The noted ornithologist who cut a wide swath through the world of birding died in the early morning on Jan. 21 at the Nantucket Cottage Hospital.

With a recent cold snap ending a period of unseasonably mild weather, dozens of scup have washed up dead on the shores of Lagoon Pond.

A traffic study of Edgartown’s seasonally-congested Upper Main street is the first step in a public review of a planned expansion at Shop & Stop.

Now appearing at a commercial kitchen near you, the Starlite Lounge is offering lunch to go at the airport business park.

Avery Miner is trying to turn a passion for skateboarding into a livelihood by creating a new company called Quantum Skate.

Edgartown selectmen named 12 police officers to new three-year appointments, at their meeting Tuesday. Chief David Rossi requested the reappointments.

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News Briefs

Kelly Sullivan, an Edgartown School music teacher, seeks help in improving the life of her brother, who needs a better handicap-accessible van.

For the first time in its 20-year history the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School has middle school girls varsity and junior varsity teams.

This weekend your friends and neighbors from around the Island will gather on stage for the Island Community Chorus’s annual holiday concert.

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