For Vineyard women looking to terminate a pregnancy, the only option is to go off Island. A Rural Scholars study is looking at reproductive health...

A concerned citizen group launched a community survey this week to gauge public opinion about an array of issues at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

A superior court judge has denied a request for a preliminary injunction to block the Squibnocket causeway project.

Island boards of health and a nonprofit partner are rolling out a new program to help hunters donate and process venison on the Island.

How Nelson Bryant, U.S. Army, 82nd Airborne Division, 508th parachute infantry regiment, lost his trench knife in combat is quite a story.

The fire was not yet roaring when I dashed inside the Ag Hall, dodging raindrops to make my way to the first Winter Farmers’ Market of the season.

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Lieut. J.G. Thomas Goodell of West Tisbury, a 2015 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, received his Navy Wings on Sept. 29.

Sgt. Sean Slavin was commended last week for leading an investigation that led to the arrest of a Florida psychic.

The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

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