A plan of action for the crumbling Island Theatre will come before Oak Bluffs voters at town meeting in April, with a $200,000 proposal on the table...

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission is revising its 2007 water quality policy, with an eye toward stricter rules for developments that contribute...

With flurries on Wednesday and snow predicted Sunday, Vineyarders enjoyed a different type of blizzard on Thursday, as the Dairy Queen in Edgartown...

On Monday at the Agricultural Hall, farmers and conservationists gathered to talk about ways they can work together to shape the Vineyard's future...

Howard Attebery died this past February at the age of 94 but his lab equipment and his memory will live on at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter...

A draft of the federal budget eliminates the National Sea Grant College Program, raising alarm among aquaculturists and others who benefit from the...

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More than 25 chili makers head for Oak Bluffs this Saturday, March 25, to vie for the title of best chili.

Edgartown selectmen voted Monday to renew the aquaculture license of Francis (Sandy) Fisher, but with the proviso that his lease will not be renewed...

We have a large nine-year-old long-haired cat named Mr. Fluff who resembles a Maine coon cat.

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