This week’s adoption news is that the Springer Spaniel brothers, Captain and Beacon, have an adoption pending.
Alley’s General Store will likely remain closed throughout the summer, representatives for the Vineyard Trust told the West Tisbury select board...
The Summer Institute series at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center kicks off its season on July 8 with Michael Sandel, a philosopher and Harvard...
Connect to End Violence holds its annual Seawall Stand on Saturday, July 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Vineyard Haven seawall.
The Fluke for Luke fishing tournament takes place this weekend, July 10 and 11, helping to raise funds for the family of Luke Gurney who was killed...
Sam Hart, Islands regional director at the Trustees of Reservations, will leave his position to start a new job at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional...
Since Doug McConnell began doing long swims in 2011 he has only failed to complete two — a 17-hour swim between two Hawaiian islands, and a swim from...
Chilmark softball began its 84th season Sunday at Flanders Field, honoring the sometimes short stop, always avid Sunday morning softball evangelist...
Historically cold and wet weather dampened an otherwise crowded Fourth of July weekend on the Vineyard, with police reporting busy streets, traffic...
In a ceremony at the Coast Guard boathouse in Menemsha Friday morning, senior chief Justin Logval moved up to master chief petty officer — the...
It began in the back yard, a regular repartee between an Edgartown summer resident, Steve Rusckowski, and his trusty landscaper, Michael Donaroma.
Jack Schott flies a new flag every morning on the pole in front of his East Chop home. He travels the summer in historical order, starting with the...

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