The weather still remains cool at night and warm enough in the day to make people happy. We do need rain, though.
Cindy Carter has been a gracious host to friends that are coming to the Island to social distance from dense urban markets.
Life in the town of Chilmark has slowly begun to make its evolution towards fall.
The Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby began this week and runs to Saturday, Oct. 17.
Crisp days and nights as we head into autumn.
A possible record bonito did not cross the scales during the first week of action, as the fisherman had not registered for the derby.
Two historic statues have been brought together for display at the Mariposa Museum in Oak Bluffs.
At this time, our Island animal shelter remains open for official business and by appointment only.
Frank R. and Sarah L. Bazos purchased 11 Howell Lane in Chilmark from Marc. R. Villa and Margaret W. Villa for $2,660,000 on Sept. 8.
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $634,970.04 for the business week ending on Friday, Sept. 11, 2020.
The New England Foundation for the Arts has made grants to the Aquinnah Cultural Center and the Yard through the United States Arts Resilience Fund.