New Multiple Listing Service Enters Market

A new multiple listing service for Vineyard real estate is set to launch June 1, as a leading Cape Cod Realtors group looks to plant a flag in the lucrative Island real estate market.

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Vineyard Honors Fallen Veterans at Memorial Day Parade
The annual Memorial Day parade stepped off smartly in Vineyard Haven Monday under overcast skies and a solemn air.
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Changing of the Guard at Station Menemsha
Next month, U.S. Coast Guard master chief Robert Riemer hands over his command after a successful four-year tour at station Menemsha.
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Slow Down in Oak Bluffs: Selectmen Lower Speed Limits

Oak Bluffs selectmen have approved a measure that will lower the speed limit on most town streets to 25 miles per hour.

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Selectmen Ask Architects to Revise Drawings for New Town Hall

Oak Bluffs selectmen sent the new town hall project back to the architect’s drawing board for cost cutting revisions, after the sole bid came in high.

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Vineyard Trust Presents The Carnegie, a Must-See Museum

The Carnegie, the newly rebranded name for the old Carnegie Library on North Water street in Edgartown, is set for a grand reopening next month.

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Community Services Opens New Clinic

In a dedication ceremony Tuesday afternoon, Martha’s Vineyard Community Services opened a new space to house its Island Intervention Center.

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Revisiting the Vineyard's Distant Past at Tower Hill
Edgartown cemetery commissioner Elizabeth Villard led a three-year gravestone restoration effort.
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Bid for Oak Bluffs Town Hall Comes in High

A sole bid for the new town hall came in substantially higher than the money appropriated for the project.

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Aging Radio System Hampers Emergency Responders
An outmoded and poorly integrated radio system Islandwide has become a critical point of failure for emergency responders, but the path to an upgrade has been strewn with challenges.
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