A sole applicant is in the running in Edgartown’s second search for someone to lease and renovate the Yellow House.
The change to a new automated parking system at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport is off to a rough start, and airport commissioners are unhappy about it...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission bought an Oak Bluffs property last week that will be the new home for its executive director Adam Turner.
The 13th annual Vineyard Cup regatta is in the books with light winds but a heavy warm front of fun sweeping over three days of racing on Nantucket...
With handshakes and a few selfies, Gov. Charlie Baker joined Tisbury selectmen for the formal opening of the Lake Street landing.
Maps prepared by cartographer Chris Seidel document the spread of deer ticks, dog ticks and lone star ticks.
Property owners along Beach Road have dug in their heels to oppose an improvement plan for the roadway.
A Vineyard Transit Authority bus driver has been fired after he refused to pick up a passenger who is black, the VTA said.
About 20 members of the International Association of Fire Fighters came before Oak Bluffs selectmen following a day of informational picketing.

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