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Local Island and state officials met in a brief ceremony that may mark a new era in the history of the dormant lobster hatchery overlooking Lagoon Pond in Oak Bluffs.
Oak Bluffs voters will decide two Proposition 2.
In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of said Town, qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs, to meet in the auditorium of the Old Whaling Church (Methodist Church) on Main Street in said Edgartown on Tuesday, the Twelfth day of April, Two Thousand Eleven at seven o'clock in the evening, then and there to act on the Articles in this Warrant, with the exception of Article One.
Having resolved the current fiscal year budget crisis with a series of cuts, Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday turned their attention to the next fiscal year and a proposed operating budget that would sharply reduce many town services.
Hoping to build on a successful first season at the Vineyard's first offshore blue mussel farm, Chilmark selectmen agreed unanimously Tuesday to allow two well-known fishermen to expand their operation next summer.
Affordable housing committee chairman Mike Colaneri told the West Tisbury selectmen last week that Sovereign Bank has reviewed the latest proposed ground lease to be entered into by homeowners of the units at 250 State Road and found it sufficient for private lending and acceptable under requirements of the federal government's Fannie Mae mortgage guarantee program.
Looking for a way to do good on the Vineyard this holiday season? There are many Vineyard organizations that could use some volunteer help or...
Looking for a way to do good on the Vineyard? There are many Vineyard organizations currently looking for volunteer help. These organizations include: Vineyard Village at...
On June 9, the Tisbury School held a Wellness Day for students and staff. According to a press release, there were several activities that...
Raymond A. Dahill Jr. died peacefully at Massachusetts General Hospital on May 22, 2016. He was 74. Tony, as he was affectionately known by family...
Updated 1:30 pm, Monday In a sweeping decision for the town of Aquinnah, the Aquinnah/Gay Head Community Association and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, U.S. District...
The firm of Kendall & Kendall, a leading real estate office known for its excellent service in the sale and rental of distinctive Island properties, has been in the real estate and land planning business for over 30 years, under the leadership of Rob Kendall and his wife Patty Kendall.
Building a new culvert and flood mitigation measures are next on the agenda.
Islanders unhappy with power line herbicide weed control plan take a whack at utility giant.
Federal money administered by the state may get the ball rolling on a Circuit Avenue rebound.
Local food cooking and eating retreat encourages agro-tourism on Martha's Vineyard.
Tisbury selectmen's meeting Tuesday night focused on planning for the next fiscal year's budget and harbor management issues.
The Department of Public Health order and recall leaves some concerned that the entire Island oyster industry is threatened.
Tisbury voters returned for a second night of annual town meeting
Chilmark selectmen at their regular meeting on November 20 voted to change the limitations of the current shellfish season to shift fishermen's focus to Nashaquitsa Pond where there has been a bumper crop of bay scallops this year.