Prodded by a superior court judge, the Dukes County commission this week approved funds to restore wheelchair access to the courthouse.
Five years after Hurricane Sandy ravaged Squibnocket, work began this week on a 300-foot raised causeway that will provide access to homes near the...
A businessman’s application for a license to sell sporting guns touched off debate online this week, in the wake of Las Vegas.
The Tisbury building inspector has been cleared for work on the Martha’s Vineyard Museum project, following a written disclosure to the state ethics...
A decision by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission and site review by the planning board are the final hurdles to overcome for the three-story town hall.
Summer crowds are gone, but town officials had streams of pedestrians and clogged streets on the mind during their fall walk-through at Menemsha.
Katama Bay oyster farms have been closed for two weeks following three confirmed cases of Vibrio illness tied to oysters from the area.
State and Island officials broke ground Friday at Scott’s Grove, a project to build nine affordable rental apartments.
Change is nothing new for Gay Head native Jeffrey Madison, who at 68 recently took the job as Aquinnah town administrator.

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