The historic marina on Lagoon Pond Road in Vineyard Haven, now owned by Safe Harbor Marinas, wants to exchange buildings for boat racks and gravel...
After years of delays in court, a long-planned expansion and renovation project at the Edgartown Stop & Shop is back on track, spokesmen for the...
Steamship Authority governors welcomed a new member Tuesday and approved another expenditure for the Woods Hole Terminal reconstruction project.
At a liquor license hearing Wednesday, the prospective buyers of the Lambert’s Cove Inn found themselves in the midst of wary neighbors with a litany...
A new distribution of rapid at-home test kits will take place on Wednesday and Thursday this week in all the Island towns.
Larkin Stallings, owner of the Ritz Cafe in Oak Bluffs, opened his first club in 1976. It was called My Oh My, and sat at the intersection of Homer...
The Vineyard Haven hotel has paid fines totaling $21,400 to the town of Tisbury for illegally discharging groundwater into the aging municipal sewer...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously Thursday night to approve an expansion project for Shearer Cottage, the historic Oak Bluffs inn...
Adult and Continuing Education of Martha’s Vineyard has received four grants to strengthen training for Island workers and youths.
Beginning Wednesday this week, the Steamship Authority will require all employees to show they have had at least one Covid-19 vaccination, the boat...
Tisbury voters are one step closer to deciding whether or not to lift meal requirements for alcoholic beverage service.
The recent decision to reaffirm some 170 acres of land owned by the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe as a federal trust is welcome news to the Wampanoag Tribe...

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