As part of a long-term grassroots effort, federal regulators recently passed legislation to protect dwindling Atlantic herring stocks.

The geomorphic processes of the Vineyard’s littoral belt are among the most varied on Earth. Meaning the Edgartown dredge has a lot of work to do.

The shotgun season for deer hunting opens today and runs for the next two weeks. Hunters will be out on public lands, including the state forest.

Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard, which provides care and comfort to Island families at the end of life, has been named the beneficiary of the Vineyard...

As striped bass stocks have declined, the debate over how to best manage this prized fish has become more heated.

The only unimpeded, half-mile expanse of year-round working waterfront on the Island stretches from the Steamship Authority wharf to R.M. Packer Co.


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Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to approve a tax rate of $7.44 per $1,000 of assessed valuation, a 3.25 per cent decrease.

Dukes County Commissioner Keith Chatinover will hold a series of town hall-style meetings next month.

The Teddy Bear Suite is back, opening its doors on Nov. 30 for the holiday season.