The forty-foot dragger Viking, which blew up and burned in Menemsha Creek Basin this summer, has been sold by her former owner, M.S. Duarte of...
Publicizing of the Martha’s Vineyard striped bass derby was taken up by the Salt Water Sportsman, a weekly publication devoted exclusively to salt...
The noble Georgian mansion on Edgartown’s Main street changed hands last weekend and is now the property of Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Robinson of Miami,...
The county will assume control of the airport at the former Martha’s Vineyard N.A.A.S. tomorrow, Saturday, June 29, and the field will hereafter...
The formal re-opening of Brickman’s, Vineyard Haven, will take place tomorrow. Brickman’s is a store that is well established, the name having been...
Closing of the naval air field on the Great Plain will be effected as soon as possible, and some of the buildings, together with the runways, will be...
“Now we approach the exclusive summer colony of the Hart family, founded by one William H. Hart who spent a fortune building houses here for his many...
The ferry Islander of the Massachusetts Steamship Lines will make her shake-down cruise on Sunday and begin regular operation Monday, April 15, with...
Two Navy fliers lost their lives off Cape Pogue soon after 10 o’clock Tuesday morning when their dive bomber, in which they were making practice...
Sale of the Metropolitan Hotel property, Oak Bluffs, which was largely destroyed by fire some weeks ago, was announced on Tuesday by Rodney D. Marks...
It was announced this week by Richard L. Colter, that this famous old Edgartown hotel has been renamed Great Harbour Inn.  
The barracks at Peaked Hill are de­serted. The Army radar station, in­stalled and opened under circumstances of great secrecy in the early days of...

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