Nearly 1,700 out-of-state visitors to the Vineyard have filled out Massachusetts travel forms since they became required on August 1, newly-available...
Chilmark selectmen discussed potentially regulating political signs on town property.
With six months of 2020 travel data on the books, the Steamship Authority is still forecasting a $20 to $25 million deficit for the year.
After five new Covid-19 cases were reported last week, Island boards of health have reported no new coronavirus cases over the weekend, Monday or on...
The Edgartown conservation commission formally terminated its lease this week with The Trustees of Reservations at the historic Katama Farm.
On the eve of the vote on the school reopening plan last week, working parents — many of whom are scrambling to figure out their own family work-...
The Island’s first recreational pot shop received approval from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night, on condition that customers arrive...
Two down-Island town planning boards have come out strongly against a series of proposed changes to the MVC checklist.
After weeks of delays, rollbacks and revisions, all four Martha’s Vineyard school committees voted to approve a cautious reopening plan on Thursday.
The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with events including three public...
In one of the hottest, driest summers in recent memory, critical drought conditions were declared late Thursday for all seven regions in the state,...
In a surprise shakeup of leadership at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, the airport commission on Thursday accepted the resignation of airport director...

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