Never count your chickens before they are hatched or your cats before they walk out the door of the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard with a new...
One in every four children in America doesn’t know where their next meal is coming from. It’s an issue that has often passed quietly under the radar...
They stood 21 strong, their backs to the harbor, shirts billowing in the sea breeze, cheered on by honking cars, applause and exclamations of...
Chris and Lynn McDonnell spent their vacation on the Vineyard this year the way they always do. End-to-end walks on Lighthouse Beach, filling Solo...
Edgartown Harbor Master Charlie Blair has just brought the Pointer skiff back to the dock and, still wrapped in his life jacket, he enters his...
The Animal Shelter has some good news and some bad news. First the good news: Michael, the reclusive big black tom, has found a home. It was love at...
Even if you’re not of the athletic persuasion, you can still do your part to bring the Save the Gay Head Lighthouse Committee’s inaugural 5K to...
The Road from Charity to Justice is the topic of the sermon offered by guest preacher the Rev. Cannon Edward Rodman on August 25 and Sept. 1 at the 9...
A new multi-million dollar health institute to aid the elderly, the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, was opened last month in Bristol, England. It is...

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