Edgartown Town Column: March 18
I am hoping that the storm we had this past weekend was the last of the snow.
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Edgartown Town Column: March 4
We are still on the roller coaster. The ice has been the challenge.
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Laurence Mercier, Former Edgartown Selectman, Dies at 81
Laurence A. Mercier, a former longtime Edgartown businessman and town official who was widely respected for his civic-minded nature, died at home on Sunday. He was 81. A son of Edgartown, he had worn many hats through the years.
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Charges Follow Dine-and-Dash Spree
A New York woman has been arrested on a slate of charges connected to an apparent dine-and-dash spree in Edgartown over the past two weeks.
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Edgartown Begins Planning for Sea Level Rise
Peter Wells, owner of the Chappaquiddick Ferry, admitted last week that he’s looked into the inclusion of amphibious vehicles to service the ferry in case of emergencies, as rising seas threaten vital infrastructure in the town of Edgartown.
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Tisbury and Edgartown Turn 350 Years Young
The towns of Edgartown and Tisbury were born as part of New York Colony, fraternal twins that on Thursday this week celebrated their sesquarcentennial anniversaries.
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Edgartown Businesses Hit Hard by Pandemic, State Survey Finds
A recent survey of 28 businesses in downtown Edgartown shows the pandemic continues to have widespread and often dire impacts on Island commercial districts.
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Edgartown Moves Forward With Outdoor Dining Plan

Edgartown’s transformative outdoor dining streetscape from last summer received five-star reviews from restaurateurs in the town, prompting leaders to move forward with a similar proposal for this summer.

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Edgartown Upper Main Street Properties Change Hands for $2.8 Million
A Newton-based developer has purchased two adjacent quarter-acre Edgartown properties that include the storied Dairy Queen building for $2.8 million.
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Edgartown Town Hall Shuts Its Doors Once Again
The Edgartown town hall — reopened to the public two months ago — has reverted to appointment-only status as coronavirus case numbers continue to climb on the Island.
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