When the Great Harbour Inn opened in Edgartown this spring, early guests and staff members had several surprises in the form of improvements in the...
The three year joint federal-state study of the striped bass populations in Massachusetts waters will start later this month, according to Fran­cis W...
The game with Nantucket on Saturday turned out to be one of the roughest that the Martha’s Vineyard footballers have encountered.
The debut of the first Vineyard football team, under the guidance of Coaches John Kelley, Daniel McCar­thy and Stanley Whitman, will take place...
Members of Bradley Memorial Church, Oak Blufs, are greatly distressed over the report which has circulated to the effect that their church building...
There is a “For Sale” sign on the boat shop of Manuel S. Roberts at the head of the town wharf in Edgartown, a sign indicating that the historic...
A new fireproof building to house the priceless records and collections of the Dukes County Historical Society is to be built on the land on School...
A traffic-stopper in Edgartown this week has been the corner of Davis Lane and School street where the stately house which was once Davis Academy and...
When the good ship Uncle Toby brought the new Fresnel lens to New York and the lens was subsequently deposited at the Edgartown wharf, almost a...
 Indian summer weather greeted the opening of the 1952 seventh annual Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass Derby, says Ben Morton, chief publicity man for...
The Island’s new Coast Guard station, en route from Cuttyhunk, came through Quick’s Hole, from Buzzards Bay at 1 o’clock yesterday, and proceeded...
One of the most alluring names of Martha’s Vineyard is that of Lake Tashmoo. Islanders and visitors alike enjoy the feeling of Tashmoo on their...

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