In anticipation of Christmas in Edgartown, the Edgartown select board voted Monday to extend seasonal liquor licenses through Dec. 13.
Marking a key step in the concerted push to create a housing bank on Martha’s Vineyard, a draft warrant article was unveiled at an online public...
A scaled-backed building and a slew of unfinished details were on the table for more discussion when the developer who wants to expand the former Edu...
New confirmed cases of Covid-19 dropped to their lowest level in four months last week, the Island boards of health reported Monday in a regular...
As Covid-19 cases continue on a downward trajectory this fall, the six Martha’s Vineyard boards of health are now poised to revisit the question of...
Confirmed cases of Covid-19 continued to decline on the Island, with 12 new cases reported for the week ending Saturday, Oct. 30, and just one more...
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is eyeing a building in New Bedford to expand its services and provide jobs to tribal members on the...
A long-anticipated plan for affordable housing near the YMCA in Oak Bluffs is taking another step forward, with the top two developers bidding for...
The number of new Covid-19 cases on Martha’s Vineyard for the week ending Saturday, Oct. 23 showed a decline after three weeks of gradually...
The commission voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a project to redevelop the Tisbury Marine Terminal as a maintenance staging area for the...
Oyster farmer Greg Martino won the Tisbury select board’s approval for a one-acre shellfish farm in Lagoon Pond this week, bringing to three the...
Four new lease lots will be added to the airport business park after an expansion plan cleared approvals with the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last...

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