Martha’s Vineyard school leaders finally offered a first look at a reopening plan for the fall semester on Thursday.
Coast Guard first class petty officer Nathan Dlabaj was promoted to the rank of chief in a ceremony Friday morning.
The annual financial audit for the Steamship Authority turned up no irregularities and showed the boat line has been on solid financial footing.
The Island Housing Trust will receive $250,000 in state funding for a planned 20-unit affordable development in Tisbury.
In a historic 10-4 decision the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted Thursday night to deny the Meeting House Place subdivision.
All 96 residents who were tested for Covid-19 on tiny Cuttyhunk island last week have received negative test results.
A key Martha’s Vineyard Commission subcommittee informally, but strongly, recommended rejecting the 54-acre, 29-lot Meeting House Way subdivision on...
The initiative announced Monday will preserve nearly all the remaining undeveloped land on Cuttyhunk — including a large swath of unspoiled barrier...
Concerned about crowding on buses, Vineyard Transit Authority drivers presented the VTA advisory board with a petition last week asking for better...
Due to a nationwide surge in demand for testing, patients will now have to wait a week or longer for results from the TestMV comprehensive...
A sweeping, state-coordinated public health response has been initiated on remote Cuttyhunk after a recent spike in coronavirus cases.
Gov. Charlie Baker signed a supplemental FY2020 budget into law on Friday, officially shifting the burden for this year’s projected Steamship...

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