Saturday’s game for the Island Cup is one of the most-storied high school rivalries in the country, and the defining moment for a Vineyard culture...
Closely following the electoral mood of the country, voters in Dukes County turned out in huge numbers this week to cast ballots for national, state...
It took 18 drafts, hundreds of hours of meetings and more than a year’s planning, but Tuesday night at the special town meeting, Tisbury residents...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously last week to accept a set of regulations for a new district of critical planning concern (DCPC)...
Continuing the development of the airport business park, the airport commissioners this week approved the schedule for distributing lots at the park...
After 14 revised drafts and nearly a year of public discussion, a final set of regulations aimed at protecting the historical and ecological...
Atty. Ronald H. Rappaport saluted Island volunteers as the backbone of this community and an indispensable force that makes the Vineyard the special...
Two young girls from New Jersey got their first exposure to overt racism this week when they returned from a morning walk into downtown Vineyard...
The Brickmans, Cronigs and Levines are recognized as the earliest Jews to settle on Martha’s Vineyard, but if Ken Libo’s research findings turn out...
On Oct. 19, 1991, 11 days before a piece of “the perfect storm” hit Martha’s Vineyard, three people left the Menemsha harbor on their way to the...
It’s Monday morning, and Troy Cyphers is running across a lawn flapping his arms and pretending to be a turkey. If the enormous white building behind...
In a ruling that could carry special importance for the town of Aquinnah — as well as for other Vineyard towns that want to adopt impact fees — the...

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