Three hours after renting a moped in Oak Bluffs Saturday morning, 30-year-old Katherine D. Miller tried to round a right curve on Beach Road near...

Officials Probe Fireworks Fire By MANDY LOCKE Investigations continue as state and local fire officials pursue the exact cause of the fire and...

Despite winning unanimous approval from the Martha's Vineyard Commission this spring, a plan to build a youth tennis center near the blinker light...

By 4:30 p.m. Sunday, the cars that usually line Main street and Union street in Vineyard Haven were gone. One hundred and twenty-five booths lined...

SSA Traffic Slips By JULIA WELLS Early summer passenger traffic on the Steamship Authority's newly acquired New Bedford ferry Schamonchi is down...

On Night Patrol in Edgartown By MANDY LOCKE It's 10 o'clock on Friday night in Edgartown. Kids with ice cream cones and fathers with strollers...

Transportation Chairman Speaks By JULIA WELLS This will not be a rush job. That was the word yesterday from Rep. Joseph C. Sullivan about...

It's one thing to hire cashiers, clerks and ice cream scoopers, train them and trust them for a summer's worth of work. But try hiring 42 summer cops...

Scientists cast a wide net this week in the search for clues to why a rare disease called tularemia has a foothold on the Vineyard. They drew blood...

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