The Nature Conservancy has sold its Lambert’s Cove office to BiodiversityWorks, providing a permanent home for the Vineyard-based wildlife monitoring...
With growing global concern over the coronavirus, Island health officials are bracing for another historic year for a more familiar virus: the flu.
Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation will provide community impact grants with awards totaling $5,000.
Come in and scoop up Mitzi, she won’t last long.
Groundhog Day is Sunday, Feb. 2 and for the 31st year in a row Cynthia Riggs will celebrate with an open house at her home in West Tisbury.
West Tisbury selectmen last week approved a list of commercial events to be held at the Ag Hall this year over the lone objection of selectman...
On Saturday, the Cub Scouts of Martha’s Vineyard held their annual pinewood derby, a tradition that dates back to the early 1950s.
Members of a student-led initiative to eliminate litter on Martha’s Vineyard have spent nearly every Sunday since October combing streets and beaches...
This year marked the 32nd year the Scottish Society has celebrated the birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns.