On Sunday, the largest graduating class in the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School's 25-year history was welcomed by a standing ovation.
The girls tennis team passed its first state playoff test with a resounding 5-0 victory Saturday over Pope Francis Preparatory School of Springfield.
At a noon meeting Friday, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School committee approved a change of attorneys in its legal action against the Oak...
With three teams clinching bids in state tournaments, the regional high school athletic department is set to have a busy playoff season.
Tomorrow morning all the visible planets will line up for viewing in the predawn sky. As dawn arrives it will be harder to see the fainter of them.
The Dukes County commission voted to raise the pride flag for the month of June at a meeting Wednesday evening.
The newly appointed superintendent of Martha’s Vineyard schools will have a full plate when he begins work July 1.
The Oak Bluffs planning board is set to decide next week on a project at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle that is the last phase of a restoration spanning...
Ever since middle school Charlie Parkhurst knew he wanted to go to college in California. He had never been there but liked adventures and the idea...
West Tisbury needs clear regulations on how and where food trucks may be allowed, town counsel Ron Rappaport told three town boards.
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $564,440 for the business week ending on Friday, May 27, 2022.
On Saturday evening at sunset artist Carissa Carman will create a temporary art installation on Menemsha Beach, using the sand and the few bits of...

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