Oak Bluffs selectmen at their regular meeting Tuesday took a hard line on how raises and bonuses should be awarded to town employees, asking town...

Energy DCPC Gains Support Annual Town Meeting Initiative to Create Islandwide District for Energy Conservation Moves Ahead Slowly By IAN FEIN...

SSA Ferry Ready for Sea Journey from Mississippi to Fairhaven The ferry Island Home is set to make the long trip home. Steamship Authority...

Garage Case Is Heard by Judge Town Counsel Presses in Court to Have Moujabber Garage Demolished as Ordered, Calling it Hideous By IAN FEIN...

Nancy Coles Hegeman Stephens, a fourth-generation East Chop seasonal resident, and for more than 50 years the Gazette's East Chop correspondent,...

Art Buchwald, the familiar, funny and irreverent Pulitzer-Prize winning newspaper columnist whose decision to refuse kidney dialysis and end his...

Several shellfishermen and fishermen are taking a first step on a long road to raise blue mussels for market in Vineyard waters.

Faced with Denial by Board of Appeals, Developers of Katama Private Club Withdraw Application for Now In an unexpected turn, the applicants for...

Oak Bluffs officials were surprised to learn this week that town administrator Michael Dutton approved a pay raise and job reclassification for...

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