Better access to detox facilities on the mainland and specially-trained recovery coaches are in the works following a public forum last June.

In a word: dry. The year 2016 saw widespread drought conditions over the second half of the year on Martha’s Vineyard, not good for local farmers,...

Lynn Thorp is the energy behind MV Signs: Then and Now, an endeavor to revive Martha’s Vineyard sign language used from the 17th to 19th century.

Christine Kinsman, founder and owner of Pie Chicks, learned to bake pies from her mother, who learned it from her grandmother.

Many of the shoppers in downtown Vineyard Haven on Sunday sported the same bags.

Services planned around the Island for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.


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Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School is holding an enrollment open house on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

The up-Island regional school committee voted last week to certify a $11.5 million budget.

A new program to regularly test the water at the regional high school will go into effect after recent testing turned up a few problem spots.