Big Sky Tents Expansion Approved
The Martha's Vineyard Commission voted unanimously late last week to allow a plan by Big Sky Tents to expand an existing storage building and consolidate its operations.
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Town Bar & Grill Required to Curtail Serving Hours
Town Bar & Grill in Edgartown will be required to close an hour early until at least August 1 after multiple incidents where police were called to the Upper Main street establishment.
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Affordable Lot on Chappaquiddick Goes to an Island Teacher
Carrie Caldwell, a fifth grade teacher at the Tisbury School, has moved around the Island 10 times in the last six months. Her next move will be her last, after she won a lottery for land on Chappaquiddick.
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Plan to Redevelop Edu Comp Building Is Revised, Sparking More Questions
A plan to expand the former Edu Comp building in Vineyard Haven remains a work in progress as the developer who recently bought the property attempts to pass muster with the MVC.
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Edgartown Marches Through Hefty Warrant
Edgartown voters gathered in the sun-drenched hall of the Old Whaling Church on a picturesque Tuesday evening to take up a hefty annual town meeting warrant.
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Juneteenth Jubilee to Rise This Summer
Island businesses and nonprofit organizations are joining forces this year to celebrate the newest federal holiday, Juneteenth, with a weekend filled with art, music and lectures by leading scholars of black history.
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Forging a Path and Maintaining a Legacy
Growing up in New York city, Thelonious Sphere Monk 3rd did not think of his dad as a famous jazz pianist. He was just dad.
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Diversity Coalition Helps Expand the Conversation
Representation and education form the basis of the Martha’s Vineyard Diversity Coalition’s new program to give $300 grants to Island schools for books to promote racial equity.
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Town Officials Urge MVC to Not Allow Lampost Modification
Workforce housing was in the spotlight Thursday night when the owner of the Lampost in Oak Bluffs aired a formal request to reduce the number of restricted workforce apartments in his building.
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Never Too Young, or Too Early, to Start Fishing
Birds had a lot of company at sunrise Saturday on Duarte’s Pond as early bird boys and girls circled the pond for the 47th Kids Trout Derby.
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