Light and the vibrancy shine through Ashley Medowski’s collection Summer Nights + Sea Life, running through Labor Day in her Lambert’s Cove gallery.

Wilner Baptiste and Kevin Sylvester, known on stage as Black Violin, originally hoped to achieve fame behind the scenes.

Verizon Wireless wants to raise its communication tower in Vineyard Haven from 77 to about 130 feet out of concern for trees that could block...

Robert S. Todd teaches bridge, gives playing lessons, runs duplicate play on cruises, you name it. Oh, and he’s also an expert player.

The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust completed a deal to lease a sea scalloping quota to West Tisbury fisherman Sam Hopkins.

Three residents won the right to buy half-acre lots on 6th street North for $75,000. The lottery was part of the town’s affordable housing program.

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The legal battles continue between the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and former Airport Fuel Services owner Michael Rotondo.

The town committee will seek a developer only for the portion of the Main street lot where the dilapidated house is located.

An Army Corps of Engineers project to dredge Menemsha Channel will enter its third season in the fall with a new contractor at the helm.

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