After 149 summers of delighting audiences from down-Island bandstands and stages, the Vineyard Haven Band will perform on street level for its first-...

A group of Island clergy gathered Thursday morning in Owen Park, to march and stand in vigil on the fifth anniversary of Sandy Hook.

Merger talks are now under way between the nonprofit program that provides free tennis instruction for Island children and the YMCA.

A Kemp’s ridley sea turtle found on Chappaquiddick is recovering at a New England Aquarium care center in Quincy.

The district attorney’s office declined to prosecute an Edgartown man for manslaughter in a case that involved a fatal drug overdose last April.

Calling all young birders it is time for the Junior Christmas Bird Count.

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Island yoga instructor Jason Mazer-Kelly leads a Wednesday morning Chair Yoga class this month.

The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center is holding a virtual Community Seder at 5 p.m. Thursday, the second night of Passover.

An employee at the Steamship Authority’s Woods Hole terminal was reportedly exposed to a person who has tested positive for Covid-19.

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