a legal victory to the town of Aquinnah and others who have been battling a private developer for years over whether land off...
Aquinnah Seeks New Rules to Promote Affordable Housing
A series of zoning amendments aimed at increasing the stock of affordable housing in Aquinnah — especially rental housing — will come before voters...
8:38 pm, April 18, 2016
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Seats of History: If These Chairs and Benches Could Talk
For many Islanders, the chairs and benches at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle are synonymous with the place itself. Now the iconic 19th century seating...
6:13 am, April 18, 2016
Financial Audit Finds Deficiencies at Airport from Past Year
With a new manager on deck and an audit that flagged deficiencies from the past year, the Martha’s Vineyard airport commission looked forward and...
7:38 am, April 16, 2016
MVC Allows Chappy Cell Tower
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission this week approved construction of a temporary 104-foot cell tower on Chappaquiddick, a proposal that has divided...
6:46 am, April 16, 2016
Voters Approve Spending, Back Incumbents at Town Elections
Thursday’s town elections brought low turnout and few surprises, with voters in West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown easily approving spending...
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Plastic Bag Ban Tops Islandwide Town Meeting Initiatives
Chairs and benches at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle will be restored. Information for senior citizens will enter the digital age. And single-use plastic...
7:05 pm, April 14, 2016
Voters Reject Plan to Enlarge Edgartown Refuse Facility
The $2.5 million expansion of the Martha’s Vineyard Refuse District’s central transfer station is on hold for now after Edgartown voted against the...
6:32 pm, April 14, 2016
Edgartown Constable Jonathan Searle Hangs Up His Badge
Much has changed in Edgartown in the past 50 years, but one thing has not: at every town meeting and election, a Searle was on hand, wearing a...
6:17 pm, April 14, 2016
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