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State Supreme Court Rules Against Land Bank in Aquinnah Dispute
John H. Kennedy
Two hiking trails, both leading to a bluff overlooking the ocean in Aquinnah, cannot be connected to create a single loop trail, the state’s highest...
4:57 pm, October 13, 2016
Renovations Begin on 18th-century Edgartown Home
One of the oldest homes on Martha’s Vineyard was sold this summer and is undergoing an extensive renovation. The former Achelis house on Cooke street...
8:30 pm, October 11, 2016
From Sengie to Cooke Street
Mary Jane Carpenter
I have seen many people, both residents and tourists, checking out the excavation at 37 Cooke Street.
8:14 pm, October 11, 2016
Dukes Academy Education Division Under New Ownership
Dukes Academy real estate school has sold its classroom education division to real estate attorney Erik Hammarlund.
11:57 am, September 23, 2016
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Islandwide Affordable Housing Series Begins
Residents from Edgartown to Aquinnah this week weighed in on an effort to increase the Island’s stock of affordable housing as a series of workshops...
5:44 pm, September 22, 2016
East Choppers Say Goodbye to a House Called Big Bluff
An 88-year-old Colonial revival home on East Chop Drive known as Big Bluff was demolished Monday. Neighbors gathered to share memories as the...
4:53 pm, September 12, 2016
Historic Camp at North Neck on Chappaquiddick Is Sold
History changed hands on Chappaquiddick last week with the sale of the home fronting Cape Pogue Pond known as the Big Camp, long owned by the Woodger...
8:35 pm, August 31, 2016
Fiddlehead Farm in West Tisbury Will Close
This summer will be the last for Fiddlehead Farm, a staple North Tisbury stop for many. Owner Robert Skydell recently learned his lease will not be...
12:54 pm, August 15, 2016
Camp Ground Cottages Open for Annual House Tour
Six gingerbread cottages will be open to the public for the annual cottage tour. The tour runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets are $30.
11:07 am, August 9, 2016
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