Last year, Juneteenth was declared a Massachusetts state holiday. This will be our second year celebrating a most memorable day in our history as an...
Mother Nature is still playing with us. It has been a mixed-up few weeks. We turned on the heat one day as the wind and rain was so cold. Now the...
It's pretty common for folks to stop by the Texaco for a sweet ice cream novelty or for a few minutes to say hello and catch up.
Traffic on the Chappy Ferry continues to be unpredictable. Here we are in mid-June and some parts of the day look like July and August. At other...
A reminder: the annual town meeting will convene Saturday, June 19 at 3 p.m. at the Aquinnah fire station.
After a year of asymptomatic Covid-19 testing at the regional high school, TestMV is set to move its operation to the parking lot of the West Tisbury...
Constantina M. Kostka and Brian M. Sullivan purchased 5 Thirteenth street south in Edgartown from Carrie-Lynn Whitney and John Conrad Whitney for $...
The Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation announced Wednesday that it has received a second $200,000 grant from the commonwealth for Covid relief.
A vandalism charge against longtime Edgartown shellfish constable Paul Bagnall has been dismissed after the Edgartown district court ordered monetary...
Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation Wednesday extending a provision of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law that allows remote participation in...
The species mentioned here are sporadic breeders that mostly pass through on their way north or back south: purple martin, bobolink, snowy egret and...
Islander Brian Athearn will recieve the Spirit of the Vineyard Award this year, Vineyard Village At Home announced this week.

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