A short-term land deal cut by the regional high school committee Monday night has flung open the starting gates on an ambitious $6-million plan to...
The Herring Creek Farm Trust has filed a new lawsuit against the Martha's Vineyard Commission, appealing a recent decision by the commission to...
"Today and tomorrow were supposed to be my days off. I got here at 5:30 this morning. My last days off were last year," Mr. Silva said, smiling even...
A formidable Islandwide transportation planning project and a slew of fresh development proposals are expected to keep the newly configured Martha's...
Moped accident victims need more training - most have never driven a motorized two-wheeler before, and the average customer gets seven minutes of...
Island Ice Arena Fights Financial Crisis; Seeks Help to Secure Future of Facility By Mark Alan Lovewell The Martha's Vineyard Arena is...
Vineyard First Night Festivities Welcome the New Year 2001 By Katherine Wiley This New Year's Eve, many Islanders brought in 2001 without...
The waiting list for English as a second language classes on the Island has more than 80 names, and has left Island educators scrambling for...
Purple Gallinule Lands on Island From the South By E. Vernon Laux At noon on New Year's Day, Stephen Carlson of Oak Bluffs made a...
Calling it an important step for the Vineyard and signaling a new determination to take the lead in regional transportation planning, the Martha’s...
 The Vineyard varsity football team rolled over Nantucket by a score of 31-6 Saturday, winning on Nantucket soil for only the third time since 1978...
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank announced this week that it will preserve 43 acres of active agriculture at Thimble Farm, the familiar Vineyard farm...

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