With 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten, a new program at the Vineyard Haven library, every opportunity to read aloud to a young child becomes a...

Participants at last week’s final winter walk at the Polly Hill Arboretum got an unexpected treat: a chance to view a traveling exhibit, Vanishing...

In hiring and supervising members of his family, Oak Bluffs ambulance and fire chief John Rose broke conflict of interest rules, the state ethics...

Citing a long list of concerns that have gone mostly unanswered, Vineyard Transit Authority workers will vote Wednesday on whether to join the...

How do you spell spelling champion? For two years in a row on the Vineyard, the answer has been S-P-E-N-C-E-R. Edgartown School seventh grader...

On Sunday, more than 100 people attended the annual Farmer’s Brunch in Chilmark, which focused on the controversies surrounding genetically modified...

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News Briefs

Spring classes at ACE MV have been moved back a week due to snowstorms. Classes now begin the week of March 17 to 19, and there's still time to...

Tracking Teen Stress Vineyarders working with teenagers have documented a rise in stress, anxiety and depression among Island youth. In response, the...

The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

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