The iconic general store will not reopen this summer due to extensive damage caused by a fire last Thursday, the building’s owner said.

Conrad Neumann, the deeply rooted Chilmark native, distinguished oceanographer and poet, died Monday in Durham, N.C. He was 85.

The Glass Mendacity, presented by the Peter H. Luce Play Readers at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center Saturday afternoon, is a comic mash-up.

Vineyarders clad in kilts and other forms of tartan gathered Saturday for a dinner at the Portuguese American Club to honor Bard of Scotland.

Paul Karasik always wanted to be a cartoonist — as a kid he would collect superhero comics and flip through New Yorker cartoons.

In a formal presentation, consultant and designer Chris Huntress recommended that a new track include an artificial turf infield.


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In an effort to help those affected by the federal government shutdown numerous Island organizations are reaching out to help.

The Democratic Council of Martha’s Vineyard elected new members on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019.

John C. Wallace, 23, of Edgartown, plead not guilty to Dec. 23, 2018 charges of drunken driving, marked lanes violation, and negligent operation of a...