With the Wildflower Court wing of Windemere slated to close, Islanders expressed concern for current residents and the Island's elderly in general.

Dr. Robert Moore, the first full time director of the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School, announced this week that he will retire after 20 years...

A survey of more than 800 students shows underage drinking on the Vineyard is down, but marijuana use is higher than state and national averages.

Tisbury selectmen discussed the merits of a housing bank ballot question, revisited an agreement with Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative and...

The Chilmark selectmen responded cautiously to efforts by an ad-hoc citizen’s committee to revisit the idea of an Island housing bank.

The Martha’s Vineyard regional high school’s boys basketball team lost their last game of the season, but will continue on to the state tournament.


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Applications for the Betty Ann Lima-Bryant Scholarship must be submitted to the Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard by March 15.

Buddy, our sweet Rottweiler, has had his name changed to Carl in hopes of enticing someone familiar with the book Good Dog Carl.

Beginning Sunday, March 5, Jim Norton will lead his annual Lenten book discussion at 9 a.m. at Grace Church in Vineyard Haven.