Less than six months after beginning their search, Chilmark officials have zeroed in on a possible site for a new public safety building. The...
Students at Island schools walked into classrooms and took their seats in front of computers this week to begin taking the Partnership for Assessment...
On the Vineyard, it is March that seems most cruel. The weather is mercurial, blowing hard and cold one day, then providing a tease of real spring a...
Affordable housing is perhaps the biggest and most obvious challenge to life on the Vineyard. But food security is another problem here, and one that...
After a cold February kept Edgartown bay scallopers indoors, the town is looking to extend the season by two weeks. Pending approval from the state...
For the past six months my husband Jeff and I have swapped late nights out with early nights in. We’ve become experts on car seats and having...
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $164,620 for the business week ending on Friday, March 13, 2015.
There is a magnet that I keep thinking about on the refrigerator door in my grandfather’s apartment.
The following is an award-winning essay written by Womsikuk James for the Young Native Writer’s Essay Contest.

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