Edgartown became the first Island town to officially adopt tighter construction guidelines as an unrelenting surge in coronavirus cases continued...
Kimberly Budd, the new chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, has close ties to Martha’s Vineyard.
Enrollment at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has increased this year, while numbers at Island elementary schools have dropped slightly...
Thanksgiving week is shaping up to be a busy one on the Vineyard, as visitors appear to be coming early and staying longer, advance booking data from...
Vineyard Wind, the international consortium that plans to build the nation’s largest offshore wind farm 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard, has been...
The Island boards of health reported six new cases on the Vineyard Friday and one new case in the Island public schools. There are currently 68...
A crackdown on safety regulations for the Island construction and building industry is now imminent following a heavily-attended virtual town hall...
Stop & Shop has signed on among the first pharmacies in the U.S. to administer future Covid-19 vaccines—for free, according to a press release.
The Martha's Vineyard Branch of the NAACP holds a second panel discussion on police reform in Massachusetts.
Martha’s Vineyard public schools have been accepted into a state-sponsored coronavirus testing program for symptomatic testing, superintendent...
Tisbury can expect a rollback to stricter state guidelines as Covid-19 continues to spread, health agent Maura Valley told the select board Tuesday....
Martha’s Vineyard public health officials were planning to reintroduce Islandwide restrictions on the construction and building industry Thursday.

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