Covid-19 vaccinations for Islanders 75 and over are set to begin Monday, Feb. 1, hospital officials said, although widespread confusion remains...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission aired its new energy policy in front of the Edgartown selectmen Monday.
Hoping to galvanize the state’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout, Gov. Charlie Baker announced on Monday that phase two of the state’s plan would begin on...
Vineyard Wind announced Monday it was requesting federal review of the plan to build the nation’s first industrial-scale wind farm 15 miles south of...
Two Edgartown hotel redevelopment proposals kept the Martha’s Vineyard Commission busy Thursday, as neighbors railed against increasing commercial...
Restaurants and other businesses will be allowed to stay open past 9:30 p.m. starting Monday, Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday.
Real estate sales on Martha's Vineyard soared past the $1 billion threshold for the first time in 2020, shattering previous records as a bull market...
Accessories include two tiny Narragansett Beer cans (one crushed) and an arsenal of weapons and headgear.
After the closure of Menemsha’s only wholesale seafood market last year, the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust has taken steps on...
The Steamship Authority saw a busy morning on opening day for online summer ferry reservations Tuesday. And there were no website crashes this year.
The Edgartown market and carry-out reopens Jan. 20 at 8 a.m.
Citing urgent staffing and scheduling concerns, the Steamship Authority has sent a letter to the state Department of Public Health requesting...

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