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To the Editor: I am writing to renew my call to support local journalism through the simplest and most direct way — the annual subscription.... [Read More]
The following trips on SATURDAY 01/16/2021 have been canceled due to Weather conditions. M/V KATAMA 11:05AM Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven M/V KATAMA 12:20PM Vineyard... [Read More]
Two Steamship Authority crew members have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, one on MV Martha's Vineyard and one on the MV Nantucket. Neither employee's... [Read More]
There were 18 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Friday — eight from Martha's Vineyard Hospital, seven from TestMV, two from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay... [Read More]
Reflecting national trends, the Martha's Vineyard Airport saw a 69 percent decline for in-plane passengers in 2020, but federal funding and fiscal management is keeping... [Read More]
The Tisbury sewer advisory board has recommended John Best as the board's appointee to the town's five-member water resource committee, a board that will help... [Read More]
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has entered into its public hearing period for phase one of the proposed athletic campus project at the Martha's Vineyard... [Read More]
As with almost everything else, scammers have found a way to give people false hope when it comes to vaccinations. In a press release issued... [Read More]
  The Martha's Vineyard Ice Arena hosted an honest to goodness, Cape and Islands League boys hockey game between Martha's Vineyard Regional High School and... [Read More]
To the Editor: From the point of view of student and community health, environmental health, financial impacts, and basic equity, the artificial turf project at... [Read More]
There were eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Thursday — three from Martha's Vineyard Hospital, two from TestMV, and three from other healthcare providers. The... [Read More]
Don DePriest passed away January 9, 2021 at Saint Anne's Hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts. He was 74 years old. Don battled cancer for three... [Read More]
In another step for vaccine distribution, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Wednesday that Massachusetts will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to those in congregate care settings, prisons,... [Read More]
For the first time, Tisbury taxpayers are getting a sense of how much a Tisbury School renovation and addition project will cost them. At a... [Read More]
Harbor Homes of Martha's Vineyard is officially taking the helm for homelessness prevention and remediation on-Island after becoming the umbrella organization for such services during... [Read More]
There are 250 out of 275 Island first responders set to get the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Friday and Island chiefs are... [Read More]
For reasons that weren't described in court, Zachary Dupon has switched to a new attorney. Dupon, the 25-year-old Oak Bluffs man charged with motor vehicle... [Read More]
Going back to Puritan New England, Americans have considered themselves the rightful beneficiaries of God's grace. We entered into a contract with God — we... [Read More]
To the Editor: On Wednesday, Jan. 6, Vineyard activists woke up to the welcome news that Rev. Raphael Warnock had won his special election and... [Read More]
The Baker-Polito administration recently awarded $50,000 to the town of West Tisbury for The Trustees of Reservations to conduct savanna and scrub oak-heath shrubland restoration... [Read More]
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