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What a difference a day makes. Following a day of rain, high winds and disruptions in ferry service, Thursday dawned calm and clear, the...

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Ferry service to and from Martha's Vineyard is on a trip by trip basis, the Steamship Authority announced at 4:15 pm, Wednesday. The National Weather...

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Oak Bluffs Fire Chief John Rose announced that East Chop Drive will be closed to vehicle traffic between Brewster Avenue and Monroe Avenue from...

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In yet another county-airport skirmish, Dukes County treasurer Noreen Mavro Flanders is not processing airport invoices, airport official claims.

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President Obama opened the door for many Island families to receive work permits, and legal protection against deportation.

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Cape Light Compact (CLC) announced new winter electric prices this week. Starting with December meter reads through July 2015, CLC’s prices will be 15.371...

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Four leases for 742,000 acres of sea south of Martha's Vineyard — an area roughly the size of Rhode Island — will be put...

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The head of the Cape Cod Commission told an overflow Island crowd that nitrogen is poisoning our groundwater and the solutions will not be inexpensive.

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The average monthly household bill is expected to rise by about $30.

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Gil Traverso, the new principal of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS), conducted his first budget public hearing on Monday night at the Performing...