Jackson C. Koorse of Edgartown was named to the spring 2015 dean’s list at the College of the Holy Cross.
With more than 600 doses of the vaccine that prevents measles, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital began inoculating unvaccinated children and adults Wednesday evening, following a confirmed case of measles on the Island.
The 40th anniversary of the annual Oak Bluffs fireworks display will be the biggest yet, and may be the last.
The director of the Tisbury department of public works has resigned, town administrator John (Jay) Grande confirmed Thursday.
Emma Chambers Maitland will be celebrated this weekend as her former home in Oak Bluffs is added to the African American Heritage Trail.
Two black female kittens, about 12 weeks old, were brought to us last week. They have been named Laverne and Shirley.
On Tuesday, members of the Vineyard Conservation Society gathered at the Agricultural Hall in West Tisbury to celebrate 50 years of preserving land and encouraging environmental practices. Speakers discussed what the next 50 years could mean.
The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
Summer activities get into full swing at the Chappaquiddick Community Center this week. Check the website or bulletin boards for details. They really do offer something for everyone.