The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will attempt to reconstruct the timeline of the historic Vineyard Haven home that was demolished without prior...
Edgartown has a new police sergeant, with selectmen pinning the hard-earned stripes on detective Michael Snowden on Monday.
Nearly six months after releasing a report recommending changes at the Steamship Authority, the consulting team that performed last year’s...
The town of Oak Bluffs has reached agreement with Eversource that will allow work to continue on an energy storage facility in the town. The battery...
School and community leaders have convened a working group to reconsider how Island towns share costs at the regional high school. A meeting last...
The Wampanoag tribe has set mid-fall as a completion date for its bingo hall in Aquinnah, tribal chairwoman Cheryl Andrews-Maltais told a group of...
The Wampanoag tribe and the town of Aquinnah met in federal court on Friday, grappling over whether the tribe can begin construction on a class II...
Chuck Fisher, who served as deputy shellfish constable for five years, will succeed retiring constable David Grunden.
Edgartown building inspector Leonard Jason Jr. has issued a cease and desist order for renovations on the Harbor View Hotel’s Mayhew building.

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