A fire which apparently began in a malfunctioning ceiling fan at the Madison Inn brought a quick response from the Oak Bluffs fire department Tuesday...
Armed with makeshift flags made of feed bags, a farm crew waved, herded, and cajoled 150 soon-to-be Thanksgiving turkeys down a woodland path.
The West Tisbury Library is pleased to announce the installation of another mural by Vineyard artist Linda Carnegie.
The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) will host its transitional internship program on Martha’s Vineyard for the 2018 school year.
Marianne A. Greene, a member of the Good Shepherd Parish in Vineyard Haven, will be among 82 recipients of the Marian Medal this year.
The Island Grown Initiative has been awarded a grant of $5,000 from CARE for the Cape and Islands.
The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard will dedicate its 27th site on Friday Nov. 24.
The Vineyard community paid tribute to the valor and sacrifice of those who served in America’s armed forces at a Veterans Day ceremony on Saturday.
By long tradition, the installation at the Avenue of the Flags at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven began early Saturday, a cold, blustery day...