I would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to write and express their opinions about ticks and tick-borne illnesses on Martha’s Vineyard.
Last week I was finally able to visit what apparently is becoming a must-see on the Island: the Gay Head Lighthouse.
Wthout serious planning and active measures to reduce traffic, congestion on our roads will increase, and conflicts will become ever more intense.
Years ago, I was working in King Cove, Alaska, and was surprised to see the Auriga, a former freight boat from the Vineyard.
The Island recently lost a familiar face and we already miss her terribly. Karen Harris washed ashore decades ago and found a place for herself among...
I’ve sometimes wondered whether we would ever see the obit announcing that the death of a particular Islander means that the very last tie to the old...
The Island Theatre stands as the largest and one of the oldest buildings on Circuit avenue — Motif No. 1 in Oak Bluffs.
And then, like September herself waved a magic wand, the Island is transformed.
I have lived on the Vineyard since 1979 and am recovering from my fourth bout of Lyme disease.