Impassable for some boats at low tide, the channel at Lake Tashmoo could be dredged this summer. But first there is red tape to untangle.
Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard is pleased to announce that board member Cathy Chu is now licensed as an unrestricted construction...
Republican congressional candidate Peter Tedeschi toured the Vineyard and outlined his platform at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown Saturday.
A state plan for major improvements on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven is set to begin in the fall of 2019, but property owners continue to harbor...
With recreational marijuana sales set to begin this summer in Massachusetts, the legal pot industry has yet to fully arrive on the Island.
Three longtime Steamship Authority employees are retiring this summer, including the human resources director and general counsel.
Public drinking and downtown visibility of police officers were topics for discussion by the Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday.
A public meeting to discuss the recent Mill Brook watershed report in West Tisbury saw wide-ranging discussion Monday.
Edgartown is gearing up for Fourth of July festivities with extended bar hours and parade plans in place for the upcoming holiday.