Veterans, merchant mariners and others who have served in the U.S. forces are invited to the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center’s Shabbat service on...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission plowed through a packed agenda for over three hours last Thursday night, approving proposals to store landscaping...
She’s had her first 100 days, her first summer — including her first Possible Dreams Auction — and now Martha’s Vineyard Community Services executive...
When he leads a service, Reverend Bill Clark, 61, wears a starched white hat and a rainbow-colored stole. He walks up and down the aisle during the...
Red Stocking applications are available beginning Oct. 25 at locations around the Island. Red Stocking provides clothing, food and toys for Vineyard...
The 23rd Annual CROP Walk is Sunday, Oct. 27 with walkers meeting at 1:25 p.m. at St. Augustine’s Church on Franklin street in Vineyard Haven. The...
The Animal Shelter has an A.P.B. out for the owner of a large male cat found on Mount Aldworth avenue in Vineyard Haven. This handsome gentleman was...
It’s the time of year when dressing up in your alter ego superman character is embraced, when candy corn makes an appearance and ghosts come out to...
New winter times are in place until June 2014 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven. Friday night Shabbat services begin at 5:30 p...

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