Selectmen and others were skeptical of an informal proposal to steer 65 per cent of every Island town’s Community Preservation Act funds toward...
Martha’s Vineyard commercial fishermen let the state’s Division of Marine Fisheries know what they think of proposed rule updates and new regulations...
A plan for Edgartown to purchase a run-down house on Main street will head to the town meeting warrant after selectmen signed off on the proposal...
Last week marked the arrival of winter flounder in Menemsha Pond, and the end (for now) of a tumultuous dredging project that began in 2015.
Chilmark voters will take another swing this year at a rule to allow the sale of beer and wine in restaurants. A petition asking for the change was...
The Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) is moving full-speed ahead to transform its bus fleet to electric battery-powered buses, administrator Angela...
Health care, immigration, universal preschool and the Pilgrim nuclear power plant were all topics for discussion Sunday when an overflow crowd turned...
A series of recently-completed housing plans show a year-round population straining under the weight of rents and mortgages amid prohibitive building...
On Sunday, Feb. 5, We Stand Together will host newly elected state Sen. Julian Cyr and Rep. Dylan Fernandes in a “conversation on policy” at the...

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