The Vineyard may seem far removed from racial violence, but it has not been a silent observer in the struggle for equality. Every summer people from...
With the Fourth of July holiday and peak summer boating season under way, the U.S. Coast Guard, local police departments, and town harbor masters are...
The chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) announced that work will begin soon to convert a tribal community center into a gambling...
On Saturday, all eyes will turn to Edgartown for the Fourth of July. The parade begins at 5 p.m. and the fireworks light up the sky starting at 9 p.m...
The decline of the Vineyard's fisheries has little to do with a lack of fish and more to do with lack of access, Island fishermen say. A new...
A partnership led by a South Boston bar owner and condominium developer will pay $5.15 million for 51 acres in Oak Bluffs once planned as a luxury...
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $173,191 for the business week ending on Friday, June 26, 2015.
Oak Bluffs selectmen agreed this week to sign an intermunicipal agreement that will allow the county to buy a building to house the Center for Living...
A recent incident involving a vicious dog attack came to a swift end this week with the announcement by the Tisbury selectmen that the three dogs...

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