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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission, the Island’s regional permitting and planning body, is most visible when reviewing developments of regional impact (DRI). But the MVC’s...
State agency concerns forced a quick shift in the $3 million project to relocate the historic lighthouse.
Funeral services are scheduled today in Braintree for 32-year-old David M. Cleary, who died in a fire at his Edgartown home March 18. Mr....
Island first responders plan to respond to a simulated emergency as part of a hands-on training exercise at the business park and airport.
In a very close vote, drivers rejected an attempt to organize as part of the Amalgamated Transit Union, the nation’s largest transit union.
Several people escaped the flames at the Boylston Drive home.
Dukes County officials want Island towns to buy a home for the Center for Living.
Retired Oak Bluffs detective Warren Gosson is accused of verbally accosting town leaders outside town hall.
Selectmen hope to offset a very bad winter by allowing scallopers to fish beyond the normal season limit.
County commissioners continue the purge of the troublesome airport commission with new appointments.
Working conditions and pay are behind the organizing drive.
Steamship Authority officials described in detail decision-making on $108 million in capital projects.
The building committee asked for $260,000 on top of $225,000 to finish the new library.
Accounts will be moved to Edgartown branch when the up-Island office closes May 29.
Selectmen voted to appoint labor counsel Jack Collins to the post until they can name a new chief.
Town wastewater commissioners must decide whether to grant a sewer permit.
The county may well use its appointing authority to clip the airport commission’s wings.
Steamship Authority officials organized the meeting in the wake of a public outcry over rate hikes in the face of dropping fuel costs.
Volunteers will try to identify the number of homeless people on Martha’s Vineyard who may qualify for state funding or services.
The Oak Bluffs venue is scheduled to open March 5 as a year-round lounge for adults.