About 80 people sang and chanted at the Civil War statue in Oak Bluffs Saturday afternoon in support of counter-protests to the recent events in...
Friday’s deluge of rain turned the grassy parking lots around the fair into mud pits. But on Saturday the sun and heat returned along with lots of...
A scholarship event held at Lola’s last week marked 50 years since Mr. Brooke first held elected office.
Teams lined up for the draft horse pull at the Agricultural Fair Friday were undeterred by the rain. In fact, the wet weather kept the dust to a...
The rescheduled fireworks are set to go off at dusk on Sunday, August 20, over Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs.
On opening day of the 156th annual Agricultural Fair, a small crowd began to gather before the ticketers had arrived. All the thrills and spills take...
On Monday a total solar eclipse will cover a wide strip of the country in darkness. While the Vineyard is a long way from the path of totality,...
The Martha’s Vineyard Transit Authority is moving forward with plans to go electric, with an order placed for four battery all-electric buses.
A volunteer beautification project at the Vineyard Haven post office can remain, but no more donations will be accepted, U.S. postal officials said...

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