The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) is planning a complete overhaul of a congested section of an important Martha’s Vineyard transportation artery over the next several years. MassDOT plans to add sidewalks and bike lanes to a section of Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, from the Wind’s Up watersports shop to Five Corners. While any […]
She started shouting at me and pointing towards the opposite side of the harbor by Tashmoo boat yard. I turned and saw black smoke starting to billow up from behind Albion Alley’s house on the lake front. I called 911 and we made our way across the harbor to get a closer look. We watched as the smoke increased and large flames burst out amid the homes.
The pump-out boat based in Lake Tashmoo required repairs this spring because of hull corrosion caused by electrolysis. Weak electrical current running through the water can cause metal to corrode. Harbormaster Jay Wilbur believes that the problem with the pump-out boat was caused by an improperly installed outboard motor and hydraulic pump. The corrosion damage […]
Our town shares in the shocked sorrow over the murder of Pat Gregory last weekend in California. For years he was a good friend to all and a strong leader in the Tisbury business community. He will be greatly missed. Only a month ago our son and family had met him on the ferry and […]
Changing spaces in familiar places will offer diners and flower lovers some new choices.
Artist Julia Kidd received permission to put up a sign at the Tashmoo Overlook, from April 27 to May 12, telling passers-by, “Of Course, I Have Not Forgotten You.”
Selectmen on Tuesday approved a draft agreement that outlines a broad compensation package and conditions, under which the Vineyard Haven market expansion would proceed.
What was old is new again.