In a major step for coastal resiliency planning on the Vineyard, a combined total of nearly $400,000 in competitive, state grants were awarded to the...

Island census organizers are ramping up outreach efforts to boost participation, after a counting process hamstrung by funding cuts and concern about...

The Edgartown wastewater treatment facility has dramatically curtailed its capacity for taking pumpouts from septic systems in recent months, forcing...

Martha’s Vineyard residents in need are eating more locally-raised food than ever before, thanks to a network of Island farms, volunteers and social...

Thursday marked the first day of school for students across the Island, but this year, backpacks and school buses were traded in for Chromebooks and...

A possible record bonito did not cross the scales during the first week of action, as the fisherman had not registered for the derby.

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News Briefs

The Tisbury School Building Committee will review new, more detailed designs for the school at the committee's next meeting Monday.

Here are some decisions that arose from casual and Internet play.

The Vineyard Conservation Society elected new officers at its 55th annual meeting.

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