Edgartown Begins Master Plan Update
Edgartown residents will get a chance to draw and describe their goals for the town’s future at a series of hands-on public engagement sessions starting Feb. 16.
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Peaked Hill Project Goes to Town Meeting
The Peaked Hill Pastures affordable housing project is headed to town meeting as a concept plan rather than a concrete spending article.
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Solar Project in Edgartown Clears Early Hurdle
The project at the capped landfill in Edgartown won the endorsement of the town select board, which voted to enter into contract negotiations with a Framingham renewable energy company.
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From Dogs to Primates, Kelly O'Meara Has Their Backs
Chilmark resident Kelly O'Meara steps into new role as executive director of the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance.
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Edgartown Park and Ride Gets Ready to Plug In
The Edgartown park and ride lot will soon become the park, ride and recharge lot as a total of four electric vehicle charging stations will soon be in operation at the site.
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East Chop Bluff Work Still Awaits Funding
A multi-million-dollar project to engineer and stabilize the badly eroded bluff along East Chop Drive has seen its timeline pushed farther into the future, while town officials worry about ongoing deterioration.
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New Assistant Director Looks to Continue Legacy of Polly Hill
When Emily Ellingson, the new curator and assistant director of Polly Hill Arboretum, began work this fall it was something of a homecoming. In 2013, she worked there as a curatorial intern.
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Island Grown Initiative Unveils Master Plan for Community Farm Hub
A new education center, employee housing and a new vision for the future for Island Grown Initiative were unveiled at a public hearing Thursday night .
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Boards of Health Urge Caution; Hospital Curtails Non-Emergency Visits
With Covid-19 now racing through the Vineyard community, boards of health issued a public health message Tuesday urging Islanders to take steps to protect themselves from infection.
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For Larkin Stallings, Life Is About Letting the Music Play
Larkin Stallings, owner of the Ritz Cafe in Oak Bluffs, opened his first club in 1976. It was called My Oh My, and sat at the intersection of Homer avenue and High street in Palo Alto, Calif.
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