New benches and bike racks went up on the grounds of the Yellow House in Edgartown’s Thursday morning as new owners — the town of Edgartown —prepared...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will review a proposal by the Island Housing Trust to demolish a historic home in Vineyard Haven.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has approved what may become the Island’s first facility for growing, testing and packaging medical marijuana.
At a well-attended public hearing Tuesday, Falmouth residents urged Steamship Authority governors to eliminate freight service from Woods Hole prior...
Summer has officially arrived, but preparations for the season are still underway in Menemsha, and Chilmark selectmen did not hide their annoyance...
The Tisbury selectmen want to refurbish a garden at the town library that was planted in honor of Margaret Webster, an actor, producer and director...
Following a vote by the school building committee Monday night, Tisbury will pursue plans for an all-new three-story school on the current site. The...
With the impending retirement of longtime Edgartown fire chief Peter Shemeth, the town must begin the process of appointing a new leader for the fire...
With year-round rentals on the Island sparse, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission has begun exploring the possibility of purchasing staff housing.

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