The legal battles continue between the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and former Airport Fuel Services owner Michael Rotondo.
The town committee will seek a developer only for the portion of the Main street lot where the dilapidated house is located.
Ladders were up and painters on the job at the Island Theatre Wednesday.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission is looking to expand its business park to increase revenue and fill demand for new leases.
More than $2 million in community development block grants have been awarded to the Island and Gosnold this year.
After three months of legal battles, the owner of Airport Mobil said he will close the station and car wash at the end of the day Monday, July 17.
Emergency repairs to the crumbling Island Theatre have been completed, although a town-approved window for painting the building’s facade has come...
Who needs the History Channel when you’ve got the Cottagers’ 34th Annual House Tour? This year’s event takes place Thursday, July 20 from 10 a.m. to...
A property in the Green Hollow section of Edgartown sold last week for $20.5 million, still falling shy of a record for single family real estate...

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