The new Edgartown Library is finished and the shelves have arrived. But what of the historic Carnegie building that will be left behind?
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston has awarded the Island Housing Trust a $390,000 grant through the Edgartown National Bank.
The Edgartown planning board continued a public hearing on a plan to replace an old home on a tiny nonconforming lot in the downtown area.
A secluded waterfront compound on the north shore in West Tisbury changed ownership last month for $28 million.
Property tax bills went out, and while homeowners continue to pay less than those on the mainland, their tax burden will be heavier.
Oneil Wilson, Claudia Murillo and their son Alex met all the criteria to buy the home at 42 Richmond avenue for a below-market price of $225,000.
Working as a group, six Island planning boards have launched an initiative that aims to create hundreds of affordable housing units over the next 10...
A 51-acre subdivision in Oak Bluffs will not require formal review by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, but conditions, including to protect the...
One day after Oak Bluffs officials threatened legal action that could lead to demolition, repair work was underway at the theater.

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