The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will decide whether to review a long-planned project to repair the deteriorating North Bluff coastal bank after the Oak Bluffs planning board referred the project to the regional planning and regulatory agency.
The West Tisbury selectmen became the second town board this week to back an initiative seeking a ban of single-use plastic bags.
For the past year, author Holly Nadler has been on an adventure with poet Emily Dickinson.
The Massachusetts House this week passed a bill overhauling the state public records law, but advocates of reform decry amendments they say has watered it down. The Senate is not expected to consider the bill until next year.
The internationally recognized North Tisbury arboretum has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Lagoon Pond and the Vineyard Haven harbor may soon be closed to scalloping if the Tisbury selectmen agree to follow the recommendation of the town shellfish department.
Constance Messmer, along with others, is taking a stand against balloons.
There were easily 250 fish crows perched in the trees at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven shortly after dawn on Nov. 15.
I do not do well with travel. It has given me the opportunity, however, to observe different things, not all of which are related to gardening.