Let's take another moment to appreciate the hard work put in by our road crews during our most recent blizzard. Tim Johnson was out there at the height of the snowstorm to capture the variety of trucks, plows, and bobcats used.

January 29, 2015

As Wednesday dawned, Vineyarders woke up to blue skies and a white landscape. After a day and a half of howling winds and driving snow, the Island was covered in snow drifts several feet high. Snow plows and shovels were in demand as the Island started to dig out.

January 28, 2015

A January blizzard lashed the Island late Monday into Tuesday, bringing driving snow and howling winds.

January 27, 2015

From gas stations to grocery stores, the Island was bustling Monday morning as people prepared for a winter storm bearing down on the Island.

January 26, 2015

The bar was stocked with scotch, bagpipes provided music and haggis was on the menu Saturday night as the Martha's Vineyard Scottish Society hosted their 28th annual Burns Nicht supper. The celebration pays tribute to Robert Burns, the Bard of Scotland. 

January 25, 2015

Chili cooks came from as far away as Worcester to compete in WMVY's 29th annual Big Chili festival, and more than 1,700 attendees were on hand to taste the resu

January 24, 2015

While keeping a wary eye on possible weather early next week, Islanders went about their daily lives this past week enjoying unseasonable mildness. Lunch breaks on piers, coffee breaks on park benches, and beach walks to take advantage of the beauty that surrounds us.

January 22, 2015

The Vineyard in January. Not as many people see her then. Strapping on ice skates replaces pulling on bathing suits and a walk on the beach may find you alone instead of weaving through pockets of people on blankets. But the beauty remains.

January 16, 2015

Circuit avenue was the setting for a large fire drill Sunday morning involving three Island fire departments. Up to 60 fire and rescue personnel responded to the Lampost Sunday morning for a simulated fire on the second floor dance area.

January 11, 2015

In January, the Martha's Vineyard Ice Arena is one of the busiest spots on the Island. The ice rink is the home ice for the regional high school hockey teams, and hosts hockey practices and games for all ages, skating lessons and figure skating.

January 10, 2015

Winter truly arrived this week on the Vineyard with frigid temperatures and snow furries powdering the landscape.

January 9, 2015

A week into the new year, the Vineyard has had its first snap of bitter cold. The temperatures fell to 3 degrees in Edgartown overnight on Wednesday, with the wind chill making it feel even colder.

January 8, 2015

The Vineyard greeted the new year with cold temperatures (a high of 41 degrees).

January 2, 2015

Champagne was ready for toasting and the Sultans of Swing and Mike Benjamin Band provided tunes.

January 1, 2015