Martha’s Vineyard may soon join a growing list of communities in New England that have taken aim at white-tailed deer to reduce tick populations.

Robert Bernstein's memoir chronicles his legendary career in publishing — from office boy-in-waiting at Simon and Schuster to president of Random...

Mentalist, not magician, Nat Lawson mesmerized a packed audience at the Grange Hall on Tuesday evening with only a sketchpad and sharpie — no cards...

With picture-postcard summer weather and teeming crowds on beaches and downtown streets, by most accounts the Fourth of July on Martha's Vineyard...

This year's Tisbury Street Fair has been proclaimed Cora Medeiros Day after the fair’s founding mother and longtime selectman who died in May. The...

After more than three years of planning, a year of construction and a fair share of financial stress, Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs will be fully open...

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News Briefs

Friends of the Edgartown Library sponsors a special reading of Frederick Douglass’ speech, The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro.

On July 7, the Summer Institute opens its annual speaker series at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center with James Carroll.

On Thursday, July 7, David Foster will present Historic Insights to the Vineyard’s Future: Henry Whiting and the Map of 1850.

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