Billy and Naomi Dias of Oak Bluffs welcome their son, Th’oder Joseph Jacob Dias, who was born July 30 at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He...
The people are coming — upwards of 5,000 are expected — and the town of Oak Bluffs is ready for them.
Nearly four years after the landmark sovereignty case was decided by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay...
aquaculture
On Tuesday morning, before most Islanders had their first cup of coffee, volunteers took a walk around Sengekontacket Pond looking for...
Charitable giving on the Vineyard remains almost inexplicably robust this summer season, even while across the nation there is mounting...
Reverend Sharpton
It was billed as a public forum on race, gender, age and religion in the 2008 election, but right from the outset it was clear that one of...
David
Sen. Barack Obama should consider his defeated rival for the Democratic party presidential nomination, Sen. Hillary Clinton, as his running...
After receiving approval from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission earlier this summer by a nearly unanimous vote, the Bradley Square project on...
A call for a fully engaged fire at Claudia jewelry store on Main street in Vineyard Haven Wednesday prompted a hasty response from...

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