A faded yellow building that once housed the Oak Bluffs laundromat may become the future site of a bowling alley. Reid (Sam) Dunn, the architect who...
The Vineyard Gazette has received a Publick Occurrences award from the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) for its coverage of the...
An Oak Bluffs business owner’s months-long battle with the town to generate income on his property may be nearing resolution. At meetings spanning...
Vineyard Open House real estate celebrated a grand opening on Sept. 25 and Oct. 2. The new real estate firm is owned by David Lott and is located in...
Hope HouseCalls, a division of the Hope Health hospice and palliative care, has expanded its service area to include Dukes County.
Scott Dawley has done it all: electrical work, sheet rocking, carpentry, flooring, diving for coins. “I’ve been in the trades ever since I was knee-...
Pasted in the corner window of the door that leads into Lamplighter Corner is a sign that reads: “You need a lamp, Billy got a lamp.” It was written...
Owners of two up-Island restaurants said they were complying with state regulations following a bad water test that led to their closure late last...
Questions of size and character dominated discussion at a Martha’s Vineyard Commission public hearing Thursday night, the third such session the...

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