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Circuit Avenue loses its spark

Circuit Avenue, the hub of downtown Oak Bluffs, makes a detour into mediocrity

Oak Bluffs health officials delay on restaurant violations

The board of health's lack of action prompted food inspector Ron Tolin to resign. The restaurant passed a subsequent inspection Wednesday.

The Friends of Oak Bluffs celebrate 40 years

The Friends of Oak Bluffs will mark four decades of beautification with a celebration on Ocean Park

Rubbish damages landscape in Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs highway superintendent Richard Combra Jr. has had enough of people trashing his town

Sufferers of chronic Lyme disease gather in West Tisbury to “Bite Back for a...

"Bite Back for a Cure" sinks its teeth into the Vineyard to raise money and awareness for chronic Lyme disease sufferers

Sam Telford from Tufts talks tough on ticks at Chilmark meeting

Experts stress deer reduction at Chilmark meeting of the Martha's Vineyard Boards of Health Tick Borne Disease Council

Chappy’s battle for bandwidth gets a boost

Edgartown town administrator Pam Dolby untangles Chappy"”Comcast confusion

Hooked hosted the 50th anniversary bash of the Martha’s Vineyard chapter of the NAACP

Founders, grandchildren of founders, a distinguished poet, and the Oak Bluffs police chief were among the crowd at the Martha's Vineyard NAACP's 50th anniversary soiree, held Saturday night at Hooked in Oak Bluffs.

Sasha and Malia join the Obamas on Martha’s Vineyard

After a statement on Egypt, the president played another round of golf, then welcomed his two daughters to the Island.

President and Ms. Obama enjoy a low-key Vineyard vacation

President Barack Obama made time to golf and to dine out with Michelle during his first few days on Martha's Vineyard.

Popular clown comes back to town

Tom Miller is back for his 9th season of clowning around at the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair

Oak Bluffs works

Oak Bluffs highway superintendent Richard Combra Jr. wasted little time in addressing a taxpayer's complaint.

Martha’s Vineyard NAACP celebrates 50 years with a big bash in Oak Bluffs

On Saturday night, August 17, the African American Heritage Trail will present the Martha's Vineyard NAACP 50th anniversary celebration

Martha’s Vineyard chapter of the NAACP still rolling after 50 years

The timing of the president's visit underscores the progress that has been made by the Vineyard NAACP

All’s well at Oak Bluffs Lagoon Pond well

Back online, the spring-fed well has a temporary chlorination system. A permanent system will be added.

Oak Bluffs is back in the black

After four years of free cash deficits, town officials say Oak Bluffs is in position for healthy financial growth.

Conflict, confusion, continue in Chappy-Comcast deal

Aggressive grass roots campaign increases verbal votes for Chappy-Comcast deal, but bona fide ballots at the bank lag behind

Tisbury taxi takes out Thai restaurant storefront in Oak Bluffs

A driver for Tisbury Taxi faces multiple charges after crashing a taxi into an Oak Bluffs restaurant in the wee hours of July 30

Girls softball on the Island is down to its final out.

Although girls softball is gaining popularity in America, on Martha's Vineyard, it's in a major slump.

NSTAR agrees to move Beach Road utility poles

When, what it will cost, and coordination with Verizon and Comcast remain to be worked out.