As public pressure grows in the wake of Steamship Authority cancellations, breakdowns and reservation woes, the Dukes County commission invited Jim...
To define how West Tisbury responds to increased calls for commercial use, the select board appointed a zoning change advisory committee with a...
As the pandemic, housing insecurity and the high cost of living have intensified the need for mental health care on Martha's Vineyard, a growing...
Capping a months-long hearing process on Sept. 8, the State Ethics Commission heard closing arguments in the matter of Aquinnah selectman Gary Haley...
The race for county commission is now a little less up for grabs following the Sept. 6 state primary that saw six candidates — three incumbents who...
The Tisbury finance and advisory committee has voted 7-1 to recommend borrowing nearly $26 million in additional funds for the Tisbury school...
The project will include raising the ferry’s ramp six inches and conducting engineering assessments of the Chappy Point parking lot, the Chappy Ferry...
The next step for the ongoing Menemsha commercial dock replacement will be a special town meeting on Monday, Sept. 26, aiming to appropriate $44,000...
Sheriff Robert Ogden has won the Democratic nomination for a second six-year term, defeating former Oak Bluffs police chief Erik Blake in unofficial...
The next assistant superintendent of Martha’s Vineyard public schools could be a retired educator or other Island resident, according to the man who...
On a rainy primary election day, voters were turning out in a steady trickle across the Island to select candidates for governor, lieutenant governor...
Tisbury voters are getting something extra in their ballots for the midterm election in November: a yes/no question on whether restaurants with...

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