Edgartown Planning Board Faces Dilemma on Size of Mansions By MANDY LOCKE The Edgartown planning board is torn. The fracture - slow yet...

Chilmark residents interested in owning a home may find the going a little easier since voters at a special town meeting Monday night approved a...

Let Good Times Roll for Grads in Class of 1960 By C.K. WOLFSON The cheerleaders are now grandmothers. And they're celebrating. It's a...

A federal mediator yesterday waded into the dispute between officials in Aquinnah and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) over the tribe's...

A fishing trip on Sengekontacket Pond turned tragic Monday when two men from Oak Bluffs drowned accidentally several hours after paddling a one-...

Against the backdrop of a heated race for Massachusetts governor and a slew of ballot initiatives on everything from bilingual education to income...

It doesn't happen often that students and school administrators find common ground so quickly, but a single question has united them for the time...

Night Fire in Edgartown Leaves Fourteen Brazilians Homeless By MANDY LOCKE Charred Portuguese prayer books, scalded refrigerators and a few box...

Martha's Vineyard Commission Rejects Golf Development Plan by Thin Margin By JULIA WELLS Torn down the middle for the third time in three years,...

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