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As many as five medical marijuana shops possible in Dukes County.
On Monday, selectmen accepted a bid of $2.5 million for the decaying building.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission concluded an NSTAR public hearing Thursday, with a call for better communication in the future.
The Saturday event included a dog parade.
The Dukes County Health Council invited policy expert Kevin Sabet to speak on the issue.
The Duke's County Health Council (DCHC) hosted a marijuana tutorial this morning for town officials and some of the four applicants for medical marijuana dispensaries on Martha's Vineyard — all of them anxious to learn the ropes of the new state effort to permit the distribution of medical marijuana.
Edgartown selectmen covered a range of issues Monday including the sale of the Captain Warren House and an underground cable.
Edgartown selectmen tackled a wide range of issues Monday, from the Captain Warren House to healthy aging
In anticipation of a new school year, parents Island-wide rely on the safety net of after school programs
George "Doc" and Meghan Brown share a deep love of antiques and each other, and not in that order
The small protest attracted considerable attention as holiday weekend travelers arrived.
Applicants in Dukes County are closer to obtaining a medical marijuana license, as part of the state's competitive two-part application process.
Representatives for Stop & Shop postponed two meetings this week, while they and the MVC await results of a traffic study
The Martha's Vineyard Commission continues public hearings for Alliance Community Church and NSTAR, hears plans for a subdivision project in Katama
The Sullivan 5K Run/Walk has raised approximately $300,000 to benefit Martha's Vineyard Hospital over the last 25 years.
Edgartown selectmen also signed off on a Chappy Ferry maintenance plan.
The Martha's Vineyard Community Services fashion show and art sale over the weekend will benefit a wide range of social services Island-wide
Edgartown business owners welcome the Obama family and embrace their patriotic spirit
Absent authority over NSTAR's infrastructure work, the Martha's Vineyard Commission hearing was intended merely to air views.
The Department of Public Health is now accepting applications to open medical marijuana dispensaries.