Three organizations that serve hundreds of Island youth have received grants totaling $511,000 from MVYouth, a community fund begun two years ago.
Sonika Vaid, a 20-year-old singer and Vineyard summer resident, continues to advance through the rounds in the final season of American Idol.
Group sessions begin this week for family members and friends of people experiencing substance abuse.
Not to early to think baseball, especially collegiate summer league ball.
Two workshops involving collaborative problem solving for kids will be held on March 7 and 8 — one for parents and one for educators.
Stop & Shop workers in the region that includes Martha’s Vineyard are at the bargaining table. Local 328 represents 11,000 clerks and cashiers at...
At the far western tip of the Island, Wayward Wampum has remained open since Labor Day, expanding the social landscape in a remote area.
The Oak Bluffs water district hopes to offset costs by developing a three-megawatt solar array off Barnes Road.
With heroin use a rising concern on the Cape and Islands, the Penikese School has announced plans to reopen as a residential treatment center.

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