All the houses in Chilmark total three million square feet. Very large houses (more than 6,000 square feet) make up about one per cent of that number.
Oak Bluffs voted in favor of catch-and-release shark tournaments, West Tisbury approved a new police station and Edgartown approved two spending...
Tisbury voters agreed to spend some $650,000 on community preservation act projects but turned down a $1.3 million spending measure for a new...
Tisbury voters agreed to back a $990,000 upgrade to their sewage treatment plant at the annual town meeting which began Tuesday, and goes to a second...
Oak Bluffs voters came out in favor of making the annual shark tournament catch and release only, and narrowly turned down a temporary moratorium on...
A light turnout of agreeable West Tisbury voters Tuesday night approved nearly all of the 37 articles at the annual town meeting, including a $2.45...
Edgartown voters made short work of the town’s business Tuesday night, easily approving every spending article on the warrant, passing a bylaw that...
Medical marijuana dispensaries could become a reality in Oak Bluffs and Tisbury after an effort to place a one-year moratorium on the dispensaries...
High political season begins on the Island this week when voters gather in four Island towns for annual town meetings and elections.

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