The Steamship Authority’s Oak Bluffs ticket office has been closed to the public due to staffing issues related to Covid, the boat line announced...
The Vineyard Gazette Media Group has announced publication of the 2022 Martha’s Vineyard Island Guide, a fully updated resource for Island visitors.
Martha’s Vineyard towns are issuing indoor mask advisories as a public health precaution, as Covid cases spike upwards again due to the highly...
The ferry Nantucket was back in service Friday morning after a week of mechanical breakdowns and shuffling on the Vineyard route.
Martha’s Vineyard is currently classified as high risk for Covid-19, with case counts on the rise and one person hospitalized with the virus as of...
The Martha’s Vineyard airport commission voted last week to adopt a roughly $12 million operating budget for the coming year.
The future of food trucks remains up for debate, with a joint meeting of the select board and planning board scheduled to discuss the matter May 18.
The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market will continue at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society on Panhandle Road, following a unanimous vote by the...
The Covid-19 risk level was elevated from low to medium on Martha’s Vineyard this week amid a steady rise in cases.
The commission vote was unanimous to deny a request to reduce the number of workforce housing units in the downtown building. The critical need for...
On May 14 a new Island-based initiative will launch with the goal of reducing trash generated by takeout food containers.
A key subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted 7-0 with one abstention Monday night to recommend that the full commission deny a plan...

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