Marrying the old with the new is the vision for Simon and Annabelle Hunton, the new owners of the Nobnocket Boutique Inn. The inn formerly known as...
A long-planned subdivision off Barnes Road is the first to make use of a bylaw that promotes open space and affordable housing in a cluster design....
A series of zoning amendments aimed at increasing the stock of affordable housing in Aquinnah — especially rental housing — will come before voters...
The former Edgartown Deli will become the newest bar and restaurant in the heart of the village. Island native Chris Fischer will be chef.
The town historical commission will delay the demolition of a well-known house thought to have been a British headquarters during Grey’s Raid in 1778...
Edgartown Weighs HIstoric District Expansion
Picking up on efforts that began more than 40 years ago, Edgartown voters will decide next week whether to more than double the size of their...
After more than a year of wrangling among neighbors, the planning board this week approved the demolition of a home at 2 Beach street which is more...
The Hon. Cornelius Moriarty 2nd said a 2014 decision by the town historic commission to deny the demolition of an old house was deficient.
Frustration marked the Edgartown selectmen’s meeting over the situation at the Triangle, where the main post office has been closed since Friday.

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