Faced with sharply reduced federal funding for outreach efforts, Island leaders and organizations on Martha’s Vineyard are scrambling to prepare for the 2020 census.
6:33 pm, February 20, 2020
Early voting for the presidential primary election begins on Monday and town clerks around the Island report an increase in voter registration ahead of the closely watched race.
6:29 pm, February 20, 2020
The Steamship Authority’s sweeping renovation of its Woods Hole waterfront operations, originally estimated to cost less than $70 million, is now being budgeted at $92,767,283.
5:52 pm, February 20, 2020
It was the late sixties and Tom Bennett, a Vineyard kid adrift in Europe, was laying in his sick bed at a hospital in Amsterdam when he thought about what he wanted to do with his life.
5:44 pm, February 20, 2020
Cape Cod 5 welcomed local public school teachers, including many from the Vineyard, to their new headquarters in Hyannis for a grants awards reception on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
3:30 pm, February 20, 2020
Three Tankard siblings (of 10 total) joined an eager audience of listeners for this month’s Tuesdays in the Newsroom talk.
3:23 pm, February 20, 2020
Featherstone in Oak Bluffs is kicking off its 2020 season with a bit of a twist, an art exhibit all about numbers.
3:21 pm, February 20, 2020
Olga and Petr Valach, of West Tisbury, announce the birth of a son, Alexander Petr Valach, born on Feb. 17 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. Alexander weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounces at birth.
3:17 pm, February 20, 2020
For the second straight year, the high school boys hockey and basketball teams are headed to the postseason.
9:04 am, February 20, 2020

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