In her first year as president of Wellesley College, Paula Johnson found herself in the thick of debate over free speech on college campuses.
About 50 people attended an event at the Union Chapel Monday morning intended to provoke discussion about freedom of speech on college campuses,...
Parade floats and barbecues are all on the docket today as the Island readies for a day full of Fourth of July festivities. Celebrations are planned...
State budget cuts have resulted in the elimination of a part-time housing counselor for the coming year. Advocates for the homeless say the position...
The end of an ambitious fundraising campaign inched a little closer this week for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, which has raised nearly $20 million...
Thirty years ago this week, the Vineyard was under siege by developers. Worried that the big money was winning, a group of Islanders led by the late...
The new Chilmark minister, Charlotte Wright, preaches her first sermon at the church on Sunday, July 2. She has been visiting the Island since the...
The Edgartown parade will start promptly at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, with thousands expected to attend. Children's parades will take place in Aquinnah and...
Questions about board governance, community relations and the relationship of the hospital to its parent company have come to the fore.

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