The Healthy Aging Task Force, a coalition of more than 70 volunteers and 37 organizations, has spent the last two years working to identify areas of need. Voters will be asked to approve funding for information and referral services at town meetings Tuesday.
Pie in the Sky has a legal right to to cross a tiny adjacent property owned by the Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank, a civil jury found.
More than 60 people joined together in Oak Bluffs on Saturday to illuminate the problem of sexual violence and support survivors on the Island.
The varsity girls tennis team is off to a winning start under coaches Nina Bramhall and Liz Roberts. And although both women are new to the varsity scene they are well known to this team, having been part of the Youth Tennis Center for years.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission is in a state of limbo amid a dispute over authority to call a meeting and uncertainty about the recent seating of three new commissioners.
Suzanne Lindberg Flynn, a resident of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., died at home on April 7 after a long battle with cancer, with her family at her side.
The U.S. Coast Guard formally opened its new boathouse in Menemsha Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
On Thursday, Rachael Miller spoke at Sail MV's winter lecture series about the problems and solutions of trash in the ocean.
Venus continues to draw attention, appearing low in the western sky after sunset. On Sunday night, the thin crescent moon appears nearby.