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With Contract Issues Solved, Edgartown Solar Project Moves Forward
Changes have been approved to an agreement between the town and the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative Inc. (CVEC) to create solar arrays on town...
12:55 pm, November 1, 2013
SSA Approves Increases on Freight, Parking Fees
The Steamship Authority will increase rates for parking and some freight trucks on the Martha’s Vineyard route next year. Meeting Tuesday morning at...
1:28 pm, October 15, 2013
Tribe Braces for Government Shutdown
With the federal government shutdown Tuesday due to a budget stalemate, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is bracing for impact.
9:00 am, October 1, 2013
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Boatline Mulls Freight, Parking Rate Hike
The Steamship Authority is considering increases to parking and freight fares for the Martha’s Vineyard route to offset a projected rise in the cost...
8:00 am, September 24, 2013
Two Bids Considered for Edgartown's Historic Warren House
The third time might be the charm in Edgartown’s quest to sell the Warren House, a run-down North Water street mansion. About a year after the town...
5:49 pm, September 16, 2013
Sticking Points Remain for Church Expansion Under Review by MVC
A new plan to turn 54 acres in Katama into a nine-lot residential subdivision saw favorable review by the Martha's Vineyard Commission last week,...
4:30 pm, August 26, 2013
Sen. Dan Wolf to Contest State Ethics Ruling
In a standoff with the state ethics commission, state senator and gubernatorial candidate Dan Wolf is publicly disputing a commission opinion that...
6:49 pm, August 7, 2013
Sengekontacket Closed to Shellfishing
Sengekontacket is closed to shellfishing, the shellfish constable announced early Friday, after 0.28 inches of rain was recorded on the rain gauge...
12:21 pm, July 12, 2013
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Judge Dismisses Dispute Over Shade Tree in Edgartown's Historic Downtown
A superior court case revolving around an old Linden tree on Main street Edgartown was dismissed Tuesday. But after the dust had settled, both sides...
6:45 pm, July 2, 2013
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