Coronavirus cases continued to creep upward on Wednesday, as two more new confirmed positive Covid-19 patients were reported on the Island.
An art show at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown this week pays a unique 45th-anniversary tribute to the lasting impact of Jaws.
As of Thursday morning last week, financial projections for the Steamship Authority included a potential tax assessment for the six Island towns...
Summer crowds descended on Chilmark over the Fourth of July, but selectmen were pleased to learn that all went smoothly, and said for now drastic...
At this time, our Island animal shelter remains open for official business and by appointment only.
An editor and writer for this newspaper, Bill Eville, had his story published in the Sunday Modern Love section of the New York Times on June 28.
Just a few short days after completing a century of life, Betty Eddy’s son, Bill, shared with me that she had completed her walk on earth.
It begins to appear as if Tashmoo water will be the ultimate means of making Martha’s Vineyard as well known as Saratoga Springs.
Still great beach days in Aquinnah, despite a few hours of fog.
Every so often a man walks along State Road with a cow.
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced Wednesday that Dr. Elizabeth Folcarelli has been selected as its new chief executive officer.
It would be nice if we always located the ever-desirable, eight-card “magic” trump fit with partner. Unfortunately, eight-card fits don’t appear in...