Health care, immigration, universal preschool and the Pilgrim nuclear power plant were all topics for discussion Sunday when an overflow crowd turned...
A series of recently-completed housing plans show a year-round population straining under the weight of rents and mortgages amid prohibitive building...
On Sunday, Feb. 5, We Stand Together will host newly elected state Sen. Julian Cyr and Rep. Dylan Fernandes in a “conversation on policy” at the...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously Thursday to review the replacement of a Spanish tile roof on the historic Stone Bank in Vineyard...
The Seaport Economic Council this week awarded $680,000 to the town of Tisbury for a long-planned overhaul of the Lake Tashmoo landing ramp. It was...
Edgartown took another step toward possible ownership of the Yellow House, with the community preservation committee voting to recommend spending $1....
The emergency food and shelter program of FEMA has made $2,700 available for nonprofit agencies providing food and shelter to residents of Dukes...
Chris Bruno, formerly an assistant superintendent with The Trustees of Reservations, took the helm as superintendent of the Manuel F. Correllus State...
Legal notices published in the Vineyard Gazette now appear on a statewide legal notice website as well as on vineyardgazette.com.

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