Behind a garden fence in Vineyard Haven lies a realm of castles, dragons, minstrels and mermaids, all crafted in clay by Bill O’Callaghan.

A businessman’s application for a license to sell sporting guns touched off debate online this week, in the wake of Las Vegas.

The Tisbury building inspector has been cleared for work on the Martha’s Vineyard Museum project, following a written disclosure to the state ethics...

A decision by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission and site review by the planning board are the final hurdles to overcome for the three-story town hall.

Closing arguments were scheduled for Friday morning in Dukes County superior court in the case of a California man charged with rape.

Summer crowds are gone, but town officials had streams of pedestrians and clogged streets on the mind during their fall walk-through at Menemsha.


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Fourteen years ago, Featherstone Center for the Arts created a particular sweet spot — combining art and chocolate.

Smith College class of 1975 is hosting a mini-reunion on the Vineyard during the weekend of Oct. 12 to 15.

This weekend get everyone ready for the fall season by taking part in the blessing of the animals on Sunday, Oct. 1.