Louisa Hufstader

Tisbury Town Accountant Retires

After more than 37 years with the town of Tisbury, accountant Suzanne Kennedy stepped down from her job last week.

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Lagoon Pond Road Landowner Scales Back Plans

Michael Sawyer submitted new drawings for single-family homes on Lagoon Pond Road after his initial idea drew the ire of the town's historical commission.

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MVC Resolves Disputed Oak Bluffs Demolition

Homeowners Eunu Chun and Lisa Kim sued the commission in 2022 after it denied their application to expand and winterize the property at 7 Arlington avenue.

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Five Years After Audit, SSA Cites Step By Step Improvement

In 2018, an exhaustive review found the Steamship Authority needed to make sweeping changes. Five years on, the ferry line has made progress but still has work to do.

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Hello in There; Catching Up With John Prine

Holly Gleason’s new book, Prine on Prine: Interviews and Encounters with John Prine, lets the celebrated singer/songwriter who died in 2020 tell his story in his way.

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Turf Field Legal Donations Running Low as Court Fight Continues

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee has vowed to continue its legal fight with the Oak Bluffs planning board, but paying for the court battle could be complicated.

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Boys & Girls Club Receives $1 Million Pledge from MV Youth

The Martha’s Vineyard Boys & Girls Club received a million-dollar boost to its capital campaign for a new, expanded clubhouse and grounds in Edgartown.

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MVC Approves YMCA Addition; Hears New Plan for Arlington Avenue Home

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted Thursday to approve a 39,000-square-foot addition at the YMCA in Oak Bluffs, with the written decision to be filed in early January.

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State Planners Look to Address Five Corners Intersection

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has begun working on potential solutions for Five Corners, the traffic-plagued, flood-prone intersection in Vineyard Haven.

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Steamship’s Technology Debt is Overdue, IT Expert Warns

The Steamship Authority needs to overhaul its information technology systems as soon as possible, according to a long-awaited report presented Tuesday at a joint meeting of the boat line board of governors and port council.

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