We are the visited, the indigenous Islanders. We own mansions, castles, thatched huts (there must be at least one somewhere up-Island), garage...
Victoria Segel of Edgartown has received an associate of science degree in animal care from Becker College in Worcester.
On Wednesday night, parents and friends flocked to the regional high school for the annual Evening of the Arts and World Culture Night, a student art...
Funding will end this year for the Tick-Borne Illness Reduction Initiative, an Islandwide program that began about four years ago with a grant from...
About 3,500 tons of soil, boulders and clay have been removed from around the Gay Head Light and its new location 129 feet to the east. Contractors...
With Island ponds suffering from the effects of development, the Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group is looking at an old foe in a new light. The...
Vineyard business leaders are showing more than the usual blend of hope and optimism for a profitable summer, as the Island gears up for Memorial Day...
Ann Smith, the executive director of Featherstone Center for the Arts and chairman of Arts Martha’s Vineyard, was the recipient of the Tourism Award...
An Oak Bluffs man was arrested last week by members of the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force as part of an investigation into the illegal...

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