Since Edgartown attorney Benjamin Hall Jr. filed a personal bankruptcy action last month, the move has caused reverberations in some unexpected...

In annual town elections Thursday, West Tisbury voted against a tax override for school spending, while Edgartown voters approved several spending...

Elizabeth (Betty) Eddy makes 94 look like 74. This winter, as part of her routine, she would climb up to the roof by way of a pair of rickety stairs...

The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank recently bought 31 acres of rare land at Tom's Neck Farm, the culmination of a complicated deal involving multiple...

With spring sunshine slanting through the windows of the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown Sunday afternoon, director Peter Boak stepped to the podium...

At 10:33 a.m. Thursday, the automated double-cannon beacon installed in the Gay Head Light in 1989 stopped spinning and the iconic red-and-white...

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News Briefs

Capt. Karen Kukolich leads an introduction to fly fishing for women, including a brief history of women in the sport, an explanation of the equipment...

There is good news and bad news at the animal shelter this week. Last week we had a little brown dog of indeterminate parentage who needed a home.

Vineyard Open House Real Estate offers a look at everything from financing to flood insurance as it hosts information sessions on Fridays in March.

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