On Martha’s Vineyard, the hungry children are hard to see. But they’re here, hundreds of them, in every Vineyard town and school.

A sweeping new plan involving federal agencies, Native American tribes, six Northeast states and many other stakeholders may help set the course of...

Rev. Cathlin Baker recently completed a four-month sabbatical in Scotland, thanks in part to a grant from the Louisville Institute.

Anxiety expert Lynn Lyons conducted a number of seminars at the regional high school this week for parents and students. Being uncomfortable is not a...

Seventeen years ago, Jim’s Package Store in Oak Bluffs began selling Christmas trees. Not to make extra money, but to give back to the community.

A property owner’s long-running bid to build a boardwalk over a salt marsh must be reviewed again, the Massachusetts Appeals Court said.

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News Briefs

The following athletes were voted All Stars for the fall sports season by the Eastern Athletic Conference.

The Houses of Grace winter shelter program begins this Sunday, offering shelter every night of the week through March 31 for those who need a warm...

This year’s top honors for the Rod & Gun Club’s Black Powder Shoot went to Michael Ferry.

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