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.
The Island Home was taken out of service late Thursday after vibration was observed on a propeller shaft.
In a pivotal decision, the high court upheld a lower court ruling that requires the Wampanoag tribe to obtain building permits for a planned bingo...

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