The Covid-19 risk level was elevated from low to medium on Martha’s Vineyard this week amid a steady rise in cases.
The commission vote was unanimous to deny a request to reduce the number of workforce housing units in the downtown building. The critical need for...
On May 14 a new Island-based initiative will launch with the goal of reducing trash generated by takeout food containers.
A key subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted 7-0 with one abstention Monday night to recommend that the full commission deny a plan...
MV Taxi, Stagecoach and Adam Cab all saw their licenses renewed at a meeting of the select board Monday.
Two marijuana dispensaries — one new, the other exisiting — were topics for discussion at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission late last week.
The Vineyard Gazette was honored over the weekend with 34 awards in the New England Better Newspaper Competition for 2021, including top honors for...
The distinctive Greek revival building at 15 Church Street in Edgartown that was formerly the office of Mindoro Real Estate will soon host a new...
A shipment of medical supplies is on its way to Ukraine from the Vineyard thanks to a collaboration between the Martha's Vineyard Hospital and a West...
Town Bar & Grill in Edgartown will be required to close an hour early until at least August 1 after multiple incidents where police were called...
The Steamship Authority announced Wednesday that it would stop requiring require masks on board ferries or shuttle buses. The announcement follows an...
Three of the Steamship Authority’s four freight ferries — the Gay Head, Katama and Sankaty — will need to be replaced within the next three to five...

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