Three candidates are seeking a one-year seat on the West Tisbury select board, left vacant by the recent death of Kent Healy. The Gazette emailed...
A large allotment of H-2B work visas was announced by Rep. Bill Keating’s office last Thursday, easing some of the uncertainty among Island business...
Martha’s Vineyard school leaders are strongly condemning an Island resident for his vulgar outburst at an Oak Bluffs planning board meeting Thursday...
Open space conservation, winterized housing for employees and generous assistance from a community bank are all factors in an out-of-the-ordinary...
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is now offering second booster shots of the Covid-19 vaccine to anyone over the age of 50 and people with certain...
With a September deadline to meet state financing conditions for the regional high school building project, all six Island towns agreed Wednesday...
A massive plan to redevelop the Tisbury Marine Terminal on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven cleared another regulatory hurdle on Wednesday, when the town...
The North Tisbury bridge, West Tisbury’s narrow pass over the Mill Brook, could soon be widened. Planning board administrator Jane Rossi presented a...
A 30-foot pole that went up in Menemsha to house security cameras on the west dock has been taken down while the town re-evaluates the project,...
The board voted Monday to order the removal of surveillance cameras that were installed without permission on town property on Chappaquiddick.
Vineyard schools superintendent Dr. Matthew D’Andrea is a finalist for the superintendent’s job in the Wareham public schools.
Two topics dominated when the Martha’s Vineyard Farm Bureau recently hosted state representatives: housing and the possibility of building an animal...

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