Appeals Court Reverses Ruling in Harbor View Case
A new legal chapter opened this week in the tangled, long-running litigation between the Harbor View Hotel and a group of neighbors.
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Kelley House Plans Major Hotel Expansion
One of Edgartown’s most historic waterfront blocks is being reimagined as a unified hotel campus by the new owners of the Kelley House, a Boston-based real estate firm.
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Revised Plan for Edu Comp Building Sparks More Questions
A scaled-backed building and a slew of unfinished details were on the table for more discussion when the developer who wants to expand the former Edu Comp building presented a revised plan to the MVC.
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Ferry Nantucket Goes Out of Service, Causing Huge Sunday Backups
The ferry Nantucket was repaired and cleared for service by the Coast Guard late Sunday after a problem with a rudder indicator sidelined the ferry for most of the day, causing huge backups on the Vineyard route. SSA general manager Bob Davis said the problem was a rudder indicator.
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Pondfront Building Project Riles West Tisbury Neighbors
A sleek, 4,300-square-foot building under construction by a foundation created by renowned British architect Sir Norman Foster is causing a stir among neighbors on the Tisbury Great Pond.
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Chilmark Voters Tackle School Spending, Town Improvements
From the docks of Menemsha to the rutted roadway at Lucy Vincent Beach, a laundry list of projects are on the docket when voters gather for a special town meeting Saturday afternoon.
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Boards of Health Set to Revisit Mask Mandate
As Covid-19 cases continue on a downward trajectory this fall, the six Martha’s Vineyard boards of health are now poised to revisit the question of mandatory indoor mask mandates on the Island The boards of health planned to meet at noon Friday by Zoom.
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Homeowners Revise Historic Demolition Plan in Oak Bluffs
A historic home demolition project in Oak Bluffs remains undecided after the Martha’s Vineyard Commission agreed to reopen the written record on the plan.
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Kent Healy, West Tisbury Selectman, Dies at 89
The West Tisbury selectman who had been a pillar of the rural agricultural town for decades, died Sunday at his home after a brief illness. He was 89.
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Five Corners Reopens After Extreme Flooding
Five Corners in Vineyard Haven was reopened Sunday afternoon after major flooding had forced the closure of the intersection from early morning on.
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