Open space and affordable housing are the hallmarks of the master plan Island Autism Group unveiled in front of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last...
The long-planned project to re-engineer the East Chop bluff got a major boost with an announcement by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that it...
It's been a good week for adoptions, big tuxedo boy Buddy has a new, wonderful family, and the calico Aunt and niece, Sheba and Nina, went to their...
Over fresh oysters and local brews, Island businesses and community members gathered at the Farm Neck Golf Club on Wednesday to celebrate the 2022...
Growing up in Vineyard Haven Ron Borges experienced something many year-round Islanders know all too well: he needed something to do in the winter.
Lexington is the greatest racehorse no one has ever heard of, according to Pulitzer Prize winner and West Tisbury resident Geraldine Brooks.
Claire and Joseph Kozlowski, of Edgartown, announce the birth of a son, James John Kozlowski, born on June 13 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Next week, for the tenth year in a row, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society will host its FilMusic festival celebrating the intersection of music and...
The Martha's Vineyard Garden Club's annual Blooming Art fundraiser returns this weekend, June 17 — 19.
The Charter School’s production of Peter Pan and the Quest to Save Neverland, showing June 16–18 at the Grange Hall, has been chosen to perform at...
The Island's annual Bloomsday Festival, celebrating the writings of James Joyce, returns this Saturday to a new location: the First Congregational...
Recent traffic backups on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven are due to come to an end Friday as paving and other construction work wraps up, Tisbury town...

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