A long-planned new firehouse and public safety building top the agenda when Chilmark voters convene for their annual town meeting Monday. The meeting...
Three hundred and fifty years after the town’s incorporation in 1671, Edgartown voters are set to convene for a historic outdoor town meeting...
In a reversal, Chilmark selectmen voted Tuesday to ease restrictions in Menemsha following Gov. Charlie Baker’s announcement that the state would...
Even as Martha’s Vineyard vaccination rates continue to climb, Island Covid-19 case rates refuse to relent, pushing hospital and public health...
A $4.5 million solar energy project at the Vineyard Transit Authority officially went online Friday, with a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the latest...
The state ethics commission has issued a show cause order alleging Aquinnah selectman Gary Haley violated conflict of interest laws during electrical...
An otherwise placid annual town meeting turned contentious Tuesday, as West Tisbury voters debated an article asking to transfer a parcel of land to...
After a slow 2020 season, advance booking numbers from the Steamship Authority are pointing to a gangbuster 2021 summer.
For the second year in a row, Edgartown selectmen voted unanimously to cancel the town’s trademark Fourth of July parade and fireworks, citing public...
In a pre-summer jolt, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Monday that he would fast-track the state reopening process by lifting all Covid-19 restrictions...
The Tisbury police chief said Monday that he will retire late this year, after three years on the job. In a letter to the select board, Mark Saloio...
A plan to convert a sprawling residential building on Upper Main street Edgartown into a 19-room inn quickly cleared a hearing at the Martha’s...

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