The town of Aquinnah and Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) were back in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit Monday morning.
Passenger traffic at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport was in freefall this summer, a report to airport commissioners from newly-appointed director...
As wildfires rage across the West Coast, members of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission expressed grave concern about the status of the Manuel F....
More than a year after a U.S. District Court ruling halted construction on a proposed Wampanoag bingo hall in Aquinnah, the town and tribe will face...
West Tisbury selectmen postponed for one more week a decision on whether to allow the outdoor farmers’ market to extend its season into late October.
Steamship Authority officials are breathing a sigh of relief after announcing on Wednesday that 38 contact-traced employees have tested negative for...
The Oak Bluffs selectmen this week tapped their police chief and the recently retired Tisbury fire chief to help lead the next phase for the town...
The Tisbury board of health meets Thursday to continue a discussion on whether to recommend that the town allow sports groups to rent Veterans...
Island boards of health reported two new coronavirus cases over Labor Day weekend — breaking a weeklong caseless streak and marking the first new...
The United States Navy is set to open a public comment period on its proposed remedial action plan for Noman’s island— a 600-acre dot off the coast...
After two weeks of closed-door negotiations, the all-Island school committee voted Thursday to approve a memorandum of agreement with the Martha’s...
A person who went crabbing in Chilmark Pond was sickened by what appears to be a neurotoxin from blue/green algae blooms in the water, according to...

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