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MVC Decides Not to Review Mullen Way Subdivision
A project to develop seven acres of land into a subdivision on Mullen Way in Edgartown will bypass a regional planning review, following a 7-4 vote.
12:44 pm, March 28, 2015
Candidates for Selectmen Appeal to Oak Bluffs Voters
As a five-way race heats up for two seats on the Oak Bluffs board of selectmen, candidates made their pitch to voters at a forum Wednesday.
5:48 pm, March 27, 2015
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MVC Names Four Finalists in Search for New Director
A search committee has recommended four finalists for the post of executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission.
2:35 pm, March 27, 2015
Court Backs Town in Boch Helicopter Dispute
Edgartown can prohibit resident Barbara Boch from landing a helicopter on her lawn, according to a court ruling in a long-running dispute between the...
6:53 pm, March 26, 2015
State Challenges Airport Appointments
The state agency that oversees airports is casting doubt on the official makeup of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission, following a vote by the...
6:45 pm, March 26, 2015
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Center For Living Looks to Towns for Help with Building Purchase
The Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living is looking for support for a new building from town meeting voters in all towns, who will be asked whether to...
6:32 pm, March 26, 2015
Amid Uproar from Neighbors, Oak Bluffs Park and Ride Plan on Hold
The Oak Bluffs selectmen have canceled plans to use a town lot for a new park and ride service after neighborhood residents came out in force to...
4:59 pm, March 26, 2015
Old Coach Road in West Tisbury Protected as Ancient Way
A historic mail route in West Tisbury has been set aside for special protection from future development. The Martha’s Vineyard Commission late last...
9:10 am, March 25, 2015
Contracts, Salaries Set for Incoming School Superintendents
Incoming assistant superintendent Richard Smith will be paid $140,000. Superintendent Matthew D’Andrea, who takes over when Dr. James Weiss retires...
3:20 pm, March 24, 2015
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