Selectmen Sign Off on Yellow House Plan
Sara Brown

A Vineyard Haven contractor has been selected to lease and restore the old Yellow House in Edgartown after emerging as the winning bidder.

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Alchemy Restaurant Set to Change Hands
Sara Brown

The popular restaurant and bar on Main street Edgartown, will soon be under new ownership. Owners Scott and Charlotte Caskey have an agreement to sell.

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Yellow House Bid Wins Committee Approval
Sara Brown

A proposal from an Island contractor to redevelop the Yellow House was easily approved Monday by a town subcommittee.

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Edgartown Allows Saturday Scalloping
Sara Brown

It’s been a banner year for bay scallops in Edgartown, with town selectmen voting this week to allow commercial scalloping on Saturdays through the end of the season.

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Yellow House Bidders Drop From Two to One
Sara Brown

Edgartown is one step closer to having a new steward for the Yellow House after one of two potential developers withdrew from the process Monday.

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Selectmen Approve Utility Pole, Make Appointments
Sara Brown

Edgartown selectmen approved a new utility pole and made appointments at a brief meeting Tuesday.

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Internal Turmoil Colors Police Chief Search in Edgartown
Sara Brown
With a search now under way for a new police chief in Edgartown, tension inside the department has bubbled to the surface in a town that has long prided itself on having relatively few internal problems.
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Paving Project Frustrates Residents on Meeting House Way
Sara Brown

A long-planned project to pave Meeting House Way is moving along, Edgartown selectmen said Monday, although too slowly for some residents.

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Edgartown Sets Tax Rate
Sara Brown

Town selectmen approved a single tax rate for all properties of $3.87 for every $1,000 worth of property.

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Selectmen Balk at Funding Request from County Sheriff
Sara Brown

Edgartown selectmen pushed back this week at a request from Sheriff Robert Ogden to have the town contribute funding to the Island communication center.

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