Citing Coast Guard Bottleneck, SSA Extends Service Cuts

Two Steamship Authority ferries, the M/V Governor and M/V Iyanough, will continue to run on shortened schedules as the summer season begins, general manager Robert Davis said this week.

Trustees of Reservations Names New CEO

The Trustees of Reservations chose Katie Theoharides as the nonprofit's new president and CEO. She replaces John Judge, who stepped down in October after eight months on the job.

Please Adopt Us

We have no adoptions to report, but we do have a dog that really needs a good home.

Record of Cases Heard in District Court

The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

Land Bank Revenues

The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $250,778.38 for the business week ending on Friday, June 2, 2023.

Recent Real Estate Transactions: Week Ending June 2

Moji Capital LLC purchased 2 Lexington avenue in Edgartown from Gail P. Gardner Trs. and Gardner Family Trust for $1,550,000 on May 31.

Purchasing Town Beach Passes

With summertime beach season starting, sales of beach passes for the up-Island towns have begun.

Oak Bluffs Democratic Caucus Holds Elections

Democrats in Oak Bluffs will convene virtually on Thursday, June 15 at 6:30 p.m.

Town Eyes Upgrades to Aquinnah Circle

Aquinnah is considering work to improve the restrooms and water line at Aquinnah Circle, as well as the town hall parking lot.

Expanding Caregiver Support

Martha's Vineyard Center for Living (MVCL) has received a two-year pilot grant for a robust in-home respite service.