Polls will be open across the Island for an unusual June election today. Republican Gabriel E. Gomez of Cohasset and U.S. Cong. Edward J. Markey of...
Dr. Donald M. Berwick, a Chilmark summer resident and former Obama administration official, announced Monday that he will run for governor in 2014....
Martha’s Vineyard Head Start will lose two slots in its home-based preschool program because of the federal budget cuts known as sequestration.
The Tisbury town hall was briefly evacuated Friday afternoon after officials received a suspicious letter that police described as "ranting" but not...
The General Services Administration, a federal entity that handles real estate transactions for the government, plans to list the Gay Head Light as...
As efforts to revive the New England groundfishery grow increasingly contentious, the state attorney general Thursday filed a lawsuit challenging new...
Money to help pay for replacing courthouse windows and two bylaws relating to the new medical marijuana law top a special town meeting warrant in...
Plans for a large addition to a church off the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road in Oak Bluffs have spurred concerns from neighbors for the second time...
An event planned for an early June weekend at a longstanding commercial venue adjacent to the private Harthaven enclave in Oak Bluffs has sparked...
Turnout was light at the Aquinnah polls on Wednesday for the annual town election. Of the 369 registered voters, a total of 65 voters, or 17 per cent...
Aquinnah voters wrapped up the annual town meeting season on Tuesday night, approving nearly all 30 warrant articles but stopping short at the final...
Voters in Aquinnah gather tonight for their annual town meeting, marking the end of the annual town meeting season on the Vineyard.

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