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Commission drafting model short-term rental bylaw

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The Martha's Vineyard Commission will give the six Vineyard towns a model short-term rental bylaw to adapt for their use, following a Massachusetts Land...

Murphy wins select board race by 14 votes

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Aquinnah’s select board chairman Tom Murphy defeated challenger Jannette Vanderhoop by 14 votes - 129 to 115 - in Thursday’s election, securing three more...

West Tisbury looks to fill short-term rental committee

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West Tisbury officials plan to post openings for up to three positions on a rules and regulations short-term rental committee. This follows voters approving...

Aquinnah creates housing trust

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Aquinnah residents created an affordable housing trust fund at town meeting on Tuesday, along with passing a budget of more than $7 million, and...

Google gaffe leads to Beach Road confusion

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Google Maps users seeking popular Vineyard Haven spots such as ArtCliff Diner, the Net Result, or (hopefully) The Martha's Vineyard Times will now see...

Aquinnah prepares for town meeting

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As the Aquinnah town meeting approaches on May 14, town officials and residents are preparing for votes on 20 articles covering affordable housing, community...

Seal washes up in Oak Bluffs

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A dead seal was reported washed up on East Chop Beach in Oak Bluffs on Saturday. Ainsley Smith, marine mammal stranding coordinator at the federal...

Parents: one week left to take school climate survey

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Parents of Vineyard public school students have until next Friday to respond to an annual school climate survey that will inform administration about perceptions...

Vineyard winter shelter looking to expand

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After a significant increase in the number of guests this past winter, representatives of the Harbor Homes nonprofit want to add five new beds...

The strange afterlife of Christopher Gray

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  Mike Creato of Classic Aviators has led bird's-eye tours of the Vineyard from his cherry red, open-cockpit biplanes at Katama Airfield for more than...

Tisbury School exploring Portuguese program

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Officials with the Tisbury School are exploring the idea of offering a new Brazilian Portuguese class at the K–8 school. With many students from Portuguese-speaking...

Times publisher receives journalism award

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Martha's Vineyard Times publisher Charles Sennott received a James F. Foley Foundation World Press Freedom Award on Wednesday in Washington, D.C., for his work...

Tappé tapped for HS project

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Tappé Architects of Boston has been chosen for the construction project planned for the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. A 16-member design selection panel, with...

Tisbury unveils master plan

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Tisbury presented a long-awaited master plan to residents and officials at town hall on Monday. The document was unanimously adopted that evening by the...

Bringing sexual violence out of the shadows

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Several dozen Vineyarders carried signs through Oak Bluffs' downtown on Saturday morning, showing solidarity with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Marchers, some themselves...

Trash and treasure at Earth Day Fest

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Hundreds of volunteers, dozens of environmental organizations and several aquatic fauna made a lively Earth Day Festival at the Martha's Vineyard Museum over the...

Compromise reached on Chilmark tennis debate

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Updated, April 24 At town meeting Tuesday night, Chilmark voters navigated to a middle ground on an issue that has rattled the up-Island town for...

Donation funds Heritage Trail plaque replacement

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Plans are in motion to replace a plaque reported stolen from the Martha's Vineyard African-American Heritage Trail earlier this month, thanks to an anonymous...

Chilmark council grilled by residents over tennis dispute

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Tensions flared at the Chilmark Community Center on Sunday during a discussion on the issues surrounding tomorrow’s town meeting vote over who will manage...

Chilmark town meeting considers electric vehicles, housing

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On Tuesday, April 23, Chilmark voters will decide the fate of 33 warrant articles at the annual town meeting. Questions before voters will cover funding...