The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's proposed renovation project took a key step forward Tuesday night, as Oak Bluffs became the first Island town to approve changes to the regional high school funding agreement.
Oak Bluffs will be the first town to weigh in on proposed changes to the high school's regional agreement when a six-article town meeting convenes Nov. 1.


A home rule petition to ban rental mopeds and a complicated land swap to create an affordable housing project easily passed muster with Oak Bluffs voters, but a controversial downtown streetscape plan took center stage.
Mopeds top the warrant for Tuesday’s special town meeting in Oak Bluffs, where voters will again weigh in on a home-rule petition asking state legislators to ban moped rentals in town.


The Oak Bluffs special town meeting scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 14 has been postponed as a result of the recent uptick in cases of coronavirus on the Island.


Two key environmental improvement projects won swift approval from Oak Bluffs voters this week, including one for long-running coastal restoration work at the North Bluff.