Tisbury school leaders are ready to jump start a new building project, following the news that the town has qualified for a state grant.
Philip D. Fullin of East Falmouth died unexpectedly on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at Falmouth Hospital. He was 73.
This weekend, for a night of murder and media scandals, Islanders can turn off the television and head to the Performing Arts Center, where the high school production of Chicago premieres Friday.
This time of year a fresh strawberry usually travels thousands of miles to Island grocery stores. But at Island Grown Initiative’s Farm Hub, fresh fruit and greens thrive all year long.
So much for the so-called global warming. This past Friday the snow came down rather rapidly and in less than an hour there was a significant amount of snowfall on the ground, making travel difficult. School was dismissed at noon to the delight of youngsters and teachers as well.
Dorothy Mello died on Jan. 21 as she had lived, with extraordinary strength, dignity and family by her side. She was 90.
Longstanding efforts to widen a historic herring run and improve circulation in James Pond are gaining momentum. The 50-acre pond is tucked along the north shore of West Tisbury.
Grants are available for Island artists through the Martha’s Vineyard Center for Visual Arts.
The Chilmark selectmen have dropped immediate plans to purchase land behind town hall that could accommodate a new fire station.

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