Batteries, bread, shovels and gas were in hot demand Monday as Islanders prepared for the winter storm expected to hit the Island Monday evening. "It...
For the loneliness and unfocused anxiety, the smug indifference to the environment, the dreary boredom of life in the technological society, the...
R. Kristin Brown and Timothy Brown of Edgartown announce the birth of a daughter, Tabitha R. Brown, born on Jan. 21 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital...
The commission late last week quickly approved a $1.42 million budget for fiscal year 2016, marking a 2.4 per cent decrease from last year. Modest...
In honor of Black History Month on Saturday, Feb. 7, the League of Women Voters of Martha’s Vineyard will host guest speaker Clennon L. King.
Back by popular demand, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum is again celebrating the faces of the Vineyard with a second Island Faces portrait competition...
It’s unclear what the powerful coastal storm due to hit the Island late Monday will do to the Norton Point breach. But the lengthening spit end of...
Michael V. Friscia and Dawn Friscia purchased 15 Spring street in Vineyard Haven from Joanne Coffin Clark and Joanne C. Clark for $580,000 on Jan. 23.
In the first stop on a road show to promote tuition-free preschool, superintendent Brian Hyde paid a visit to the Vineyard late last week. The Cape...

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