Mooring rental fees in Vineyard Haven are going up by 10 per cent, following a unanimous vote Wednesday by the town select board.
A sketch for an affordable housing project, money to replace a failed generator at the Chilmark School and the housing bank question are all in front...
When he leaves for a new job in Wareham this summer, Vineyard schools superintendent Dr. Matthew D’Andrea will leave behind a school system facing...
Town Bar & Grill in Edgartown will be required to close an hour early until at least August 1 after multiple incidents where police were called...
Carrie Caldwell, a fifth grade teacher at the Tisbury School, has moved around the Island 10 times in the last six months. Her next move will be her...
Three Island towns affirmed their support for the housing bank last week with a decisive win at the ballot box, while a razor-thin margin of victory...
The Steamship Authority announced Wednesday that it would stop requiring require masks on board ferries or shuttle buses. The announcement follows an...
The Oak Bluffs select board gave approvals for three summer events at a brief meeting Friday, two of them in Waban Park.
Three of the Steamship Authority’s four freight ferries — the Gay Head, Katama and Sankaty — will need to be replaced within the next three to five...
A plan to expand the former Edu Comp building in Vineyard Haven remains a work in progress as the developer who recently bought the property attempts...
Vineyard schools superintendent Dr. Matthew D’Andrea has been offered the job as the next superintendent of schools in Wareham.
Incumbent Oak Bluffs select board member Gail Barmakian squeaked back into office Thursday, edging out challenger Dion Alley by just two votes.

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