The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $187,306.90 for the business week ending on Friday, June 26, 2020.
With the Fourth of July parade and fireworks cancelled, downtown Edgartown won’t be the same this weekend. A handful of smaller events are planned.
High summer is here, and thousands are flocking to Island beaches. But the crowds have many Vineyard officials on edge.
For years, the North Bluff beach in Oak Bluffs has been slowly disappearing. Now all that has changed.
A truly spectacular residence with rooms of gracious proportion and grand scale, plentiful natural light, modern amenities, and exquisite...
Museums, gyms and movie theatres will be allowed to restart business on Monday as part of the third phase of the state’s gradual reopening plan.
Escorted by police, World War II veterans Bob Falkenberg and Herb Foster will ride in a Jeep down Main Street and back to the Edgartown School.
I was 22. In September I would start a jam-packed nine-month masters program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
“We are taking it slow.” That was the mantra I had back in the fall when I started dating Lance Fullin.
With news this week that the Chilmark Flea Market wouldn’t after all be happening this summer, I felt a wave of gratitude for the West Tisbury...
Morgan O’Hara and Michael O’Hara, of West Tisbury and Jupiter, Fla., announce the birth of a daughter, Finley Alice O’Hara, born on July 1.