The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has adopted a $1.48 million annual budget, marking an increase of about $53,450 over last year.
Seventeen years ago, in the midst of a market upturn, housing concerns for year-rounders reached a new height.
The sale of hard liquor in Vineyard Haven restaurants moved a step closer to reality this month, with Gov. Charlie Baker signing special legislation...
From Washington, D.C., to Falmouth to Five Corners in Vineyard Haven, Islanders are planning to march on Saturday as part of a national protest.
The state Department of Housing and Community Development has presented an alternative to plans that would have stemmed a key source of funding for...
Following heated discussion, Edgartown selectmen sent the Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative back to the drawing board over a $100,000 budget...
Amid growing concern about Lyme disease, selectmen in Edgartown, Aquinnah and West Tisbury this week agreed to join the call for adding another two-...
Immigrants on Martha’s Vineyard will not be targeted for deportation by local law enforcement agencies. That was one theme that emerged during a...
West Tisbury selectmen voted this week to suspend a taxi driver’s permit for two weeks, following a complaint of an incident over the summer.

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