Tribe Approves Land Use Pact Memorandum of Understanding Between the Two Governments Now Needs Voter Approval at Special Town Meeting By IAN...
Cape Wind Plan Sees Potential in Year Ahead By IAN FEIN Beginning today, developers of the Cape Wind project in Nantucket Sound will face a...
One young Island family's dream of building an affordable home on Chappaquiddick hit a roadblock last month when a Marblehead couple that owns a...
Receipts by the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank from property sales on the Island fell almost eight per cent in 2006, reflecting the general slowing of...
West Tisbury School principal Michael A. Halt, a lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps Reserves, was called back to active duty this...
In an attempt to lift passenger numbers, the Steamship Authority is expected to ease restrictions on the use of ten-ticket discount books when...
Property Tax Bills Are Out on Island: Edgartown Drops; Other Towns Rise By IAN FEIN Driven by ever-increasing municipal spending, average...
The price of the typical home on Martha's Vineyard fell for the first time in six years in 2006, as buyers left the market and sales figures dropped...
Fed up with petty internal politics, Dukes County voters this fall decided to take another look at the structure of their regional government. Hoping...

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