The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha’s Vineyard has restructured its grants program. Instead of offering biannual grant cycles, it has shifted to one annual grant in the fall of each year.
Vacationers on Chappaquiddick found a stray cat on the porch and brought it in to the shelter.
Thanks to a newly-upgraded FM signal, mvyradio is now broadcasting to all corners of the Island and other parts of southeastern Massachusetts.
The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
Attorneys for the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and embattled airport manager Sean Flynn met this week in Boston in an effort to negotiate the terms of Mr. Flynn’s exit.
The discovery of hundreds of lone star tick larvae on Chappaquiddick this summer confirms that the southern species is breeding on the Vineyard, Island biologist Richard Johnson said.
Overcrowding in West Tisbury kindergarten classes for this year led to brief discussion last week among school committee members about capping the number of kindergartners coming from Aquinnah.
As Katama Bay oyster farms remain closed because of Vibrio illness tied to raw oysters, scientists are using the bay as a testing ground to understand more about the bacteria and how it interacts with oysters.
The Vineyard was the place to be this summer, or so it appeared.