Nearly 25 years after the M/V Martha’s Vineyard began her daily seven-mile passages between Woods Hole and the Vineyard, the Steamship Authority...
Against a bitter backdrop of union contract negotiations and charges of unfair labor practices, Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to separate the...
A decomposing North Atlantic right whale was found this week on Nashawena island northwest of Martha’s Vineyard, fisheries experts confirmed.
Edgartown selectmen voted Monday to add an article to the Nov. 14 special town meeting warrant involving raises for town workers.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has closed a public hearing on a large proposed expansion of the Edgartown Stop & Shop.
Island towns are beginning to grapple with implications of the recreational marijuana law enacted a year ago.
A superior court judge has denied a request for a preliminary injunction to block the Squibnocket causeway project.
Tisbury selectmen this week said they would pursue zoning regulations to keep gun stores and retail marijuana sales out of the downtown area.
Boat line governors voted Tuesday to limit the size of trucks on the 5:30 a.m. freight run to the Vineyard to less than 40 feet in the summer months.

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