Tisbury school building committee members urged the public to participate in their survey to give them guidance concerning the Tisbury School.
A few days back I drove into Oak Bluffs for a morning cup of joe from Mocha Mott's.
Last week’s comments by businessman Scott Mullin in a lengthy Gazette article concerning the sale of hard liquor in Tisbury have led me to write this...
At the April 25, 2017 annual town meeting, the citizens of Truro voted to protect its portion of the Cape Cod National Seashore.
My name is Ali Marcus and I go to the West Tisbury School.
As Vineyard Haven business owners, we ask you to vote yes on Question One to allow restaurants to serve spirits.
I am deeply concerned about the possibility of having hard alcohol in the restaurants, inns and hotels in Tisbury.
When the voters of Tisbury head to the polls next Tuesday, we respectfully ask for your support of Question One.
A yes vote on Question One will create profound changes to the fabric and character of Tisbury.

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