Florida company buys two Martha’s Vineyard marinas

Updated 5:30 pm, Wednesday George and Sheryl Rogers of Tisbury, owners of Edgartown Marine and Vineyard Island Marina, confirmed Tuesday the sale of both marinas...

Oak Bluffs Firefighter’s bowling tournament was a ball

The Oak Bluffs Firemen’s Civic Association Bowling Tournament attracted more than a hundred bowlers, and legions of their fans, to the Barn, Bowl and...

Martha’s Vineyard court report: May 12- 20

May 12, 2016 Leila Gardner, West Tisbury; DOB 9/24/96, littering trash from motor vehicle, possession of liquor by person under 21, possession of class D...

Bystanders rescue man in wheelchair who tumbled off dock

An outing on a pleasant Saturday morning might have ended tragically for Peter Fisher but for quick action by bystanders and emergency responders, who...

Oak Bluffs man flips SUV fleeing from Edgartown police

Early Saturday morning just after 2 am, Edgartown Police K9 Officer Jeffery Trudel attempted to stop an SUV on West Tisbury Road driven by...

Land Court judge rules Chappy AT&T antenna can stay

A lawsuit Chappaquiddick resident Robert Strayton filed to force the removal of a temporary wireless antenna AT&T erected on Sampson Avenue did not get...

Oak Bluffs North Bluff seawall nears completion

Tuesday morning at the North Bluff seawall in Oak Bluffs, an excavator operator was deftly fitting boulders atop each other, interlocking them with the...

MVRHS committee approves synthetic turf for athletic field

Phase one of a multiphase project to completely revamp the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) athletic complex will include a new synthetic turf...

Tisbury will hike trash fees, charge for recycling

Tisbury selectmen Tuesday night approved a new three-year contract with Bruno’s Rolloff Inc. to provide townwide curbside collection services, as they have for the...

Up-Island Regional School District will stay in school choice program

With a state-set deadline of June 1 just weeks away, Up-Island Regional School District committee members Monday night voted 4-1 to continue to participate...