An unprecedented streak of mechanical breakdowns, and more recently ferry service that is running chronically late, are expected to top the agenda...
James Rogers figured when he retired from the Tisbury fire department, he ought to find a new way to serve the town. Next week, he’s running...
A $9 million town budget and money for school renovations are set to come before Chilmark voters at their annual town meeting Monday. The meeting...
Tisbury voters go to the polls next week to make a final decision on the much-debated $46.6 million new school project that has caused deep divisions...
Chilmark selectmen unanimously voted this week to join a federal lawsuit against prescription opioid manufacturers and distributors.
An Edgartown district court judge recently upheld the decision of the Oak Bluffs selectmen to order two dogs euthanized.
Faced with a shortage in the police department, selectmen voted this week to appoint former Chilmark police chief Brian Cioffi as a special officer...
Island businessman Geoff Rose, who holds the only license to grow and sell medical marijuana, has officially shown interest in obtaining a license to...
Parking fees at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport will soon see a new automated system in place of the familiar envelope-on-the-windshield system that...

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