Many towns have joined the artificial turf club in recent years, while sometimes fierce debates play out, as they have this year on the Vineyard.
Tobias Glidden, a fifth generation Nantucketer, is running for Cape and Islands state representative as an independent candidate. But if elected, he...
Dylan Fernandes defeated four challengers in the September Democratic primary, winning 1,337 votes from the Island. He calls the state representative...
Julian Cyr is a native of Truro who has been active in politics since high school.
Tony Schiavi is a longtime Harwich resident, retired from a 30-year career in the U.S. Air Force, where he achieved the rank of brigadier general.
A short warrant that goes relatively long on spending will come before West Tisbury voters at a special town meeting next week.
Oak Bluffs selectmen accepted an offer from a town businessman to give up his license to rent mopeds. And for the Island Theatre, time is running out.
The Tisbury board of health has approved ambitious new regulations aimed at curbing nitrogen entering the Lagoon and Tashmoo watersheds.
The tribe will again argue that it has the right to operate a gambling operation on Martha’s Vineyard, this time at a Dec. 6 hearing in federal...