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An Atlantic sturgeon, once common around the Vineyard but virtually unseen here since the late 1960s, washed up on the north shore on Friday....

For the past 15 years Megan Carroll has commuted from the Island to her job at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. At a lecture sponsored by...

The new Oak Bluffs open space and recreation plan will guide the town in stewardship of natural resources. The plan's goals are to address the threat...

Commercial fishermen from on and off the Island provided comments on eight draft and emergency regulations proposed by the Division of Marine...

Chilmark selectmen approved a warrant for a special town meeting Feb. 2 that aims to clear the way for a major restoration project at Squibnocket...

Aquinnah landowners who have been battling for nearly 18 years to develop some 30 acres of land off Moshup Trail won a favorable decision this week...

The faint Comet Lovejoy continues to appear high in our eastern sky in the evening. It is a beautiful object amid a starry background. Every night...

The final version of the state plan steers clear of sand mining off Martha’s Vineyard for now. It also expands protected areas for sea ducks thanks...

Brrr . . . downright chilly last week. Good thing I’m a hardy type and don’t mind wearing several layers. I rarely, if ever, stay indoors for an...

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