Amy Fligor of Edgartown has been named to the spring 2015 dean’s list at the University of Delaware.
Jean K. (McGrady) Kay of Fall River and Oak Bluffs died peacefully Thursday morning, July 16, at her home on East Chop. She was 86.
Cheranne Lyn Willoughby died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 21. She was 33 years old.
George S. Imrey of Boston died on July 13 with members of his loving family surrounding him. He was 82.
Laura and Chuck Noonan of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a son, Charles Arthur Noonan 4th, born on July 16 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Wampanoag tribal elders, families with young children, town officials and others are calling for greater public participation to block efforts by the Wampanoag tribe to build a casino in Aquinnah. A public meeting was held Saturday at the Aquinnah Old Town Hall.
Over the 92 years that boats have competed in the Edgartown Yacht Club regatta, it’s hard to imagine a more competitive fleet than the sailors who filled Edgartown Harbor and Nantucket Sound with sails this weekend.
Diana and Nicki Masseur of Chilmark and New York city set up a lemonade stand this weekend to raise money for the Gay Head Light relocation effort. All $142 raised from the sale of baked goods, fruit salad, and cold drinks will go toward the lighthouse effort
The Feast of the Holy Ghost parade stepped off from the Oak Bluffs Steamship Authority terminal on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. under a sweltering sun. It was part of the annual two-day Portuguese festival celebrating history, food, music and giving back to the community.