Whether 'tis nobler to serve pizza on china or paper plates, that was the question Tuesday, as Tisbury selectmen reviewed the town's beer and wine license regulations.
Edgartown Police have identified and located a man they believe is responsible for defrauding at least two people of $2,920 each, using a phony Craigslist classified advertisement.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) school committee meeting began on a high note Monday, with a "student spotlight" that recognized not just one but a group of students who recently won top honors in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.
The deadline for applying to the Edgartown "buy-down' program is 5 pm, February 18.
Martha's Vineyard students captured an unprecedented number of awards in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards competition.
Oak Bluffs selectmen agreed Tuesday to leave vacant town staff positions vacant and not to hire anyone for positions that become vacant through attrition.
After announcing plans to shave $1 billion from projected health-care spending next fiscal year, the Patrick administration has provided little insight into how the governor intends to achieve that goal following years of exploding health costs.
The members of the West Tisbury Historic District Commission (HDC) made it clear Monday that they are unwilling to approve any demolition of the Old Parsonage on State Road overlooking Parsonage Pond.
Edgartown Police identified a man wanted for theft and credit card fraud, after several Island residents recognized the suspect in surveillance pictures published in The Times January 19
State energy and environmental affairs officials will hold a public information session next week in Oak Bluffs, to discuss a multi-year federal leasing process for offshore wind-energy development in approximately 3,000 square miles of federal waters off the Massachusetts coast.
The Oyster Bar Grille on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs has operated year-round without the required license to serve alcohol, according to town officials.
A complaint lodged with the West Tisbury zoning board of appeals about organized dirt-bike activity at a dirt-bike track on the Nip n' Tuck Farm off State Road has led to questions about how the town and state monitors and enforces Agricultural Preservation Restrictions (APR) intended to protect farmland from development.