Choosing a vessel with a capacity of 384 passengers instead of 512 will save $2 million.
Fire investigators have now determined the cause, and don’t believe it was suspicious in nature.
The Division of Marine Fisheries was asked to protect conch and not penalize the best commercial striped bass fishermen
The hospital ended the fiscal year in the black, but Windemere lost $670,000.
A Martha’s Vineyard police officer and a landscaper will be recognized for their quick lifesaving actions.
The gift of a Derby fishing hat touches a chord of friendship.
The 2013 hunting season helped state wildlife officials move toward deer density goals.
Aquinnah and the Wampanoag Tribe support the $2 million project, but Chilmark worries over shellfish and more boats.
No longer a man’s sport, hunting draws three Island women who describe their love of the lifestyle.
Strapped financially, the Vineyard Nursing Association turns to the large mainland homecare agency.