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...
Residents whose property abuts Pennywise Preserve asked the Edgartown selectmen this week to put up a new streetlight and close a dirt road.
The Tisbury zoning board of appeals has cleared the way for 20 affordable apartments to be built on State Road in Vineyard Haven.
Chilmark and West Tisbury are both targeting the Up-Island regional school district agreement as a means for soothing tensions over costs.
An ambitious plan to replace the old hardware building in Oak Bluffs with a three-story structure is nearly ready for a vote by the Martha’s Vineyard...
Neal Maciel is a third-generation Islander who retired from a 35-year career in law enforcement in 2010.

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