The award will go to Francine Kelly and Ann Smith in recognition of their work to promote the arts on the Vineyard. Ms. Kelly is former executive...

The retail price of the antibiotic routinely prescribed for treatment of Lyme disease has shot up in recent months, causing consternation among...

Salt marshes are among the most productive ecosystems on earth. But many are threatened due to erosion and sea level rise. At Sengekontacket a group...

The Island Housing Trust and Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank paid $1.2 million for the property off State Road in Vineyard Haven, with a plan to build...

When Truman Capote hunkered down in Kansas to research what would become his book In Cold Blood, Oak Bluffs resident Don Cullivan, an old army buddy...

How do you go about fixing a whaling logbook damaged centuries ago by water? It sounds odd, but among the first things an expert might do is soak the...

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Rachel Miller, a co-founder of the Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, is the guest presenter at the Sail Martha’s Vineyard dinner lecture on...

Hear tales — or is it tails? — from the animal shelter next week as the Unitarian Universalist Society hosts the Neighborhood Convention on April 7...

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...

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