A clinic to vaccinate Martha’s Vineyard public school teachers will begin Thursday, hospital and high school leaders announced this week. The clinic...
The department announced that a long-awaited environmental analysis of the plan to build the first commercial-scale offshore wind farm 12 miles south...
Mid-February traffic numbers from the Steamship Authority indicate that fewer Islanders are traveling than in winters past, while off-Island travel...
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital signed up 544 more Islanders for vaccine appointments Monday, after registration eligibility was expanded to include...
Sandra Sedacca is the newly-appointed Capital Campaign and Major Gifts Officer at Martha's Vineyard Community Services.
Owners of the Edgar Hotel are looking to convert a large, unoccupied residential house on Edgartown’s Upper Main street into a 19-room inn.
West Tisbury’s first marijuana business is changing hands, under an agreement between Patient Centric owner Geoff Rose and FFD Enterprises.
Aiming for $500,000, the Martha's Vineyard Sustainable Seafood Collaborative raised $515,000 to bring fish wholesaling back to Menemsha.
The Massachusetts Land Court has dismissed the latest in a string of lawsuits brought by Edgartown attorney Benjamin L. Hall over the Yellow House,...
A Vineyard Vision fellowship has enabled Martha's Vineyard Community Services to hire a family child care network coordinator.
A changing climate around immigration policy under the Biden administration is reopening opportunities for the Island’s vital summer workforce.
A chaotic weekend that initially saw Islanders shut out of vaccines culminated with the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital filling 900 appointments.

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