On one of the last days of summer we had never seen the bay so flat, still nor had we ever seen a swimmer’s unbroken wake, two thin ripples widening...
As debate heats up over a proposed law to limit patient/nurse ratios in Massachusetts, leaders at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and Island nurses...
Legal spending is on the rise at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, much of it due to ongoing litigation with the former owner of Airport Mobil.
It’s an even-numbered year and midterm election season has arrived in Dukes County as well as around the country.
The Steamship Authority held an open house in Vineyard Haven Wednesday to share plans for a sweeping redesign of the Woods Hole ferry terminal.
The deadline to register to vote or change party for the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 17. All town clerk’s offices will be open that day until 8 p.m.
The November 6 election is still three weeks away but town clerks around the Vineyard are already in full election mode.
The coastal areas of Martha’s Vineyard have been alive with tree swallows in recent days and weeks.
We would like to thank everyone who participated in the first annual Darkness into Vineyard Light Suicide prevention and awareness walk on Sept. 29.