Unlawful dumping at the Edgartown fishermen’s depot led the Edgartown selectmen to approve new rules this week for the storage depot off...
Peace activist Cora Weiss, a seasonal resident of Aquinnah, was honored with the Ann S. Kheel prize for Exceptional Dedication and Service...
Vanderhoop
Since last we celebrated a Memorial Day, Douglas E. Vanderhoop has become one of the highest decorated veterans in the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (...
Mary
Mary Carr, 88, made a journey back to the Vineyard last Friday. The last time she was here, 67 years ago, war raged in Europe and in the...
The house at Tea Lane Farm in Chilmark needs $500,000 worth of repairs and renovations to prepare it for a future farming family, a...
graduation
Tiffany Smalley yesterday was awarded her undergraduate degree from Harvard University, and with it the distinction of being the first...
Several major employers of Brazilian labor on the Vineyard spoke out this week against a newly-established Island blog which has accused...
Sarah
The owners of the Home Port Restaurant announced this week that from now on they will only serve locally-caught fish and shellfish at the...
Summer is peeking in at the Island, with buds and bushes in full bloom and sunsets that spread across the western sky with rosy-hued...

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