Edgartown courthouse

Courthouse Reopens, With Heat

The Edgartown courthouse reopened Tuesday morning after a broken boiler had forced a closure for two weeks.

Emergency Spending Approved to Replace Courthouse Boiler

The Dukes County commission and county advisory board unanimously approved $50,000 to replace the boiler at the Edgartown courthouse.

Edgartown Courthouse Closes for a Week After Heating System Fails

The courthouse will remain shuttered for the rest of the week due to a broken boiler, court officials said.

Edgartown Courthouse Closed by Covid

The Edgartown courthouse was closed for cleaning after a courthouse staffer tested positive for Covid-19.

Loss of Edgarown Court Officer Proves to be Gain for Tisbury

The Edgartown courthouse has lost its only female, and only Portuguese-speaking trial court officer. Carla Damian-Gomes quit her position two weeks ago in order to care for her young son who was set to undergo surgery at a Boston hospital.

Lacking Heat, Courthouse Closes Some Offices

Some Edgartown courthouse offices will remain closed Thursday and Friday due to frigid temperatures caused by a broken heating system.

Asbestos Is Removed, But Still No Heat at Courthouse

The Edgartown courthouse was cleared of asbestos Monday, but the building remains without heat, with colder temperatures expected later this week.

Edgartown Courthouse Reopens Following Closure due to Asbestos

The Edgartown courthouse reopened Friday morning following a daylong closure due to the discovery of asbestos.

Courtroom Tribute Gives Joe Sollitto a Proper Sendoff

A standing room-only crowd packed the Edgartown courthouse Thursday afternoon to honor the superior court clerk.

African-American Heritage Trail Site

The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard will dedicate a plaque honoring Judge Herbert E. Tucker Jr., at 3 p.m. on Saturday.