Aside from some last minute campaigning and bustling activity at town clerks’ offices, the Island was largely quiet Monday as the clock wound down on...
On the heels of the recent report by the Rural Scholars about addiction on Martha’s Vineyard, the Chilmark selectmen held a wide-ranging discussion...
The Oak Bluffs selectmen intend to appoint a committee to oversee a project to build a new town hall, following a turbulent year working with the...
floating workshop in Vineyard Haven Harbor
Tisbury selectmen have officially adopted a moratorium on new non-traditional floating vessels in town waters.
Vineyard voters will join their counterparts across the country at the polls Tuesday in a presidential election year expected to go down in history...
Only Aquinnah and Chilmark still count ballots by hand, using wooden boxes that have stood the test of time. But similar boxes lie hidden in offices...
A blue mussel farm in the waters off Chilmark will soon double as a two-year kelp-growing experiment. The project aims to demonstrate the benefit of...
Robert Zeltzer of Chilmark said the commission should take a greater role in providing Island-wide services.
Gretchen Underwood, a retired administrator from Oak Bluffs, said the commission should make fiscally responsible decisions that benefit all...

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