John Rose, the embattled Oak Bluffs fire chief who has been under pressure for months following allegations of misconduct, has agreed to resign.

In the face of growing opposition to a major expansion project at the Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard, Tisbury selectmen voted Wednesday night to send a...

Although John Abrams isn’t officially retiring until 2022, plans are in the works for Deirdre Bohan to take over as South Mountain Company CEO.

As the Steamship Authority nears two years of off-season construction at its Woods Hole terminal, costs for the project have surpassed $70 million,...

With growing global concern over the coronavirus, Island health officials are bracing for another historic year for a more familiar virus: the flu.

There are 20 Island selectmen, the vast majority of them over 60. But with the deadline still a month away for filing nomination papers, three young...

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News Briefs

There will be no parking meters in the Tisbury-owned parking lot on Beach Road this summer.

Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation will provide community impact grants with awards totaling $5,000.

Come in and scoop up Mitzi, she won’t last long.

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