The discussion at this year's Hutchins Forum ranged from the state of race relations in America to the role of the media in politics.

Contract talks between the company that hires drivers for the Vineyard Transit Authority and the union that represents them are set to begin next...

They crushed pizzas just as often as they crushed baseballs. For the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, this was a summer they won’t soon forget.

Our “doggie” cat, Mr. Man, also had a family fall head over heels for him and has taken him to his new forever home.

The sound of sizzling fryers, squealing piglets and a brass band greeted the first visitors to the 157th Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair Thursday...

Nearly 1,500 children and parents joined in on the fun at the fifth annual OB Boogie Family Fest Tuesday afternoon held on the grounds of the Island...

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News Briefs

The Edgartown School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll for the 2017-2018 school year.

Last Friday a mother and daughter arrived at the shelter with a black kitten they’d found in Menemsha who was in distress.

Aquinnah selectmen appointed Kimberly Andrade as the new animal control officer last week.

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