Across the Island preparations have begun for Halloween. Pumpkins have been carved, costumes made, and Wiet Bacheller has begun preparing 1,200...
An Island honey company has had its products pulled from grocery store shelves on the recommendation of the Tisbury health department.
Ms. Dacey, director of worldwide programming at WMVY, will leave the station where she has worked since 1985 at the end of the year.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has closed a public hearing on a large proposed expansion of the Edgartown Stop & Shop.
Island towns are beginning to grapple with implications of the recreational marijuana law enacted a year ago.
A concerned citizen group launched a community survey this week to gauge public opinion about an array of issues at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Tisbury selectmen this week said they would pursue zoning regulations to keep gun stores and retail marijuana sales out of the downtown area.
Boat line governors voted Tuesday to limit the size of trucks on the 5:30 a.m. freight run to the Vineyard to less than 40 feet in the summer months.
A mix of Islanders gathered Sunday to protest the plan to apply herbicides under power lines on Martha’s Vineyard this week.

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