In a unanimous 9-0 vote on Thursday, Feb. 6, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved, with conditions, the new bowling alley and entertainment center to be built on Uncas Avenue in Oak Bluffs, by developer Sam Dunn. “I think this is a model project for a lot of reasons,” said commissioner John Breckenridge of Oak Bluffs. […]
Committee concluded state’s gun laws are already among the toughest in the nation.
The $43.7 million permanent bridge will open in July of 2016.
Photos and video by Robert Gatchell Oak Bluffs and West Tisbury firefighters responded to a house fire on Old Barnes Road Wednesday evening, and found the front of the two-story structure fully engulfed in flames. Firefighters were able to douse the flames in time to save much of the home from further damage. The building […]
Martha’s Vineyard Beach Access Coalition joins burgeoning movement that seeks more balanced approach to plover protection.
Police department updates its fleet with three cutting-edge cruisers.
As the town prepares to seek proposals to build a new Katama hangar, assessors are eager to change the way the property will be taxed.
Principal Stephen Nixon points to students’ successes as evidence of the quality education that Island taxpayers fund.
Police responding to a domestic disturbance early Wednesday morning found a stockpile of weapons and an explosive device.
The town wants to charge more for services it provides, but the event organizer said no deal.