Tisbury Approves $55 Million School Project by a Landslide
Tisbury voters finally said yes to a new school at their annual town election Tuesday, approving a $55 million renovation plan by a landslide and capping years of debate and anguish.
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High School Will Try Again to Enter MSBA Program
The Martha’s Vineyard regional high school district committee voted Monday to apply for a sixth time to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) grant program.
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Tisbury Voters Turn Out in Steady Numbers to Decide Pivotal School Question
Tisbury voters headed to the polls in steady numbers Tuesday to make a final decision on the $55 million school renovation that has been a magnet for debate in the Island’s main port town. Polls are open at the town Emergency Services Facility until 8 p.m. Masks are required.
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Aquinnah Closes Out Town Meeting Season
Voters backed spending for improvements at the Aquinnah Circle at their annual town meeting Saturday, capping a sprawling two-month political season on the Island.
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Three Vie for Aquinnah Select Board Seat in Town Election
Adrian Higgins, Thomas Murphy and Nancy Gilson Slate are all running for the Aquinnah select board seat in the annual town election today. Polls are open from noon to 8 p.m.
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State Forest Trail Restoration Work Begins
Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation and the state Department of Conservation and Recreation have finalized an agreement to close and restore more than 25 miles of trails that were illegally cut.
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Jim Rogers, Roy Cutrer Compete in Race for Tisbury Select Board
Tisbury voters will choose between two candidates for select board at the annual town election Tuesday.
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Second Hurdle for Tisbury School Project Looms Large
Tisbury voters head to the polls Tuesday for the second time in three years to determine the fate of a $55 million renovation and overhaul of their town school. Early voting was Thursday.
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Legislation to Extend Allowance for Remote Meetings Is Signed by Governor
Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation Wednesday extending a provision of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law that allows remote participation in public meetings.
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Island Covid Cases Hit Low Ebb
The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported one new case of Covid-19 from last week, the lowest weekly case load since the pandemic began, marking a milestone in the Island’s battle against the virus.
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