Stop & Shop workers in the region that includes Martha’s Vineyard are at the bargaining table. Local 328 represents 11,000 clerks and cashiers at...
At the far western tip of the Island, Wayward Wampum has remained open since Labor Day, expanding the social landscape in a remote area.
The Oak Bluffs water district hopes to offset costs by developing a three-megawatt solar array off Barnes Road.
With heroin use a rising concern on the Cape and Islands, the Penikese School has announced plans to reopen as a residential treatment center.
Anna Edey has a vision for better housing options for Vineyard seniors, and she will share it on Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Vineyard...
Featherstone Center for the Arts blends the digital age with art installation in the first show of their 20th season: an Instagram art exhibit.
Lieut. Col. Sean M. Smith, son of Michael and Lucie Smith of Edgartown, assumed a new post Jan. 29.
The Vineyard Gazette won 30 awards this year in the New England Newspaper and Press Association competition, including several top prizes for...
At Blitz Fitness in West Tisbury, Coach Vandre Ramos trains adults and children alike in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, a grappling martial art where leverage...

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