Regina Weichert has come to dread the part of the day that brings her to the Edgartown post office, and as she emerged from the facility yesterday...

Court Ousts Trash Company in Oak Bluffs Neighborhood By ALEXIS TONTI More than three years after a superior court judge ruled on the issue,...

Sixty-year-old Kenny Metell of Edgartown has never caught a winning fish in all his years as a participant in the Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and...

A recreational fisherman died yesterday in the water around Quick's Hole after his power boat caught fire and sank.The name of the victim had not...

The Vineyarders are off and running. And running. And running some more. Featuring an unrelenting rushing attack and with several key...

As Political Season Opens, Well-Funded Campaign Targets State Senate Seat By CHRIS BURRELL Yard signs are starting to sprout on Island lawns,...

Judge Finds No Pollution Threat at Plant By ALEXIS TONTI Marking one more win for the town of Edgartown in a long running legal battle, a...

Guiding Lights: New Principals Are on the Job at Two Schools By CHRIS BURRELL It's the day before school starts, and these two new principals...

Wampanoag Sovereignty Arguments Are Heard at State Supreme Court By JULIA WELLS Attorneys on both sides of the sovereign immunity dispute in...

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