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Midnight gunfire ends in New Year’s Eve arrest

Oak Bluffs Police arrest man on multiple charges and seize cache of weapons.

Opiate addiction on Martha’s Vineyard hits home

Recovering addicts talk about overcoming addiction with the help of a controversial drug.

The Times follows FedEx delivery man on one of his busiest days

As the holidays approach, John Mulvrey, delivery driver and owner of the Federal Express Ground operation on the Island, works 15 hour days to meet the demand fueled by internet shopping during the holiday season

Coast Guard honors Peter Martell

After 38 years, the Oak Bluffs Emergency Management director will retire at year's end.

Expert panel presents ideas to recharge Circuit Avenue

State officials, businessmen, and top-tier town officials discuss downtown turnaround for Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs will grapple with home business permits next year

Selectmen acknowledge the long simmering issue needs to be addressed in 2014.

The conch conundrum

Martha's Vineyard scientist does pioneering work to preserve the Island's least known commercial fishery.

Home improvement is at hand for Island homeowners

The Resource Inc. makes major home repairs possible for cash strapped Vineyard residents.

Injunction to halt funding for Oak Bluffs church repair denied

Taxpayer group loses first round over use of public funds to repair church windows.

Cape Light Compact reaches out to Oak Bluffs residents

Advocacy group offers free energy audits and up to $4,000 for improvements.

Falmouth SSA member Robert Marshall resigns

Rancorous meeting with Woods Hole residents prompts resignation.

Developer shares his vision for new bowling alley in Oak Bluffs

Sam Dunn has designs on a family friendly, year-round, entertainment center.

Oak Bluffs voters approve medical marijuana district

All capital expenditures were approved in the wake of better than expected financial report.

Andrew Bradshaw admits guilt in child molestation charges

The plea agreement to charges in a multiple count indictment was made with the understanding that he faces possible charges in two other states.

Coming home – Vineyard combat veterans share their stories

Three soldiers from three different wars share their experience of war, and their eventual homecoming to the Island.

Oak Bluffs voters will consider marijuana district

Special town meeting tonight, 7 pm, at the Oak Bluffs School.

Auditors cautiously optimistic for Oak Bluffs finances, fire department

The town has righted the ship, but must maintain discipline moving forward.

Lure entrepreneur grows business to meet growing international demand

Peter Johnson's Roberts Lures are an increasingly hot commodity for fishermen all over the world.

Composting: because waste is a terrible thing to waste

The latest technology for turning waste into pay dirt gains ground on the Vineyard

Oak Bluffs selectmen seek funding for downtown improvements

Federal money administered by the state may get the ball rolling on a Circuit Avenue rebound.