The housing bank is the issue of this year.
I would like to share my thoughts and support for the proposed housing bank article, which will be on all Island town warrants this spring.
would like to publicly apologize to Susan Desmarais for the offense and hurt caused by my remarks during her statement at the March 31 Oak Bluffs...
It is with many emotions that Ed and I hand over stewardship of Ashakomaksett Farm to the land bank today.
We have just received the news that the Ocean View Restaurant was destroyed by a fire.
Leaders of faith communities on Martha’s Vineyard are in the forefront of affordable housing concerns on the Island.
The following letter was sent to the Joint Committee on Housing for the state legislature.
On March 19 the NAACP Martha’s Vineyard branch voted to support the housing bank proposal.
Out of profound respect for the health of staff and friends/customers, Sundog remained closed during most of our 50th anniversary year of 2020.
I speak here as the parent of a son with Down Syndrome who has been invited to camp, consecutively, for 43 years.
My connection with the Poole family goes back 50 years, to when they lived around the corner in Edgartown.
I started working when I was 14 years old. Everett Poole hired a lot of young people, including me.