A tenfold increase in wastewater fees is causing friction between the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and airport business park tenants, with...
The Island Housing Trust will receive $150,000 in tax credits from the from the state community investment tax credit program.
The line spilled out the door at the Edgartown Dairy Queen Thursday afternoon as crowds of squealing students celebrated the reopening of the beloved...
Citing a shifting landscape of costs and advertising revenue, Edible Vineyard will no longer publish its quarterly magazine, and instead produce a...
The second annual Island-wide job and volunteer fair will be held on Saturday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oyster farming is no longer a promising trend but a vibrant reality and a million-dollar industry on the Vineyard, five members of the Island...
Business owners who rely on the ferry to transport cargo to and from the mainland have dealt with late and cancelled shipments that have cost them...
Several Island hotels are facing a labor shortage this summer due to changes in how seasonal work visas are distributed.
New details of the bitter dispute between the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and its former chief executive officer have been opened to public view.

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