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A large oak tree that graces the east side of Music street near Middle Road will soon die, the West Tisbury tree warden told selectmen this week.

The New England Fishery Management Council voted last week to limit both the scope and size of the commercial herring catch for the next three years.

A post-summer report says tick populations are up, especially the newest species of disease-carrying arachnid to invade Martha’s Vineyard: the lone...

Last month, NOAA declared an Unusual Mortality Event for pinnipeds, a group of aquatic mammals that include seals.

For perhaps the first time in September, the weather was favorable for migrant birds to reach the Island.

Say goodbye to the bright planet Venus, now low in the southwestern sky after sunset.