Martha’s Vineyard voters are set to weigh in on a trio of contested local races and choose among candidates for regional commissions in midterm...
Family and recreational scalloping outside of Tisbury’s ponds will open Nov. 5, with the commercial season beginning Nov. 7.
Questions on alcohol in Tisbury and wastewater in Oak Bluffs top a bevy of statewide ballot issues facing Island voters.
The Edgartown select board was briefed Monday on potential energy savings by participating in the Community First Partnership sponsored by Mass Save.
Beach Road Weekend was a hit for thousands of music lovers and many down-Island businesses, but a mixed bag for some Tisbury neighbors, the town...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission was hit with another lawsuit this week, this time from the owners of a historic West Chop house.
The Chilmark select board made a number of appointments at its meeting this week, including a new board of health inspector and select board chair.
A regional funding agreement to renovate the Howes House was the focus of a joint meeting with representatives from the three up-Island towns.
Edgartown is well on its way to becoming a state-recognized “green community,” thanks to the work of the energy committee chaired by Alan Straher.
Tisbury select board member Larry Gomez has stepped down from his seat effective Oct. 1 citing health reasons.
The West Tisbury select board intervened this week to try and get a town-sponsored affordable housing project at 401 State Road back on track.
Chilmark voters gathered at the community center Monday evening for a special town meeting agreed to spend $44,000 to renovate the Menemsha...

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