This year marks the 100th anniversary of Woodrow Wilson proclaiming Mother’s Day a national celebration in the United States. Take mom out for brunch this morning and then a walk with a camera. And if you can't make it outside, enjoy Tim Johnson's photographs of the Island.

May 9, 2014

A burst of color exploded on Circuit avenue Saturday morning as 21 Martha's Vineyard Little League teams proudly sported their jerseys and marched down the avenue towards their final destination, Veira Park. The parade kicked off the 75th anniversary of Little League.

May 3, 2014

You don't have to be very big at all to reel in a big fish at the annual Rod and Gun Club kids' trout tournament, held Saturday morning at Duarte's Pond in West Tisbury. 

May 3, 2014

Opsrey and piping plovers are back, trees are regaining their suits of green, favorite restaurants are reopening and sailors are getting ready to return their boats to the water. This week, rain fell on daffodils and horses grazed in fields that are growing greener each day.

May 3, 2014

The alpacas at Island Alpaca get just one haircut per year, and it's dramatic. Their winter fleece--about three inches thick on a full-grown adult--gets clipped away, showing off their long legs and long necks. Alpacas were bred specifically for this fleece, which is stronger than wool. 

April 27, 2014

As April comes to a close, green buds are appearing on trees and despite spring showers, each day seems slighly warmer than the last. Join photographer Timothy Johnson for a look at Island images in both rain and shine.

April 25, 2014

The Vineyard Conservation Society's 22nd annual Earth Day beach cleanup inspired volunteers to pick up trash at nearly 25 Island beaches Saturday morning.

April 19, 2014

Islanders hit the beaches to honor Earth Day and pick up trash left over from the long winter. The Vineyard Conservation Society sponsored the event for the 22nd year on the Vineyard. Here are some beach scenes from photographer Tim Johnson.

April 18, 2014

Sheep could be heard bleating and greeting visitors at the Farm Institute this past weekend at the fourth annual Sheepapalooza.

April 13, 2014

Warmer days and still cool nights keep the fog horn sounding and Islanders appreciating the morning fog.

April 11, 2014

By water or by air. There are two ways to reach  the Vineyard. And this week Tim Johnson takes to the sky to record his Island images.

April 3, 2014

Freshman Ben DeBettencourt took home the win at the 17th annual linguini bridge contest, held Monday morning at the regional high school. Ben's bridge, dubbed Anthony, held up 1,500 pounds of weight without cracking or smashing, beating out 98 other entrants in the contest.

March 31, 2014

Students of Rebecca Barca-Tinus took over the Old Whaling Church Sunday for their 24th annual concert on the Vineyard.

March 31, 2014

The upstairs room of the Grange Hall was abuzz with activity Sunday afternoon, as students from the charter school ran through scenes from their upcoming play Peter Pan.

March 30, 2014

The Edgartown shellfish department opened the Great Pond to the sea Friday morning, a ritual that takes place about four times a year. The openings help raise salinity levels and increase circulation in the pond. Steve Handy was the contractor for the project.

March 28, 2014

March certainly came in like a lion, with unseasonably cold temperatures and snow. And while the temperature is a more favorable 50, instead of snow we have heavy rain. At least we won't have to shovel anything!

March 28, 2014