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Red Cross will honor Island EMT with hero award

Quick action last June by Tri-Town Ambulance EMT Kristina West helped save the life of Chris MacLeod.

SSA plans changes to Vineyard Haven terminal staging lot

The removal of a covered walkway and additional travel and check-in lanes are intended to improve vehicle traffic flow.

Aquinnah takes ownership of Gay Head Light

The federal government sold the historic structure for $1, clearing the way to relocate the lighthouse.

Rising snowfall sinks town highway budgets on Martha’s Vineyard

Some Island towns have already spent the entire amount budgeted for this winter.

Island Grown Initiative expands, but not without growing pains

As the nonprofit agricultural organization grows larger, its board of directors is making changes.

Airport commission renews contracts for manager, assistant manager

Commissioners voted 5-2 to award airport manager Sean Flynn a new three-year contract.

Edgartown selectmen offer praise for snow storm response

Stuart Fuller appeared before the board after clearing snow from the latest winter storm.

Ferry riders observe Ash Wednesday

The pastor of Grace Church dispensed ashes for those observing the Christian custom.

Coast Guard helicopter plucks two sailors off sailboat in blizzard

A father and son set out for Australia a day before the storm but ran into trouble south of Nantucket.

Blizzard winds down, frigid air to follow

Updated 12:15 pm Sunday, February 15, 2015 Forecasters expect heavy snow to end by mid-afternoon on Martha's Vineyard, but a blizzard warning, and a wind chill...

JetBlue adds Boston to Vineyard flight for summer

Local carrier Cape Air welcomes the competition, and will continue its partnership with JetBlue.

Vineyard Haven slip repairs force ferry schedule changes

From now until April, only the south slip will be available for use by ferries.

Edgartown man faces heroin charges

Prosecutors said in court he has a long criminal record, including previous drug offenses.

Buyers ring up $54 million in Vineyard property sales

A number of multimillion-dollar transactions closed during the first week of February.

Tisbury DPW response to the snowstorm faulted by residents, town officials

The massive snowstorm generated many complaints about snow removal, and hampered response to emergencies.

Airport commission could challenge county appointments

Airport commission attorney urges county commission to consider appointees free from conflicts of interest.

Two Island men arrested on drug charges

Police seized heroin and cash after interrupting a drug deal.

Market planned for historic South Summer Street building

The commercial building in the center of Edgartown was once a thriving grocery store.

Vineyard Power and corporate partner win offshore wind lease

The local power cooperative and an international energy developer can begin developing wind power 12 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard.

Edgartown planning board rescinds Mullen Way approval

On the advice of town counsel, the planning board referred the subdivision proposal to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission.