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MV Times News:

  • Kamala Harris visit is on hold

    Vice President Kamala Harris has officially canceled her planned Memorial Day weekend trip to Martha’s Vineyard following the recent tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The Uvalde school shooting is among the deadliest in American history, claiming 21 lives, and pressing people all over the country to demand an urgent and drastic change The post Kamala Harris visit is on hold appeared first on The Martha's Vineyard Times.

  • Vineyard may be viable for electric ferries

    The Steamship Authority board learned Thursday afternoon that electric ferries are potentially viable for the Vineyard route. A team from Elliot Bay Design, the Seattle company that designed the Woods Hole, laid out facts and figures from a feasibility study on propulsion methods that showed that unlike Nantucket/Hyannis route, the Vineyard Haven/Woods Hole route was The post Vineyard may be viable for electric ferries appeared first on The Martha's Vineyard Times.

  • West Tisbury ZBA approves food trucks

    At a public hearing regarding food trucks, the West Tisbury Zoning Board of Appeals approved two special permits for two food truck businesses in unanimous votes at its Thursday meeting. The zoning board voted to allow Goldie’s Rotisserie at the Vineyard Artisans Festival, for 32 event days throughout the year in addition to two events The post West Tisbury ZBA approves food trucks appeared first on The Martha's Vineyard Times.

  • It’s not a staffing problem, it’s a housing crisis

    Island businesses are feeling the pressure of the upcoming influx of summer visitors. It is around this time of year when Vineyard residents begin to brace themselves for what is expected to be — and always is — a chaotic turnaround from a listless off-season to a frenzied peak season. For many year-rounders, summer on The post It’s not a staffing problem, it’s a housing crisis appeared first on The Martha's Vineyard Times.

  • West Tisbury issues mask advisory

    West Tisbury issued a mask advisory during the town’s board of health meeting on Thursday, May 26. West Tisbury health agent Omar Johnson told The Times the letter has been signed and is “verbatim” to the letter sent out by Tisbury on Tuesday, May 17. All of the Island towns have issued mask advisories with The post West Tisbury issues mask advisory appeared first on The Martha's Vineyard Times.

MV Gazette News:

  • Jubilation!

    9:46 am, May 28, 2022Get ready for Juneteenth Jubilee weekend, 
happening on the Vineyard, June 17 to 19.

  • Food Trucks Granted Special Permits in West Tisbury

    7:06 am, May 28, 2022Two Island food truck operations were granted permission by the West Tisbury zoning board of appeals Thursday to operate at fixed locations for the rest of the year.

  • Baseball Team Celebrates Seniors at Final Home Game

    7:32 pm, May 27, 2022The Vineyard boys baseball team broke little sweat shutting out Sturgis Charter School West 6-0 at the Shark’s baseball diamond on Thursday.

  • Setting the Holiday Tone With March to the Sea Traditions

    4:36 pm, May 27, 2022School children around the Island paid tribute Friday to the meaning of Memorial Day with March to the Sea traditions to remember those who gave the greatest sacrifice.

  • 2 Squibnocket Road

    10:25 am, May 27, 2022Wallace & Co. | Sotheby’s International RealtySited on 4.5 acres and nestled at the top of the hill, you will find this commanding residence flanked with views of the Atlantic Ocean, Menemsha Pond and the Vineyard Sound.