The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new case of Covid-19 on Thursday — the second case in three days on the Island after a weeklong case-free...
Tribal leaders of the Mashpee Wampanoag will join the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury for an online listening session at 2 p.m. on May 4.
Tisbury’s annual hydrant flushing begins Monday and is expected to last five days.
The town of Oak Bluffs is now requiring face coverings inside essential businesses, aboard buses and in cabs and rideshare vehicles.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation begins road and shoulder work on State Road and Beach Road in Tisbury.
Five of the six Vineyard towns have settled on April 27 as the date to phase in limited construction work, voting to extend strict building...
A federal judge has ruled that the government agency charged with protecting the near-extinct marine mammals violated the Endangered Species Act in...
The Menemsha waterfront traditionally begins to stir at this time of year. Fishermen mend their gear, sturdy work boats are back in the slips, ready...
Governor Baker has announced financial relief for small businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis.
A federal lawsuit brought by a former Chilmark police officer who cut off a several-year sexual relationship with the former police chief has been...
In a joint statement, four offshore wind leaseholders in waters south of the Vineyard announced they had agreed on a uniform turbine orientation and...
Three offshore wind developers, including Vineyard Wind, have submitted bids to build the state’s second offshore wind farm — even as the first one...

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