Shiretown Meats Goes Up for Sale

Shiretown Meats, the popular, long-established butcher shop in Edgartown, is listed for sale with an Island real estate agency.

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Living on the Mean Streets, Art Is Around Every Corner
In his basement office in Chilmark, Edward Grazda has stacks of boxes labeled by the places he’s photographed over an acclaimed career behind the lens of a Leica. Afghanistan. Peru. The American Southwest. New York city.
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Selectmen Test Idea for Uniform Taxi Regulations

Oak Bluffs selectmen this week proposed new taxi regulations for the town, and suggested that all Vineyard towns adopt the same rules.

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Police Chief Search Set to Begin in Tisbury

Tisbury is set to begin the process of searching for a new police chief, and as part of the search the town hopes to recruit candidates from on and off-Island.

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Islanders Join National Protest in Second Women's March

About 150 people gathered at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon to mark the first anniversary of the women’s march.

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Hinckley's Lumber Yard Faces Financial Hard Times
H. N. Hinckley & Sons in Vineyard Haven could be sold at auction early next month if the owner is unable to resolve his financial problems.
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Property Values Top $20 Billion Islandwide, But Taxes Stay Low

Property values increased this year on Martha’s Vineyard, topping $20 billion in total assessed value, according to figures from the six towns and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

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Harbor View Hotel Changes Hands for $30 Million

The historic Edgartown hotel has been sold to Upland Capital Corporation, a Boston-based asset management and real estate investment firm founded by seasonal resident Bernard Chiu.

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Oak Bluffs Faces Budget Shortfall
Facing a budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year fueled by education costs, health insurance and salaries, Oak Bluffs town administrator Bob Whritenour is recommending a $750,000 general override at the annual town meeting in April.
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Tribe Confirms Plans to Build Bingo Hall on Martha's Vineyard

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision to not review the Wampanoag casino case, tribal leaders in Aquinnah said they are ready to move ahead on plans to build a bingo hall on the Island.

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