Concerns about cellular radiation — either real or perceived — have prompted several Katama residents to protest a plan by AT&T to place a cell...
Joining congregations across the country, members of the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury and the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center gathered...
This week the flag at Meadowbrook Farm in West Tisbury flew at half mast, and Christmas lights still glittered on the boxwood beside the barn:...
Ted Box of Vineyard Haven hopes to launch his 70-plus-foot schooner, a scow, in June. The building of the wooden boat in full view on a vacant lot of...
Fear, anger, loneliness and confusion are all emotions often associated with people with mental illness. But those emotions can run just as strongly...
Painter Joe Palermo
Joseph Palermo remembers his mother saying he was “born with a paintbrush in his hand.” If this is the case then Mr. Palermo has been holding a...
Nathaniel Horwitz, harpist.
The curly-headed cherub strumming away on a harp is a time-honored icon. Try and consider Valentine’s Day without the sight of Cupid, his bow and...
The new year started off at the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard with a wonderful, heartwarming story about a stray cat. Early in November, a...
On Tuesday, Dec. 18, Tisbury School eighth-grader Amanda Bernard was presented with the Tisbury Business Association’s Twelve Days of Tisbury Season...

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