Two Island patients are currently hospitalized with Covid-19 and a third was emergency airlifted to a Boston hospital late last night as coronavirus...
Two aspiring shellfish farmers were approved for Tisbury’s first aquaculture licenses at the select board meeting Tuesday night. Noah Mayrand and...
The Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group has gained more autonomy for the use of the state hatchery in Oak Bluffs after a bill passed allowing a long-...
Edgartown selectmen sped through their meeting Monday, but slowed down Clevelandtown Road, lowering the speed limit on the paved byway from 30 to 25...
Island health agents reported 31 new cases of coronavirus over the weekend, including 20 on Saturday, adding to an already record case load on the...
A statewide drought that has affected Martha’s Vineyard since last summer was declared at an end this month by the Massachusetts Drought Management...
Pick up an original Vineyard Bingo board at the Chilmark Library and play for prizes Jan. 23.
A controversial $7.7 million project to overhaul the regional high school’s athletic fields is set to come before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission...
A small protest at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Sunday afternoon called for the removal of President Donald Trump from office, joining similar...
It started as a brief conversation between state environmental police Lt. Col. Patrick Moran and Bret Stearns, the natural resource officer for the...
An ongoing sandplain grassland restoration project at Long Point Wildlife Refuge in West Tisbury got a boost this week with the announcement of a $50...
Martha’s Vineyard health officials reported 23 new cases of coronavirus on the Island Friday, capping a tumultuous week nationwide that also saw...

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