The poet and novelist whose grace, elegance and remarkable longevity spanned more than a century of life, died at her home overlooking Stonewall Pond...

As a five-way race heats up for two seats on the Oak Bluffs board of selectmen, candidates made their pitch to voters at a forum Wednesday. There are...

The Hon. H. Gregory Williams has had a career path that led him from herpetology to English major to 10 years as the first justice in the Edgartown...

Edgartown can prohibit resident Barbara Boch from landing a helicopter on her lawn, according to a court ruling in a long-running dispute between the...

The state agency that oversees airports is casting doubt on the official makeup of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission, following a vote by the...

The Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living is looking for support for a new building from town meeting voters in all towns, who will be asked whether to...

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News Briefs

There is good news and bad news at the animal shelter this week. Last week we had a little brown dog of indeterminate parentage who needed a home.

Vineyard Open House Real Estate offers a look at everything from financing to flood insurance as it hosts information sessions on Fridays in March.

Susan Mercier joins Martha’s Vineyard Community Services as the new Island Wide Youth Collaborative program coordinator.

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