From kilts to scarves, ties, and tams, attendees at the 29th annual Burns Nicht Supper donned their tartan best Sunday night.

West Tisbury painter Doug Kent has taken his work in a new direction. It is larger, more colorful, more abstract.

A complicated project to rebuild the Squibnocket shoreline will head to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review.

Firefighters and emergency personnel faced high winds and driving snow Saturday at a garage fire in Edgartown.

A blizzard battered the Vineyard Saturday with high winds and heavy snow, causing power outages and ferry cancellations.

With tick-borne illness on the rise, health agencies are turning their attention to babesiosis, a disease carried by deer ticks.

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Representatives from the VA and the Health Net program will be on the Vineyard Tuesday, Feb. 16 for a town hall meeting.

The Boathouse Foundation has donated $15,000 to the Martha’s Vineyard Boys & Girls Club.

The Vineyard Conservation Society will be hosting information sessions about a proposed bylaw to ban single-use plastic bags Island-wide.

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