Beer bash bashed at Oak Bluffs selectmen’s meeting

The Martha’s Vineyard Craft Beer Festival drew a larger-than-expected crowd of around 1,300 people to Washington Park, adjacent to Our Market and the harbor,...

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Roads & Bridges magazine ranks Lagoon Pond drawbridge in the Top...

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced Tuesday that Roads & Bridges magazine has named the Lagoon Pond Drawbridge to its list of Top...

Repairs will close Panhandle Road next week

Panhandle Road in West Tisbury will be closed to through traffic for road repair from Tuesday, Oct. 4, to Thursday, Oct. 6, from 7...

Vineyard Decorators goes solar

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) has approved a proposal by Vineyard Decorators proprietor Whitney Brush to install solar panels on the roof of the...

Tisbury selectmen create Beach Road design review committee

Tisbury selectmen Tuesday voted unanimously to create a Beach Road design review committee for the long-awaited and much-discussed $2.4 million state transportation project. Construction...

Tisbury selectmen approve scallop dates, with asterisk

On Tuesday, Tisbury selectmen unanimously approved recreational and commercial scalloping dates for the upcoming season per the recommendations of shellfish constable Danielle Ewart and...

Positive feedback for new MVRHS principal Sara Dingledy

  New Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) Principal Sara Dingledy is off to a great start. Martha’s Vineyard Superintendent of Schools Matt D’Andrea said...

Edgartown recreational scallop season set to open Saturday

Edgartown board of selectmen voted Monday for the much-anticipated recreational scalloping season to open on Saturday, Oct. 1. The season is expected to continue...

Aquinnah moves to forgive tax lien on Gay Head church

The hour of deliverance from tax bondage may be at hand for the apparently leaderless Gay Head Community Baptist Church and its financially beleaguered...

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