Oak Bluffs voters go to the polls today to give a final stamp of approval — or not — for the long-planned new town hall project. Polls are open from...
A public hearing before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission on a plan to demolish a historic hilltop house on Chappaquiddick has been postponed.
Some Edgartown courthouse offices will remain closed Thursday and Friday due to frigid temperatures caused by a broken heating system.
Oak Bluffs voters overwhelmingly approved additional money to build a new town hall at a well-attended special town meeting Tuesday evening.
The Edgartown courthouse was cleared of asbestos Monday, but the building remains without heat, with colder temperatures expected later this week.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission voted this week to approve a preliminary $5.5 million FY20 airport operating budget, up roughly six per cent...
Det. James T. Morse was terminated last Friday for what police called a misuse of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services system.
Edgartown town clerk Wanda Williams will retire on Nov. 30 after 31 years on the job, making the 2018 midterm election her final one.
An unanticipated influx of students at the regional high school who speak little or no English has created an immediate need for another English...

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