Lieut. J.G. Thomas Goodell of West Tisbury, a 2015 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, received his Navy Wings on Sept. 29.
The Bradley Memorial, the first African American church on the Vineyard, was demolished last week.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission last week gave a green light to the Oak Bluffs town hall project and closed a public hearing on a large proposed...
Sgt. Sean Slavin was commended last week for leading an investigation that led to the arrest of a Florida psychic.
Island towns are beginning to grapple with implications of the recreational marijuana law that became law a year ago.
Alexander Carlson, 30, of Edgartown, was arraigned in Edgartown district court Friday on charges of trafficking in fentanyl and resisting arrest.
A thin crescent moon appears low in the southwestern sky Sunday night. The moon appears near stars that make up the zodiacal constellation Scorpius....
The Federated Church’s weather vane, a favorite perch of Edgartown birds and a shining beacon to sailors, was returned to the steeple on Thursday.
A concerned citizen group launched a community survey this week to gauge public opinion about an array of issues at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.