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Vineyard Haven slip construction over budget 

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The Steamship Authority (SSA) pier replacement project for one of its Vineyard Haven slips should be wrapped up by the beginning of May, but...

Asylum seekers celebrate new special protections

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Updated April 24 Almost two years ago, nearly 50 Venezuelan asylum seekers landed on Martha’s Vineyard via private planes chartered by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis....

Dump truck snaps utility pole

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Updated April 22 A dump truck whose driver lost control of its brakes led to a collision that snapped a utility pole in Tisbury.  The accident...

Tisbury skirts need for budget override  

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An issue with Microsoft Excel nearly caused Tisbury to request voter permission to borrow a generous amount of money to fund next year’s budget.  But...

Tisbury considering short-term rental regulations 

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Tisbury housing officials are looking at potentially proposing a bylaw to regulate short-term rentals during a special town meeting this fall, as a possible...

A submerged concern: offshore wind cables 

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As offshore wind turbines undergo construction in waters south of the Vineyard, and with some already standing and delivering power, the debates on the...

Envisioning West Tisbury’s future

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West Tisbury is bringing residents together this month to ask a simple yet difficult question: What do you want for your town’s future?  More than...

SSA planning text-alert system improvements

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Updated April 19 The Steamship Authority (SSA) will be looking for potential improvements to how it alerts customers and staff about canceled trips, amid concerns...

W.T. voters favor grass field

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West Tisbury voters made their stance clear that they prefer grass over a synthetic turf field. In a roughly 6 to 1 tally, voters supported...

SSA canceled trips after vessel struck buoy

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Several trips on the Steamship Authority (SSA) schedule were canceled on Thursday, April 11, for mechanical issues, and because of a stalled vehicle. The passenger...

Oak Bluffs voters reject industrial overlays

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Updated April 10 Oak Bluffs voters took a hard stance Tuesday night: protect residential neighborhoods in the down-Island town. During the Oak Bluffs annual town meeting,...

New SSA vessel to set sail in June

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The newest freight ferries in the Steamship Authority’s (SSA) fleet are nearing their big debut. SSA general manager Robert Davis says the new freight ferry...

Chappy farmland proposed for conservation

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A large chunk of land on Chappaquiddick that has been owned by an Island family for nearly a century may be preserved in its...

Town meeting starts today for half the Island

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The annual town meeting season is upon the Vineyard, and there are three towns that will be congregating townspeople to cast their votes.  Edgartown, Oak...

Charter school to puff up theatrics at the Grange

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Magical theatrics await the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School (MVPCS) this coming weekend in West Tisbury.  MVPCS students will be running a performance of “Puffs,...

Faulty hose, crew shortage causes ferry cancellations

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Updated Mechanical issues on the Steamship Authority (SSA) ferry Martha’s Vineyard caused trip cancellations on the morning of Wednesday, April 3.  A leak in the Martha’s...

Feds approve 129-turbine project for Vineyard waters

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Updated April 3 What could become the largest offshore wind farm in New England waters received federal approval this week.  The United States Department of the...

Sit down at Midnight Taco

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A summertime Oak Bluffs taqueria is moving and expanding. Midnight Taco, a takeout place located at 6 Circuit Ave. Extension, will be moving to 7...

Decades of pursuing the truth

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Updated March 28 While The Martha’s Vineyard Times was recognized for its work during the 2024 New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) convention over...

Land court ruling unsettling short-term rental market

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Real estate agents and zoning officials on Martha’s Vineyard have their eyes on a court case unfolding on their sister Island that could disrupt...