The Martha’s Vineyard Commission opted to continue the public hearing a controversial expansion project at the Harbor View Hotel, asking the hotel to...
The state attorney general’s office has ruled that the Edgartown conservation commission violated the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law.
Covid-19 vaccine doses are in good supply on the Vineyard right now, after a dip in availability that sent many Islanders to the mainland for their...
The Edgartown board of health this week voted to fine and temporarily suspend the license of Maciel & Sons Septic Service.
Overrides, park and rides and expanded warrant size: an altered town meeting season has arrived again on the Vineyard, with delayed capital projects...
West Tisbury selectmen will delay their vote on a new town fire chief for another week, after members of the fire department asked to weigh in on the...
Oak Bluffs selectmen agreed this week to allow the U.S. Coast Guard to continue with lead testing on town property adjacent to the East Chop Light.
The Tisbury select board adopted a formal agreement with the Martha’s Vineyard Museum this week to allow for fundraising and other events on the...
A 31-foot sailing vessel was pulled from the beach at Menemsha and refloated Thursday morning after it had run aground four days earlier.
An Oak Bluffs man was indicted and arraigned on child pornography charges this week in the spring sitting of Dukes County superior court. A Plymouth...
Health agents reported 61 new cases of Covid-19 during the past week and nine cases on Sunday, marking a slight decline as the floodgates opened on...
By the year 2070, salt marshes on Martha’s Vineyard are expected to decrease by nearly 200 acres as sea levels rise, forcing shorelines and...

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