Although charter fishing resumed during phase one of Gov. Charlie Baker’s reopening plan, the dynamics of the business — in particular the small...
Coronavirus cases continued to creep upward on Wednesday, as two more new confirmed positive Covid-19 patients were reported on the Island.
As of Thursday morning last week, financial projections for the Steamship Authority included a potential tax assessment for the six Island towns...
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced Wednesday that Dr. Elizabeth Folcarelli has been selected as its new chief executive officer.
Former Dukes County superior court clerk Joe Sollitto has joined the firm of Brush, Flanders & Moriarty, LLC.
The Fourth of July weekend saw one new positive test case of Covid-19 reported on the Island, as coronavirus numbers slowly inch upward with summer...
There were no fireworks sparkling over the Edgartown Lighthouse this Fourth of July, no ocean of pastel-colored onlookers or parade of floats...
Two of the Island’s four cinemas will soon be showing movies again, as the third phase of pandemic reopening begins. But many businesses are taking a...
The Martha's Vineyard Mediation Program will operate fee-free for the rest of 2020, according to an announcement.
A proposal to locate the Island’s first recreational marijuana dispensary off State Road in West Tisbury saw pushback from abutters at a Martha’s...
After four exhaustive hearings and a mountain of correspondence, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission closed a public hearing last Thursday on one of the...
The Ruel Gallery in Menemsha is now open Thursday through Sunday.

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