Developers of the 25-lot, 33-acre project in Oak Bluffs were asked to return with more detailed nitrogen mitigation and affordable housing plans.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission discussed size, temporary parking and scenic value and refused to waive its permitting fee for the nonprofit.
The 14-year-old Martha’s Vineyard All-Stars competed against teams from across the country within miles of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A fading Island program on its last out hit a home run thanks to the free Vineyard Dynamite Softball Clinic.
Over the course of Saturday morning, more than 50 men and several women stood along the seawall that flanks Vineyard Haven harbor on Beach Road in a highly visible public statement against domestic violence. The demonstration was organized by CONNECT to End Violence, a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS). “It is by standing […]
The last heath hen on Earth, nicknamed “Booming Ben” by conservationists struggling to save the species, died on Martha’s Vineyard in 1932. He roamed the State Forest, established as a heath hen preserve, for years before he disappeared forever. Revive & Restore, an offshoot of the San Francisco-based Long Now Foundation that proposes to use […]
The Steamship Authority (SSA) met Tuesday morning in Vineyard Haven and voted on a name for its new $43 million passenger/vehicle ferry, approved 2015 winter and spring operating schedules, and promised new changes down the line that will include improved passenger WiFi and electronic passenger ticketing. The SSA had narrowed the name choices for its […]
We first heard about it when a friend of ours said, ‘I hear the Obamas are staying on your road this summer,’ a few weeks ago.
Electric bicycles with a pedal-assist function are now available to rent on Island, raising new enforcement questions.
More than 20 Island teams competed in the 12th annual 3 on 3 basketball tournament.