TestMV, the free coronavirus testing site at the regional high school, has seen soaring demand and record numbers over the past three weeks, amid...

Former Tisbury Sgt. Kindia Roman has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

Island boards of health reported six new coronavirus cases on Tuesday as Oak Bluffs and West Tisbury joined Edgartown in swiftly approving new...

Steve Bernier, the owner of Cronig’s Market and a fixture in the Island community, was due to return home to the Island Tuesday.

Island churches, nonprofit organizations, Stop & Shop and countless volunteers teamed up to provide over 400 Thanksgiving meals to Vineyard...

Edgartown became the first Island town to officially adopt tighter construction guidelines as an unrelenting surge in coronavirus cases continued...

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News Briefs

A pair of new grants totaling more than $228,000 will support educational and job training at Adult and Continuing Education of Martha's Vineyard.

MV Community Services is releasing the last low-number Martha's Vineyard license plates for auction, with bidding to start Dec. 9.

Kimberly Budd, the new chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, has close ties to Martha’s Vineyard.

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