In a history-making moment, director of emergency room medicine Dr. Karen Casper received the Island’s first dose of coronavirus vaccine early...
The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust said Tuesday that it hopes to lease the former Menemsha Fish House property, with an eye toward...
Capping nine tense months of anticipation, planning and promise, the first shipment of the eagerly-awaited coronavirus vaccine arrived at the Martha’...
Steamship Authority general manager Robert Davis has again received high marks from the boat line board of governors, in his third annual review...
Island health agents reported 10 new patients Tuesday, as Gov. Charlie Baker pleaded for residents to avoid travel and spend the holidays only with...
Cape Cod Community College is currently enrolling students on Martha’s Vineyard for an EMT class beginning Jan. 25, 2021.
Vineyard Wind has withdrawn its construction and operation plans from the federal permitting process, suddenly throwing the future into limbo for the...
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, Brazilian contractors, health agents and translators have begun working together to get the word out about new...
Seven Martha's Vineyard boating operations have won 2020 Boater's Choice Awards from Cambridge-based marinas.com.
Heating assistance benefit levels have been increased, according to an announcement from the South Shore Community Action Council, Inc.
Martha’s Vineyard Bank has announced the election of Robert (Bob) Mone as a bank corporator.
A mainstay Martha’s Vineyard nightspot year round, the Ritz Cafe will shutter effective Jan. 1, with plans to reopen March 9, following approval from...

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