The Martha’s Vineyard Commission discussed size, temporary parking and scenic value and refused to waive its permitting fee for the nonprofit.
Organizers of the Bluewater Classic want to fill the void left when the shark tournament left town.
Seasons, the long dormant restaurant/bar located in the heart of Circuit Avenue, is showing signs of new life. Construction crews have begun work to remove the restaurant and bar equipment and to gut the interior of the 3,000 square foot structure. Bob Murphy, proprietor of Towne and Country real estate and co-owner of the building […]
Tisbury police on July 11 arrested Carlos Stevenson, owner of Mosher Photo in Vineyard Haven, on a charge of repeatedly molesting and raping a child more than a decade ago. Mr. Stevenson was arraigned in Edgartown District Court on July 14 and charged with 11 counts of indecent assault on a child under 14, and […]
Aquinnah July 14, Gennie Ruth Freeland sold a lot on Menemsha Pond to the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission for $42,710. Chilmark July 17, Peter L. Falb sold lot 13, Black Point Beach to Lisa H. Kim and Eunu Chun for $307,000. July 18, Gordon Gossage and Deborah Lotterman sold 36 Henry Hough Lane to […]
Gas prices across Massachusetts declined by 5 cents a gallon over the past week, AAA of Southern New England reported Monday. The organization said gas in Massachusetts is averaging $3.62 per gallon for regular, or 9 cents a gallon higher than at this time in 2013. The AAA survey found prices ranging from a low […]
Oak Bluffs health officials closed Inkwell Beach and Pay Beach on Tuesday after water tests Monday showed higher than acceptable levels of bacteria. The two beaches along Sea View Avenue are among the most popular swimming spots in Oak Bluffs at the height of the summer season. Water samples taken from Inkwell Beach on Monday […]
The zoning board of appeals reversed the building inspector’s decision and said a special permit is not needed.
An unwelcome summer visitor has returned to the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard. On Tuesday, Chris Kennedy, The Trustees of Reservations Martha’s Vineyard superintendent, told The Times that Portuguese man-of-wars had begun washing up along the south shore. As of the end of last week, Mr. Kennedy reported, Trustees staff members had found one at Wasque […]
The driver of a Bruno’s dumpster hauler was temporarily trapped in his truck while emergency crews work to shut power off to a wire he accidentally snagged in a business lot about 3:30 pm, Thursday . State Road between Cronig’s and the Black Dog Cafe was blocked for a short time while the wire was […]