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Selectmen said they want the handicap access issue resolved before a new tenant moves in.
More than 200 people have joined Esther Laiacona's MV Women's Cooperative page on Facebook, to promote their holiday wares.
Despite cold temperatures, many Edgartown businesses are seeing green this holiday shopping season.
If approved, Martha's Vineyard Commission members could vote despite a missed hearing.
Following an 11 month process, the Martha's Vineyard Commission is set to make a decision.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum hosted an antiques roadshow in Chilmark Friday night.
Plans include a renovation and construction of a bar at the Edgartown location.
Lattanzi's restaurant in Edgartown may be closed, but for owner Albert Lattanzi, life's just getting started.
Town assessors learn that state has sided with the town in 18 of 18 appeals to the appellate tax board.
Martha's Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative kicked off an essay contest last month that asks Island students to explain why diversity is important to them.
The Vineyard Transit Authority will discuss a multi-year fare increase today that would hike annual bus passes $10, starting January 1.
MVRHS graduate Emily Rae Carter has applied for an adventurous three-day dog sledding trek across the Arctic tundra. She needs your votes.
Why leave (or even go online"¦) when it's time to shop for the holidays? There's a lot of great local loot to be had.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission continued the public hearing process for the fifth time.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission reviewed two traffic studies as part its review of the supermarket's proposed expansion plans in Vineyard Haven
Relying on Island generosity, the volunteer organization provided all the ingredients for a complete holiday meal.
Four Island businesses must submit complete applications and a $30,000 check to be considered.
Many physicians see adverse effects of prescribing marijuana for medicinal use.
A long review of new telephone poles ends in ambiguity, and a pledge to work together.
The Vineyard Haven boatyard has been in the Maciel family for several generations.