Selectmen in West Tisbury Fret as Legal Bills Begin to Mount By RACHEL KOVAC West Tisbury needs more money to pay its legal bills, and this...

The trees are tall and the foliage is thick in these woods. Shards of sunbeams break through the canopy of oaks, scattering light on the dense...

Operating Losses Persist at Steamship Authority; Possible Fare Hikes Loom By James Kinsella Gazette Senior Writer Continuing operating losses...

Middle Line Project Moves Into Next Phase By JAMES KINSELLA After settling key questions about the Middle Line Road project at a special town...

Increasing tensions at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School between immigrant and non-immigrant students prompted administrators this week to...

The asking price on the house may top $1 million, but if there aren't enough nails on the deck joist hangers or felt paper under the roof shingles,...

Expert Finds Town Assessment Methods Fall Outside Norms, Skewing Land Values By IAN FEIN BOSTON - An expert land appraiser testified in a...

Shellfish Markets Report Slow Sales By James Kinsella Gazette Senior Writer The sale of local shellfish has sometimes slowed but hasn't...

Bakery Owner Retains Name Judge Rules in Humphreys Case, Handing a Victory to Mr. Diaz on Rights to Name, Recipes; Civil Trial Still Possible...

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