Sam Sifton, food editor and columnist for The New York Times, will take the stage at 2 p.m. on Oct. 24 as part of a long weekend of culinary events...
The Steamship Authority aired a preliminary plan this week to raise rates in 2020 to cover increased expenses resulting from last year’s...
West Tisbury architect Linda Cohen has recently opened Olive Branch Fair Trade in the Woodland Center next to the Frame Shop in Vineyard Haven.
A key subcommittee of the MVC voted 7-2 this week to recommend denial of a large subdivision proposed for off Meetinghouse Way, amid debate that...
Martha’s Vineyard’s first summer with a tax on short-term rentals is in the books, and real estate brokers and listing agents are voicing frustration...
A petition from Falmouth residents has forced the SSA to schedule a public hearing Monday afternoon on its proposed 2020 operating schedule.
Tisbury selectmen voted unanimously this week to host a second Beach Road Weekend after the three-day summer concert drew glowing reviews from...
A well-known quality of life problem on the Island, housing insecurity also poses health challenges, according to a new community health needs report...
After nearly two months of bickering in and out of court, the Wampanoag tribe and town of Aquinnah have a written agreement that allows the tribe to...

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