Lyndon

Lyndon Johnson Pereira is all but forgotten. Just a handful of the Island’s some 3,000 Brazilian residents have heard of him. Other...

poultry

Several chickens entered into the livestock competition of the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair were stolen from their cages,...

plaque

The grass is lush, the soccer and ball fields ready for the punishment of cleats worn by young soccer players and grown men sliding under...

Downward trends in enrollment over the past decade seem to be leveling off as the Martha’s Vineyard public school system prepares to...

Finding themselves at a historic crossroad between embracing renewable energy technologies and protecting the Vineyard, Island planning...

Under financial pressure on all sides, the Oak Bluffs School will cut three faculty positions, slash general supplies and professional...

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