Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, chairman of the Wampanoag tribe, was selected to be a panelist at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
The quiet demise of the tuna industry was in evidence last week when the 278-metric ton seasonal quota was reached early. Market prices were reported...
A team of munitions surveyors from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has confirmed the discovery of a World War II-vintage Helldiver buried off...
The state of public bathrooms, the public beach, loitering and noise from the bowling alley were all aired at the annual summer taxpayer meeting.
Tisbury selectmen heard from both town officials and members of the public on draft regulations for a potential aquaculture industry.
The inaugural Beach Road Weekend summer music festival was a safe and successful event, town and public safety officials said.
Air traffic was up and detected levels of PFAS were down in and around the Martha’s Vineyard Airport in July.
A 2020 construction start date for the first phase of Vineyard Wind’s project is in jeopardy after a federal agency said it would indefinitely delay...
Construction on Vineyard Wind, a massive plan to build 84 wind turbines 14 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard, is slated to begin by Jan. 1, but...

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