Buzzards Bay Man Indicted in Alleged West Tisbury Stabbing

A Dukes County grand jury last week indicted Joseph Feliciano after he was arrested for stabbing a man in the eye in May.

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Harbor View Renovation in Holding Pattern as Lawsuits Continue

The Edgartown zoning board signed off on the Edgartown hotel’s plans to update three cottages and build a new guest house and spa in March of 2023, but that approval was appealed by neighbor Lynn Allegaert a few months later.

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Grand Jury Indicts Four People

A grand jury returned indictments Friday for Jordan Creech and Christine Kurth on drug charges and Ryan Camacho and MacAleer Schilcher on rape charges.

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Menemsha Tree Cutting Results in $2.5 Million Settlement

A Menemsha property owner who accused her neighbors of illegally cutting down more than 100 trees on her land in search of better water views won a $2.5 million settlement earlier this year. 

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Woman Sues Over Camp Ground Crash Injuries

Lorna Welch filed a complaint in Dukes County Superior Court last week asking a judge to order David C. Murphy to pay for her medical care for injuries she suffered when he allegedly drove his car through the Camp Ground.

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Edgartown Man Pleads Guilty to Insurance Fraud

Gregory Pyden, 56, pleaded guilty Thursday to four counts of workers compensation fraud, and four counts of larceny. He was ordered to pay $37,488 restitution for his role in the scheme.

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MVC Overstepped its Authority in Island Elderly Housing Decision, Court Rules

In a decision issued last week, the Hon. Douglas Wilkins remanded the Island Elderly Housing project back to the commission and ordered it to reconsider the project without that condition.

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Offshore Wind Developer Sues Edgartown Conservation Commission

Park City Wind filed a lawsuit after the town board denied the company’s application to install two offshore wind cables in town waters, potentially threatening the entire project.

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Court Upholds MVC Meeting House Way Denial

A Superior Court judge on Tuesday upheld the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s denial of a major Edgartown residential development, affirming the commission’s broad powers over development on the Island.

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Aquinnah Land Dispute Winds Its Way to Superior Court

A small lot off Moshup Trail in Aquinnah has become the subject of a complex land dispute between a Vineyard conservation organization and the descendants of a former deed holder.

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