Edgartown School students joined town and library officials Monday to celebrate the first visible marker of Edgartown’s new library: a sign...

Improved cell phone service will becoming to West Tisbury after the town zoning board of appeals approved a special permit for a tower off New Lane,...

For some, it was a business evening; for others, a chance to rub elbows with the who’s-who of the Island community. Whether they came to collect...

Todd Ruggere sat by himself at the bar of the Plane View Restaurant at Martha’s Vineyard Airport. Normally his visits cause quite a stir, but it was...

A Vineyard organization devoted to spaying and neutering feral cats will be closing its feral cat shelter at the end of the year. Laurie Huff, the...

As summer heats up and tick season reaches its peak months on the Island, the Martha’s Vineyard Tick-Borne Initiative has launched its latest public...

On Saturday afternoon a crowd gathered at the Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway. They had come to witness the launching of a 28-foot replica...

When people say that history repeats itself, they aren’t usually referring to high school tennis. But in a match that lasted just under an hour and a...

WOODS HOLE — Urging a group of Chatham middle schoolers to follow their dreams, filmmaker James Cameron handed the keys to the Deepsea Challenger,...

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