After hearing strenuous objections from mariners this fall, the U.S. Coast Guard has decided against removing several buoys surrounding the Vineyard.
A sweeping new plan involving federal agencies, Native American tribes, six Northeast states and many other stakeholders may help set the course of...
A property owner’s long-running bid to build a boardwalk over a salt marsh must be reviewed again, the Massachusetts Appeals Court said.
Oak Bluffs selectmen again postponed a decision about their appointment to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission after lengthy discussion Tuesday.
Selectmen will commission a report on how much it would cost to bring the crumbling, 101-year-old Island Theatre into a safe state.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s decision to slash more than $98 million from the state budget could affect key programs on Martha’s Vineyard.
Tisbury and West Tisbury have both approved their tax rates for the year.
A Martha’s Vineyard Commission survey confirms a stark contrast between the needs of renters and homeowners on the Island.
Edgartown selectmen approved removal of a sycamore maple at 65 Davis Lane during a brief meeting Monday.

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