The loud crunch of a claw excavator cutting into a roof line was in the air Tuesday morning as demolition of the former Hinckley’s lumber yard began.
Steamship Authority governors meet Wednesday with a full agenda, but a report from independent consultants has been delayed for a month.
The well-known art specialist and former longtime Vineyard gallery owner, died on Nov. 20 at her home in West Tisbury.
After months of lobbying from the Vineyard Conservation Society, both Vineyard Stop & Shop stores have discontinued the use of plastic bags.
A public hearing on a plan by Verizon to extend the height of a communication tower continues on Dec. 6.
A group of Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) bus drivers picketed at Five Corners Wednesday morning over contract talks.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission voted this week to approve a preliminary $5.5 million FY20 airport operating budget, up roughly six per cent...
Dr. Michael Michotek left the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital last week, causing ripples of concern in the Island community.
After a 15-month hiatus, Island drivers can once again fuel up at the airport business park. The new station, called Northline Shell, is up and...