The Edgartown Fourth of July parade and fireworks show are back after a two-year pause. The select board unanimously approved the annual rite of...
Two conflicting views on the broad powers of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission to regulate development were aired in the weeklong civil trial which...
Close to a hundred protesters gathered at the Five Corners Saturday expressing their disapproval of the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe...
The Steamship Authority is having trouble hiring enough port engineers to maintain its 10-vessel fleet, while other positions also lack candidates,...
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank’s purchase of 18 acres in West Tisbury this week effectively doubled the size of its Wompesket Preserve property. The...
State environmental officials said Wednesday that they now “strongly suspect” that avian influenza is responsible for the death of large numbers of...
How best to preserve the Island’s historic architecture was once again a topic before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last Thursday at a hearing on...
A superior court trial that is expected to test the broad powers of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission to control development on the Island got...
Energy-efficient designs that fit the Island’s architectural character are the focal point of the plan for the Meshacket Road affordable housing...
Open space and affordable housing are the hallmarks of the master plan Island Autism Group unveiled in front of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last...
The long-planned project to re-engineer the East Chop bluff got a major boost with an announcement by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that it...
Recent traffic backups on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven are due to come to an end Friday as paving and other construction work wraps up, Tisbury town...

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