Big Sky Tents Eyes Expansion, Consolidation
As the Martha’s Vineyard business community begins to climb back on its feet, including the multi-million-dollar wedding industry, Big Sky Tents is planning for expansion.
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Oak Bluffs Police Found No Wrongdoing in Alleged Health Agent Incident
A series of police reports released this week in connection with the alleged incident involving health agent Meegan Lancaster detail a confusing and at times garbled timeline of events.
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State Bill Would Add Tribal Member to the MVC
A bill making its way through the state legislature would eliminate a 48-year-old provision that allows for a voting member appointed by the governor of Massachusetts.
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Meeting to Discuss High School Funding Formula Postponed
An all-Island meeting set for Monday to discuss the regional high school funding formula has been postponed.
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Federal Judge Strongly Upholds SSA Vaccine Mandate
A federal judge has firmly denied a request for an injunction by a group of Steamship Authority employees seeking to overturn the boat line’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for its workers.
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Test MV Will Close at Month’s End
TestMV, the Island’s free coronavirus testing site, will close at the end of March, some 22 months after it launched to overwhelming demand at the start of the pandemic.
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Ocean View Owner Vows to Rebuild; Fire Investigation is Ongoing
The proprietor of the Ocean View restaurant said he plans to rebuild as quickly as possible following the massive fire that left the building a total loss last Thursday.
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Court Complaints Decry Alleged Illegal Tree Cutting
In two new superior court lawsuits alleging illegal tree cutting — one in Chilmark another on Chappaquiddick — land owners are accusing their neighbors of destroying old-growth trees for the sake of creating water views.
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Edgartown Neighbor Sues Over Use of Boathouse Property
The owner of a waterfront home next door to the historic Vose boathouse in Edgartown filed a lawsuit last week in an effort to prevent neighbors from renting the property for weddings.
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Commercial Redevelopment Projects Have Vineyard Wind Ties
Commercial real estate redevelopment projects are beginning to proliferate along Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, with properties changing hands at a steady clip in the densely built, flood-prone harborfront corridor running from the head of Main street to the drawbridge.
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