They were born and raised on the Vineyard, owned their own homes and had full-time jobs here. Then one day a couple years ago, Sharon Amaral and...

Town Attorney Grills Landowner as Tax Hearing Grows Longer By IAN FEIN During a tense two and a half days of cross-examination, West Tisbury...

The United States Coast Guard has ordered the Steamship Authority and Hy-Line Cruises to increase security measures on their ferries following the...

When it comes to telephone service, Cuttyhunk may be going cutting edge. As part of a plan to upgrade service on the island, part of the town of...

Vineyard House Plan Wins Approval Amid Praise for Community Benefits By IAN FEIN The Martha's Vineyard Commission last week unanimously and...

Tisbury Street Fair Draws Throngs for a Rain Check By BRIEN HEFLER Put off a day due to the torrential rain, the town of Vineyard Haven staged...

The Vineyard's first tularemia case of the year, a 50-year-old male landscaper, may have contracted the potentially fatal disease after handling a...

Wampanoag Tribe Drops Appeal in Federal Court; State High Ruling Prevails By James Kinsella Gazette Senior Writer The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay...

Pond Stays Closed for Further Study State Environmental Affairs Secretary Rejects Land Bank Management Plan at Lambert's Cove Road Kettle Pond...

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