The Steamship Authority (SSA) members have approved a set of rate policy guidelines, plus some rate reductions, in special instances that included reduced rates for Island residents who must travel frequently to the mainland for treatment of serious medical conditions.
The Steamship Authority officially opened the new Oak Bluffs terminal yesterday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Two people were transported to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Wednesday afternoon, after a two-car accident at the State Road and Old County Road fork.
Tisbury Water Works (TWW) announced a new rate structure for water service, effective in July.
A group of about 30 Island residents and health care professionals identified mental illness, substance abuse, elderly health care and tick-borne diseases as the most pressing concerns for the Island population, at a public forum designed to identify community health care issues, Tuesday night at the Howes House in West Tisbury.
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Members of Tisbury’s Tashmoo Management (TMC) and Harbor Management (HMC) committees met Tuesday and prepared a set of draft regulations that would allow a commercial fuel dealer to fuel commercial vessels at the Lake Street dock at Tashmoo.
As a difficult school year — one marked by significant financial challenges and sputtering negotiations with five union bargaining units representing school employees — comes to an end, superintendent of schools James Weiss recently received an encouraging pat on the back.
Lighting repairs will be done on the Bourne Bridge on Tuesday, May 25, from 8:30 am to 3 pm, according to officials from the U.
West Tisbury police are investigating the theft of cash from Heather Gardens Nursery on State Road in West Tisbury, sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.