The Vineyard girls tennis team continued a stellar season with a win over Bishop Feehan Friday in their last home game of the regular season.

In a cost cutting move, the U.S. Coast Guard has proposed removing 31 navigation buoys from waters surrounding Martha’s Vineyard.

A group of Aquinnah residents are wrangling for a finance advisory committee, which they say would increase efficiency in the Island’s smallest town.

A plan to overhaul the athletic fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School with artificial turf is the subject of growing controversy.

The 137-year-old Wesley Hotel has been reborn as Summercamp, combining history and whimsy with splashes of color. The hotel reopened Thursday.

It has always seemed to us that the harvest time is productive of the highest degree of satisfaction that mere man ever knows.

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Walter J. Burke of the Good Shepherd Parish in Vineyard Haven is one of 81 laypersons in the Fall River Diocese to receive the annual Marian Award.

The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

The shelter has a couple of new residents. Otis is an orange male cat, approximately 12 years old, with a white-tipped tail. He has the softest fur.

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