Award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson's new documentary The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution aired last month on PBS.
All our residents are hoping someone will come into the shelter and fall in love with them so they can find their forever homes.
As the days lengthen and the weather grows even milder, farmers around the Island are pulling out potting soil and clearing greenhouses.
James Pond was the place to be on Tuesday, as fishermen, town officials and others pulled on waders to help clear a channel for herring.
Plans are developing for a state-designated cultural district in Oak Bluffs, and interested parties are invited to attend an informational meeting.
One chapter ends and another begins this weekend as the old Edgartown Public Library is closed to make way for the opening of the new town library.
With high turnout, Vineyard voters backed businessman Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders in Tuesday's closely watched presidential primary.
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.