Responding to recent complaints from West Tisbury residents about excessive noise from air traffic over the summer, the chief pilot for Cape Air said the airline follows voluntary noise abatement rules.
Meals on Wheels has been delivering nutritious meals to home-bound seniors on the Vineyard for 43 years, but to keep the meals rolling out, volunteers are needed. And it’s a constant struggle to keep the roster full.
As Hurricane Joaquin churned up through the southern Atlantic late this week, Islanders woke up from the endless summer that has been the enduring hallmark of September weather.
Summer has ebbed and fall is stirring. And what a beautiful summer it was. And what a beautiful fall it’s starting out to be.
On May 7 Ceili Brennan of East Chop and her friend began their quest to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from San Diego to British Columbia.
After you left fifth grade did flax ever once cross your mind again?
There is considerable virtue in an autumn rain, and some even in an autumn gale.
As brisk nights of fall have us closing windows and digging out sweaters, sailors begin thinking about hauling and storing the boat for the winter.
For those of you who missed the women of the year champagne brunch this past Sunday at the Harbor View Hotel you missed an amazing experience.