Past and present Steamship Authority managers and board members warmly recalled the contributions of the former long-serving Barnstable boat line...
Martha’s Vineyard towns are seeing a boom in residential construction projects, as building demands soar both up-Island and down. The majority of the...
A rapidly growing philanthropic effort to address homelessness on the Island this winter awarded Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard grants totaling $...
Fundraising for the new studio and offices is 40 per cent completed, according to an announcement from the Island radio station.
The Steamship Authority is proposing significant, across-the-board rate hikes in an effort to cover expected losses in revenue and budget shortfalls...
TestMV reported one new case of Covid-19 over the weekend, bringing the Island’s total coronavirus caseload to 102 patients since the pandemic began.
The World War II-era hangar at Katama Airfield was reduced to scrap on Thursday afternoon — not for the first time, but definitely for the last.
The historic Kelley House in Edgartown, among the oldest hotels in the country, was sold Friday to Blue Flag Partners, a Boston-based real estate...
To tackle the challenge of protecting homeless Islanders this winter, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has pledged $150,000 toward establishing and...
Gov. Charlie Baker announced on Tuesday a further easing of coronavirus restrictions in low-risk communities throughout the commonwealth, loosening...
The Martha's Vineyard Farm Bureau is the state's first new county farm bureau in 40 years.
Nantucket has experienced a surge in coronavirus case numbers since Labor Day, with nearly 50 cases reported this month and 19 in the past four days...

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