Jeanne L. Wells of Athens, Ohio died unexpectedly on Thursday, Nov. 19, at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. She was 88.
It was Thanksgiving weekend 1972, the second year John and Kappy Hall ran a series of races with horses of wildly mismatched breeding and ages, and riders with little racing experience.
The Massachusetts Estuary Project has issued reports for 12 Island estuaries. In many cases the project has raised awareness of growing nitrogen problems and spurred action at the town and regional levels.
Autumn on the Vineyard this year has been a gift from nature — seductively mild, with clear days and frosty nights stretching on as if they would never end.
The fall movie season has featured an unusual run of star-studded films built around true-to-life journalists in action. It’s purely coincidental, but odd nonetheless.
Chris Murphy of Chilmark was the big winner of the “buggy race” or “soapbox derby” held in West Tisbury on Saturday.
Every so often Hollywood releases a movie that makes you ask: why did they ever make this? Not because of any ineptitude but because of its unfamiliar subject.
A group of local horse enthusiasts is unveiling a plan to create the Martha’s Vineyard Community Horse Center, a nonprofit facility where kids can connect with horses. There will be an open barn on Friday.
Following a trend of looking for innovative sustainable ways to make a living from the ocean, the Island’s newest crop has been quietly planted in the water off Eastville Beach.