West Tisbury selectmen heard from five finalists in the running for town animal control officer at their meeting last Wednesday.
A state-ordered shellfish closure due to toxic algae blooms was extended to Martha’s Vineyard late Sunday. All Island ponds and harbors are closed to...
For the first time this year, voters on Martha’s Vineyard and across the state can choose to cast their ballots up to two weeks prior to election day...
For the first time this year, voters on Martha’s Vineyard and across the state can choose to cast their ballots up to two weeks prior to election day...
Replacement of the distinctive tile roof on the old stone bank building in Vineyard Haven is causing concern among residents and town selectmen, who...
The Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group hopes to bring a nascent kelp-growing project to Chilmark this winter, with support from the town selectmen and...
Five months after terminating its contract with J-Way Southern Inc., the Army Corps plans to work with the company again to finish dredging the...
Edgartown selectmen accepted the quarterly report of animal control officer Barbara Prada at a brief meeting Monday.
The Edgartown planning board is set to discuss this week a long-delayed building project at Wave Lengths salon on Upper Main street. On July 29 the...

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