On Thursday, May 28, the annual spring strings concert will take place at the Performing Arts Center at the regional high school.
The Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School has received a first place state award for excellence in energy and environmental education.
The Edgartown planning board has begun gathering information and suggestions in the latest attempt to solve, or at least improve the traffic snarl created in the village by cars headed to Chappaquiddick during the summer months.
I do not know my caterpillars nor do I wish to! I have the disgusting tiny ones hanging by threads from all my apple trees.
A cloudy day can make anyone blue, but who would have guessed that it could also make a flower frown? Let me introduce you to the wood anemone.
Here is the complete list of species observed on the recent Felix Neck Bird-a-thon, held May 15 to May 16.
The Felix Neck Bird-a-thon began at 6 p.m. on May 15 and continued until 6 p.m. on May 16. Preliminary results are that we found 125 species.
This weekend the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society will host screenings of films by Jacques Perrin, the Oscar-winning producer, actor, director and member of France’s Legion of Honor. Mr. Perrin will travel from France to attend the festival.
The fledgling Island Wide Youth Collaborative celebrated a milestone this week by breaking ground for a new building. The building was made possible thanks to a $620,000 grant from MVYouth, a donor fund established last summer.

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