Already under pressure for the lengthy pace of its development reviews, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission has come under heightened scrutiny in Island...
A regional effort to protect the Vineyard’s coastal estuaries and drinking water is set to come before voters this spring as Island boards of health...
The Edgartown selectmen have approved a license for a new seasonal liquor store in Edgartown. The new store will take the place of Town Provisions on...
After a referendum to quash the plan to put high-stakes bingo in the Wampanoag community center failed by two votes, tribal chairman Tobias...
In a strongly-worded letter, the committee cited “lack of clear management, focus and prioritization,” as reasons for not recommending the $1.45...
One day after Edgartown community preservation committee members voted to allocate funds for the town to acquire the Yellow House on Main street,...
Architect Reid (Sam) Dunn wants to redevelop a block of four commercially-zoned lots on Uncas avenue into a 10-lane bowling alley with a restaurant,...
Every Island town reported this week that it has already exceeded its snow removal budget for 2014. West Tisbury tops the list by far, with $85,000...
A small house on the Wequobsque Cliffs will be moved 95 feet back from the edge of the cliff. Given the rate of erosion, one member of the Chilmark...

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