An orange sun and skies in the morning and late afternoon aren’t the only changes that have come with the high altitude smoke in our atmosphere.
With some five million acres aflame on the West Coast, one would expect the danger of wildfire to be top of mind for those responsible for caring for...
A sudden outbreak of Covid-19 cases on our sister island of Nantucket last week is a sharp reminder of the insidiousness of this virus.
Island census organizers are ramping up outreach efforts to boost participation, after a counting process hamstrung by funding cuts and concern about...
When the government shutdown began in late March, it dealt a knockout punch to the Island’s once-bustling music scene.
The Edgartown wastewater treatment facility has dramatically curtailed its capacity for taking pumpouts from septic systems in recent months, forcing...
Martha’s Vineyard residents in need are eating more locally-raised food than ever before, thanks to a network of Island farms, volunteers and social...
Thursday marked the first day of school for students across the Island, but this year, backpacks and school buses were traded in for Chromebooks and...
Around the first of the year, posters began appearing on public buildings and bulletin boards advertising jobs with the U.S. Census. So I applied.
I am writing to thank town administrator Robert Whritenour and the selectmen and department heads who have created the wonderful new Oak Bluffs beach...
The Island has lost a great friend.
On Saturday, Sept. 5, Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard had its first Islandwide yard sale.

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