Covid-19 case counts on Martha’s Vineyard continued to see a slight upward trend last week, with 19 confirmed positive cases reported by the Island...
Move over turkey, Santa is coming to town. This week the tide turns to reindeer, holiday music and tree decorating.
Restoration work has been under way this fall atop the East Chop Lighthouse, the familiar beacon perched on Telegraph Hill that has guided mariners...
A little cold couldn’t stop supporters of the Vineyard cross country team Saturday, as dozens braved a windy 5K at the high school course for the...
We’ve missed the red planet Mars. For much of this year until late summer, Mars hung high in our southern and southwestern sky in the evening.
Two major projects on the Island cleared key hurdles when select boards in Edgartown and Oak Bluffs awarded separate bids to the nonprofit Island...
A Thanksgiving poem.
Shifting population trends and the ongoing pandemic continue to redefine main streets on Martha’s Vineyard.
On Jan. 1, 2022, Heidi Feldman will wake up for the first time in nine years with only one job instead of two.
Art Buchwald is returning to hospice — this time as a benefactor. Starting Dec. 9, Mr. Buchwald’s son and daughter in law will host an online auction...
I went for my mother’s 87th birthday but stayed for the storm.
Over 2,100 years ago, King Antiochus promulgated laws that made Jewish ritual and worship illegal.

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