With less than two weeks until he picks up the gavel to chair his first Steamship Authority meeting on March 17, James Malkin is getting to know the...
An ambitious plan to overhaul the athletic fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School hit a bump in the road this week.
Sgt. Scott Opie, the new part-time environmental police officer on the Island, was introduced at the Rod and Gun Club on Wednesday.
With a new emergency services headquarters on the horizon, selectmen have allowed the ambulance service to settle an old debt with the town.
James Malkin was named to represent Martha’s Vineyard on the Steamship Authority board of governors, following a unanimous vote by the Dukes County...
The Chappy Ferry steering committee is finding some direction, after Edgartown selectmen discussed the next steps for addressing resident concerns.
The Tisbury Fire Department will buy a washer-extractor for contaminated turnout gear.
Tisbury selectmen still have the option to place a student-written plastic bottle ban on the upcoming annual town meeting warrant.
Tisbury’s March 5 vision forum on the upcoming town meeting warrant has changed locations to the Senior Center.

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