Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday agreed to pursue a temporary moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries, giving the town time until regulations are...
The Steamship Authority will take a look at establishing a policy for unaccompanied children traveling on their ferries. At the monthly meeting of...
A plan for the U.S. Coast Guard to begin construction on the new Menemsha boathouse sometime this summer was met with harsh criticism by a group of...
Trees are ready to come down, property markers have been staked and utilities are being prepared for relocation at the blinker intersection in Oak...
Edgartown will be getting two new liquor stores, as the selectmen Monday approved seasonal all-alcohol licenses for package stores on Main street...
The Gay Head Light, the beacon at the farthest end of the Island, helping boats navigate Vineyard waters safely for more than 150 years, inched...
West Tisbury selectmen voted to seek legal advice this week after a report from the town accountant found that money earmarked for second mortgages...
Following a four-month search, the Tisbury board of selectmen voted Tuesday to name John W. Grande as town administrator. Mr. Grande currently serves...
The Edgartown Planning Board Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to place a cell antenna in an abandoned silo in Katama, despite some opposition from...

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