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West Tisbury Library renovation – a long journey, time to vote

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At town meeting on April 10, and again at the polls on April 12, West Tisbury voters will be asked to fund 25 percent of the cost of renovating and expanding the West Tisbury Free Public Library.

Comcast’s commitment to Martha’s Vineyard is stronger than ever

This paper has actively covered the cable license

Roundabout – a moment of truth for the MVC

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The roundabout application for the Blinker intersection in Oak Bluffs is not the first controversial issue the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has faced in its existence, but it is surely a seminal one that could fix public attitudes, for better or worse, toward the regional planning agency for a long time to come.

Proposed wind energy rules no available for review

The draft Wind Energy Plan for Dukes County, released for public comment last week, looks at the wide range of issues related to wind energy development on land and off shore in state and federal waters.

What philanthropy is all about on Martha’s Vineyard

July 8 was Philanthropy Day on Martha's Vineyard.

Another blow to Massachusetts fishermen

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No one needs to be told how the fishing industry, once an economic mainstay of the Massachusetts economy, has been declining in recent years.

MVC chairman, an Edgartonian, describes agency’s value

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As a longtime Edgartown resident, I was surprised to hear news reports that I might be paying more than my share to support the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC).

For philanthropy, it’s time to find a better way

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Friday was Philanthropy Day on Martha's Vineyard.

Tisbury officials and police ask voters to fund contract settlement

Geoghan Coogan, Jeff Kristal, and Tristan Israel, Tisbury selectmen, and Sergeant Robert Fiske for the Tisbury Police Union jointly prepared this essay.

Step up to the school committee – somebody has to do it

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All five seats on the Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) committee will be up for election on the first Tuesday in November this year.

Medicare cuts will harm many providers

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The current debate in Washington isn't solely about the grand goal of expanding access to health insurance. It has turned into a spar about spending and controlling costs in the federal Medicare program. For...
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