A variety of staffing matters consumed nearly all of the West Tisbury selectmen’s time during their regular meeting Wednesday, held on Zoom.
Chilmark selectmen put the brakes on a preliminary plan to build a shared-use bike path on North Road, amid a sea of criticism from town residents...
On a historic day that saw unprecedented events in the nation’s capital, the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on Martha’s Vineyard, with Island...
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee this week certified a $23.5 million operating budget for the 2022 fiscal year, a 3.51...
Islanders can share local knowledge and learn more about the Storm Tide Pathways mapping project in a Zoom meeting Jan. 12.
A public comment period has opened on a slate of new proposed federal lobster and crab pot regulations as a last-ditch regulatory campaign to save...
A fourth Steamship Authority employee in almost as many days has tested positive for Covid-19, according to a press release Monday.
In a surprise change of guard, the Edgartown selectmen unanimously appointed Island builder Ted Rosbeck to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Monday.
In the first report of the new year, the Island boards of health reported 28 new confirmed coronavirus cases Monday, as well as three new probable...
Oak Bluffs police are investigating the unauthorized removal of a 35-foot-tall catalpa tree on the corner of Grove and Ocean avenues in Ocean Park.
After months of planning and debate, comprehensive coronavirus testing is due to begin this week in Martha’s Vineyard public schools.
Three administrative employees at the Windemere nursing home have tested positive for Covid-19, hospital officials said Wednesday, as the hospital...

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