A new home for the Center for Living is a step closer to reality, after the Dukes County Commission voted last week to borrow money to buy the former...
High school class valedictorian Samantha Potter reflects on her high school years as she prepares to leave the Vineyard to attend the U.S. Air Force...
We still have two of the three sister Shih Tzus. One was adopted, but Brownie and Oreo are both available.
Now that the Barn, Bowl and Bistro is open for business, the bowling center has announced it is time to sign up for league bowling.
Island golfers came out to Farm Neck last weekend for the 21st annual Children’s Benefit Golf Tournament.
The Red Cross is looking for blood donors, and Vineyarders will have a chance to help the cause at a blood drive on the Island later this month.
The Sense of Wonder Creations spring art show and benefit will be held on Friday and Saturday June 12 and 13 from 1 to 5 p.m.
For the second year in a row, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been named one of the top 20 critical access hospitals in the country.
Forced out of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, John Hirt and his wife sought refuge with family on Martha's Vineyard. Ten years later, Mr....