Martha’s Vineyard’s homeless shelter program is at risk for staying shuttered this winter due to the complications of the pandemic, posing new...
After two brush fires scorched acres of land in Oak Bluffs and West Tisbury this week, state and local fire officials are on particularly high alert.
Oak Bluffs town employees are gearing up for a move into temporary work trailers as the long-awaited town hall renovation project is set to begin...
When deer hunting season on Martha’s Vineyard begins Oct. 5, so will the venison donation program. Coordinated by Island Grown Initiative, the...
The up-Island school committee heard updates early this week on plans for alternative learning spaces at the Chilmark and West Tisbury schools.
Oak Bluffs selectmen set Saturday, Nov. 14 as a date for a special town meeting this week.
With Covid-19 case numbers staying low throughout the commonwealth, Gov. Charlie Baker said restaurants could seat up to 10 people at a table, use...
Early fall traffic on Steamship Authority ferries has been robust this year, with Labor Day weekend bringing an end-of-summer spike in travelers,...
Edgartown selectmen approved dates for the 2020 scallop season Monday.
Blustery winds, high waves and strong surf have already closed beaches and prompted weather advisories as the Vineyard prepares for the western...
Diversity training for Martha’s Vineyard police is on deck for later this fall, as a joint project with Island police chiefs and the Martha’s...
The nonprofit Island Housing Trust cut the ribbon Thursday on its latest project: seven affordable apartments at the Perlman House, a 100-year-old...

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