Neighbors of a planned affordable housing duplex in Vineyard Haven prevailed this week when the Tisbury planning board voted to relocate the units’...
The Island’s emergency infrastructure, established to deal with natural disasters and critical housing needs, was put to a different test last week...
The installation of a conduit on Panhandle Road in West Tisbury is scheduled to start in October. Full restoration work gets under way in spring of...
Our only adoption news is that adorable guinea pig, Ruby, has moved to her new home with her new family.
A Boston civil rights law firm this week filed a class action lawsuit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on behalf of Venezuelan migrants who were...
The town of Chilmark was awarded a $205,937 grant on Monday from the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management’s Coastal Resilience Grant...
With the owners of the Chappaquiddick Ferry hoping to sell the franchise before their lease expires next year, the future of the tiny barge-like...
The pilot of a privately-owned seaplane came before the Tisbury select board last week to request a harbor use permit to land and take off in...
For two hours starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday, kids fished from the Oak Bluffs Steamship Authority pier before the first ferry of the day arrived,...
On Saturday afternoon at the Edgartown Lighthouse Children’s Memorial 49 new stones honoring a child’s life were added to the 998 stones encircling...
The owners of a 147-year-old East Chop home had their demolition application denied by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night.
A group of mostly Venezuelan migrants who were flown to Martha's Vineyard with false promises were receiving assistance at Joint Base Cape Cod Monday...

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