The animal shelter’s record of placements continues. Princess, an elderly female that we thought would continue to be our tenant, was adopted last...
A dead coyote was found washed ashore early this week on Lambert's Cove Beach, the second coyote to wash up in that location this year. An Island...
On Thursday, Jan. 1, beginning at noon, a march will be held in downtown Vineyard Haven to draw attention to violence against African Americans as...
To provide food, warmth and community during the long Vineyard winter, faith communities around the Island are once again offering free community...
The January meeting of Neighborhood Convention will be held at the Federated Church, 45 South Summer street, Edgartown, on Tuesday, Jan. 6, beginning...
Thanks to a grant from the MV Local Cultural Council to Adult and Community Education of MV (ACE MV), there will be scholarship funds available for...
John G. Early, a longtime West Tisbury selectman and volunteer on many committees and organizations across the Island, has been honored with the...
The roots of Chicken Alley in Vineyard Haven, otherwise known as Lagoon Pond Road, go back to the days when chickens and pigs mingled on dirt roads...
Traffic on upper Main street, Edgartown, was interrupted this morning after a water main broke in front of Sharky's Cantina. Police, fire, highway...

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