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After a statement on Egypt, the president played another round of golf, then welcomed his two daughters to the Island.
President Barack Obama made time to golf and to dine out with Michelle during his first few days on Martha's Vineyard.
Tom Miller is back for his 9th season of clowning around at the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair
Oak Bluffs highway superintendent Richard Combra Jr. wasted little time in addressing a taxpayer's complaint.
On Saturday night, August 17, the African American Heritage Trail will present the Martha's Vineyard NAACP 50th anniversary celebration
The timing of the president's visit underscores the progress that has been made by the Vineyard NAACP
Back online, the spring-fed well has a temporary chlorination system. A permanent system will be added.
After four years of free cash deficits, town officials say Oak Bluffs is in position for healthy financial growth.
Aggressive grass roots campaign increases verbal votes for Chappy-Comcast deal, but bona fide ballots at the bank lag behind
A driver for Tisbury Taxi faces multiple charges after crashing a taxi into an Oak Bluffs restaurant in the wee hours of July 30
Although girls softball is gaining popularity in America, on Martha's Vineyard, it's in a major slump.
When, what it will cost, and coordination with Verizon and Comcast remain to be worked out.
Preliminary findings show Oak Bluffs town hall and Oak Bluffs fire station are in such bad shape, demolition may be the most cost effective solution.
Happening by, Martha's Vineyard Dig Safe inspector halted an excavation that might have trashed utility service in Oak Bluffs.
Monster Shark tournament mayhem was muted this year, thanks to prescient planning by police, and funds contributed by contestants.
Emergency management director Peter Martell said the fire and rescue boat needed to be fixed, and he took charge.
Citing a long history of fractious behavior, selectmen denied Peter Martell a full re-appointment and looked to replace him by the beginning of 2014
In a workshop setting, barring public comment, Oak Bluffs selectmen met Tuesday over hot topics, including a recent report on the town Fire Department.
The report highlights the need for effective leadership, better training and record keeping, and the pride the volunteer firefighters share
The most time-sensitive condition of the deal requires that at least 270 homes must sign a commitment letter by October 1, this year.