The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank has purchased a small, one-acre parcel along the Tiasquam River in West Tisbury subject to a life estate, and will...
For vendors and customers alike, the return of the Chilmark Flea Market this summer has helped bring back a vital component of their summer social...
After weeks of decline, Covid-19 cases shot up again on Martha’s Vineyard, with health agents reporting 16 new cases last week, including six...
For years I have given over a guest room to a Sharks baseball player. It all started almost 10 years ago when I was working the concession stand at...
Since the opening of the original wooden Gay Head Light in 1799, no keeper has served longer than Richard Skidmore.
A nine-year-old Aquinnah boy is recovering at Boston Children’s Hospital after he was struck by a neighbor’s pickup truck last week. An online...
At 7:59 this morning, Doug McConnell set off from Nantucket to Martha’s Vineyard, looking to complete the long distance swim he just barely failed to...
State wildlife officials and the Mass Audubon bird conservation group are advising residents to bring in their bird feeders and birdbaths until more...
This is a wonderful time of year to be looking up at the stars.
The Vineyard Gazette today released the first episode in a new nine-part podcast called Shed: Conversations about Race. Hosted by Island therapist...
Vineyard doctors, allergists and biologists have identified at least a dozen Islanders who have been formally diagnosed with alpha gal syndrome, a...
Shed host Eric Adams shapes each discussion through the lens of his profession, working with couples and people suffering from addiction issues. He...

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