An old oak tree that arches over Music street in West Tisbury will be left alone despite its declining condition, selectmen decided this week.
A new political advertisement born on the Vineyard features eight female Democratic candidates running in congressional races across the nation.
Early voting is underway and hundreds of Islanders have already cast ballots with less than two weeks to go until the Nov. 6 election.
Tisbury and Oak Bluffs are beginning to talk across town lines about sharing some services, beginning with a building commissioner
With a large show of support from the town fire, police and EMS, Tisbury’s new police chief Mark Saloio was sworn in Tuesday evening.
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will change its cafeteria program beginning next year to be managed in house.
A ribbon cutting at Smalley’s Knoll in Aquinnah Thursday marked continued progress for the affordable housing movement on the Vineyard.
Plans for a two-story ticket office and a fully operational third slip at the Steamship Authority’s Woods Hole terminal face rising opposition, both...
An exchange of correspondence has begun between Aquinnah selectmen and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) over the tribe’s planned class II...

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