A sweeping new state report on ocean acidification recommends legislators take immediate steps to mitigate the impacts on the state aquaculture...
Edgartown selectmen set Feb. 23 at four p.m. for an informal public hearing on a proposed anchoring ban in Cape Pogue this summer.
After a months-long holiday surge, coronavirus cases on the Island have dipped in recent weeks to pre-winter lows, with health agents reporting 10...
Seniors and co-captains of the girls squad — Elenor Hyland, Gabby Carr and Lily Jones — were recognized by their teammates and coaches at the meet on...
The death of a longtime U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals judge has left a high-stakes case involving a proposed Aquinnah Wampanoag gaming facility...
On Island, a documentary about substance use disorders on Martha’s Vineyard, premieres this Friday, illuminating stories of Islanders who have...
The Sunday snowstorm on the Island led to a bevy of minor traffic accidents, downed trees and scattered power outages, but no major incidents, public...
Viewers from around the Island and across the country joined over Zoom for a morning of music and celebration as part of the fifth annual Martha’s...
In a presentation hosted by the charter school, Caroline Hunter described how a small grassroots effort grew into an international revolution that...
The Harbor Landing Hotel in Vineyard Haven had to be evacuated Thursday night after a fuse short-circuited and filled the lobby of the building with...
A public hearing at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was abruptly ended Thursday night after a troop of obscene and lewd Zoom bombers interrupted the...
Tonight, when you step outside around 9 o’clock, look up.

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