The bumpy road to approval for the Bradley Square project in Oak Bluffs was extended a little last Thursday when the town zoning board of...
Patrie Grace and Jaime Hamlin
In their workaday world they help other people create memories, but along the way they have created enough memories of their own to fill a...
An Edgartown bird has tested positive for West Nile virus in the first such case confirmed this year on the Vineyard. A crow was...
algae
Were it not for the smell, you might mistake the light, fibrous, grayish stuff in Bob Woodruff’s shed for the material they make egg cartons...
With the fall fishing season about to begin, there is a renewed warning out to shore fishermen to be careful not to litter the landscape....
desks
Michael Chester, the newly-appointed commissioner of education for Massachusetts, laid out his vision for schools at the Martha’s Vineyard...
Air Force airman Shane M. Medeiros has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex. During six...
experts
The initial success of the Island’s offshore blue mussel aquaculture efforts could lead to real new jobs on the Vineyard, at a time when costs are...
Monday night, Labor Day, offers an opportune time to see three planets and the moon huddled close together in the west southwestern sky right after...

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