The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted Thursday night to approve plans for a large expansion of the Edgartown Stop & Shop.
The federal Department of Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs this week announced plans to accept into trust about 15 acres of land for the tribe.
Town selectmen approved a single tax rate for all properties of $3.87 for every $1,000 worth of property.
Amid concerns about building design, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission is expected to reopen a public hearing on the Edgartown Stop & Shop...
Patrick Ahearn is the author of a new book called Timeless, to be published in December. The book chronicles the architect's career, mostly centered...
Potential bidders and other interested parties streamed through the old Yellow House in downtown Edgartown on Tuesday, getting an up-close look at...
Daniel Consoni, a 29-year-old Edgartown resident, won the right to buy a one-bedroom loft in downtown Edgartown in a lottery drawing Monday afternoon...
Under pressure from the FAA to increase revenue, the airport commission is looking at raising rents at the business park.
Less than a week after Edgartown issued a request for proposals for the Main street property, 11 potential developers have expressed interest.

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