Island anti-racism advocates are pressing the select board to ensure that the summer camp at the Community Center takes measurable steps against...
A new, permanent collection of work by Island artists was unveiled Saturday morning at the early care and education building at Martha’s Vineyard...
Nevette Previd, a Vineyard Haven consultant who has created and produced numerous Island events including harvest and oyster festivals, has been...
Overnight shelter beds will become available next month for Islanders who are homeless or without heat, but locations have been secured for only six...
A monster bluefish caught from the shore proved to be the lucky charm for Zachary Magid of West Tisbury, who took home the grand prize in the 76th...
Island farms are growing more food, thanks to better infrastructure, attention to soil health, extending the growing season, and capturing more food...
For 35 years, independent grocer Steve Bernier has run Cronig’s Markets with a highly personal touch. Now he will sell the business to Andrea...
Dozens of Wampanoag tribal members from Aquinnah, Chappaquiddick and Mashpee gathered at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Monday afternoon to observe...
Nearly half of the Island’s children aged five and younger have no place to go for care and education while their parents are working, according to...
As the 76th Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby heads into the final week of competition, a day 40 years ago is on a lot of fishermen’s...
The adoption news of the week is that Whitey, our Siamese mix cat, has found her forever home. Here is to years of happiness.
Calls to suicide hot lines are surging amid the strain of a drawn-out pandemic, according to the mental health nonprofit NAMI of Cape Cod and the...

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