The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) is planning a complete overhaul of a congested section of an important Martha’s Vineyard transportation artery over the next several years. MassDOT plans to add sidewalks and bike lanes to a section of Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, from the Wind’s Up watersports shop to Five Corners. While any […]
The annual Edgartown Yacht Club race week regatta will feature buoy racing in Nantucket Sound, and the challenging ‘Round the Island race.
Matthew Tucci was arrested Tuesday after a drug task force investigation.
A lawyer for fired Martha’s Vineyard Airport employee Beth Tessmer filed a 45-page lawsuit alleging wrongful termination, slander, and discrimination.
Competitors fought a strong tidal current in Vineyard Sound, and the racing rules clock over the three-day regatta that attracted 59 boats.
Competitors Friday fought a strong tidal current in Vineyard Sound in the opening race of the three day regatta.
Edgartown police say they have been called to deal with drug use, underage drinking, and noise complaints from a regular Sunday afternoon beach party.
On June 26, Governor Deval Patrick signed into law a measure that increases the minimum wage to $11 an hour over the next three years. Massachusetts, which enacted the first minimum wage law in 1912, will now have the highest minimum wage in the nation. At the current minimum wage of $8 an hour, Massachusetts […]
Hurricane Arthur, the first named storm of the summer season, is moving quickly up the east coast, and is expected to bring heavy rain to Martha’s Vineyard beginning Friday evening, July 4th. The storm could dump 2 to 4 inches of rain on the region in 24 hours, producing flash flooding in some areas. The […]
I like the sound of the water and the wood,’ said Edward Miller of Chilmark. Mr. Miller, who owns a home at the head of the pond, went to great lengths to acquire his boat, Crow Dancer. ‘I bought a wreck of a 12-1/2,’ he said. ‘Only a nut, as my wife told me, would get a wooden boat.’