The next Chappy potluck dinner will be hosted by Margaret and Jim Mullen on Wednesday, Feb. 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. The Chappy Stitchers will meet for...
Tisbury school leaders are ready to jump start a new building project, following the news that the town has qualified for a state grant.
At this time of year a fresh strawberry usually travels thousands of miles before finding its way to Island grocery stores. But at Island Grown...
So much for the so-called global warming. This past Friday the snow came down rather rapidly and in less than an hour there was a significant amount...
Longstanding efforts to widen a historic herring run and improve circulation in James Pond are gaining momentum. The 50-acre pond is tucked along the...
Grants are available for Island artists through the Martha’s Vineyard Center for Visual Arts.
The Chilmark selectmen have dropped immediate plans to purchase land behind town hall that could accommodate a new fire station.
The new Edgartown Library is finished and the shelves have arrived. But what of the historic Carnegie building that will be left behind?
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $148,568.50 for the business week ending on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016.

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