A group of Nantucket residents filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Management and others, claiming federal officials did not...
Martha’s Vineyard public school students, faculty and staff will be required to wear masks when schools open in two weeks, following a state mandate...
Outdoor mask mandates, reduced parking at Menemsha and eliminating the VTA sunset bus run were all on the table for discussion Tuesday at a joint...
Controversy and confusion over the recent downsizing of a summer event in Waban Park prompted an outpouring of support for the antiracism advocacy...
Fears of a superspreader event have led to the postponement of Tisbury’s 350th anniversary celebration, which was scheduled for Sept. 19. Town...
Soaring costs for the Steamship Authority’s expansive Woods Hole terminal reconstruction have reached new heights.
Vineyard Covid-19 case counts have neared their highest levels since the pandemic began, with new clusters identified at businesses across the Island...
Voting rights, the historical nature of entrenched racism and the healing powers of the Vineyard were all topics when the Congresswoman took the...
Boards of health in four more Island towns voted unanimously this week to impose a mask mandate for indoor public spaces, and West Tisbury adopted a...
Open fields at Bliss Pond Farm in Chilmark will be permanently protected following a conservation purchase by the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank this...
West Tisbury employees, interns and volunteers have until Sept. 30 to show proof of full vaccination against Covid-19, officials ruled Wednesday at...
Joining four other Vineyard towns, the Chilmark board of health voted unanimously Wednesday to adopt an indoor mask mandate for all public spaces and...

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