Louisa Hufstader

Veterans Park Needs Funding, Tisbury Officials Say

Veterans Memorial Park in Tisbury, the home of the Beach Road Weekend music festival, needs its own stewards to ensure the grass and other park facilities are maintained consistently, town officials say.

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Vineyard Haven Taqueria Approved by MVC

A planned Mexican restaurant at the former Stone Bank property in Vineyard Haven has won approval from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, and now heads to the Tisbury planning board for a 6 p.m. public hearing Wednesday.

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Tisbury Office Shuffle Returns Katharine Cornell Theatre to Public Use

After serving as an overflow office for the Tisbury finance department, the Katharine Cornell Theatre is a theatre once more.

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Tisbury Eyes Anchoring Moratorium in Lake Tashmoo

Worried about environmental damage, Tisbury officials are scheduled to talk about a potential moratorium on March 8.

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High School Play Brings the Razzle Dazzle

The regional high school's production of Chicago opened Thursday night at the PAC, and continues all weekend long. The high-energy performance features more than three dozen young performers and a 19-piece band.

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Steamship Sees January Ridership Jump

The Steamship Authority saw last month's Martha's Vineyard passenger traffic rise nearly 26 per cent compared to January 2022.

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High School Seeks Ruling in Turf Field Suit

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional School District filed a motion for a summary judgment with the state Land Court last month, requesting the court make a ruling on the case without having to go to trial.

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Southern Tier Affordable Housing Wins MVC Approval

The Martha's Vineyard Commission unanimously approved the Southern Tier housing complex Thursday. It must now go through the Oak Bluffs permitting process.

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Ten-Year Projections Point to Overall Increase for Island Schools

In an unusual year-over-year increase, enrollment at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School rose 10 per cent this year.

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MassDOT Unveils “Band-Aid” Plan for Tisbury Flooding

State transportation officials presented a $1.7 million project Monday to deal with flooding in Tisbury.

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