Fewer than ten percent of West Tisbury voters turned out Thursday and approved town borrowing for a new police station.
About 12 percent of the town’s 3,194 registered voters went to the polls Thursday and said yes to two money requests.
In a non-binding referendum, voters favored making the Oak Bluffs Monster Shark Tournament a catch and release event.
Chief Peter Forend will no longer respond to fires, because of medical concerns. Deputy fire chief Tony Ferreirra will retire.
Night Heron Gallery in Vineyard Haven celebrated the start of its third season with a reception last Friday.
Tisbury concluded its annual town meeting Wednesday night. Voters approved a $21.4 million budget and dredging but not a new road.
As Island taxpayers contemplate town spending during annual town meeting season they can look forward to more hikes at the state level.
An armada of Asplundh Tree Expert Company trucks moved along Vineyard Haven-Edgartown Road Wednesday afternoon as workers cleared tree branches away from powerlines.
Paintings from Martha’s Vineyard Art Association permanent collection are on display at the M.V. Museum.
“Her” by Christa Parravani – When a young woman, Cara, tragically dies of a heroin overdose, her identical twin sister, the author, struggles to survive without her other half.