The two-year pandemic has hampered learning for the Island’s youngest school children, according to West Tisbury student data recently presented to...
Chilmark voters will meet Saturday to take up the question of whether to approve another $1.2 million to advance the construction of a new firehouse...
The Chilmark library’s Covid-19 policies are posing obstacles for children who have no school library of their own, principal Susan Stevens told the...
The League of Women Voters and MVTV will host a forum on Zoom next month for three Chilmark candidates running for finance advisory committee.
Oak Bluffs harbor master Todd Alexander will retire after 29 years on the job, it was announced at the town select board meeting Tuesday. The...
Commercial bay scalloping and oyster seasons will be extended in Edgartown following a vote by the town select board Monday. Both will run until May...
The ferry Woods Hole was sidelined Saturday after the Steamship Authority discovered a leak in the vessel’s coolant system last week, spokesman Sean...
As the Martha’s Vineyard business community begins to climb back on its feet, including the multi-million-dollar wedding industry, Big Sky Tents is...
The Oak Bluffs zoning board of appeals settled a dispute over the use of land owned by Goodale Construction Company Thursday night
State Rep. Dylan Fernandes faced a barrage of criticism from county officials last week for poor communication.
West Tisbury’s new poet laureate is Tain Leonard-Peck, whose appointment was confirmed by the select board Wednesday afternoon.
The pivotal question of whether to create a Martha’s Vineyard housing bank is on the table as annual town meetings and elections draw near.

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