The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has begun laying the groundwork for a highly anticipated public hearing this spring to review plans for an...

The Martha’s Vineyard 20-Miler, a road race in the middle of the cold, wet winter, steps off at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18. A benefit for the Boys...

Selectmen and others were skeptical of an informal proposal to steer 65 per cent of every Island town’s Community Preservation Act funds toward...

Brock Callen Jr. and his father, Sail Martha’s Vineyard executive director and maritime instructor Brock Callen Sr. recently spent two and a half...

The Food Truck anchors one of the furthest outposts up-Island for a hot lunch in the dead of a Vineyard winter. Josh and Angela Aronie have been...

Martha’s Vineyard commercial fishermen let the state’s Division of Marine Fisheries know what they think of proposed rule updates and new regulations...

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News Briefs

Enjoy dancing at The Loft on Friday, March 10 at a fundraiser to benefit the Edgartown School eighth grade trip to Washington D.C.

Polly Hill Arboretum and The Grey Barn will host a two-part fruit tree pruning workshop.

Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard is accepting applications for an affordable two-bedroom home that will be built in Oak Bluffs.

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