This has been a wonderful week for adoptions.
The Climate Cafe discussion about storm and emergency preparedness was led by local high school students on Sunday morning.
Workforce housing, an all-ages dental center and a sea-based education program are all receiving six-digit grants from the Martha’s Vineyard Bank...
In 1944, four-year-old George Hartman watched the Germans march out of Brussels, and the British march in.
Last week may have been a slow week for adoptions but Winnie, the Bengal, does have an adoption pending.
Martha’s Vineyard joins the rest of the country in solemn celebration of the national holiday honoring those who have served.
MV Center for Education and Training (MVCET) has been awarded the Nonprofit of the Year 2022 Award for outstanding businesses by SCORE Cape Cod...
Philip J. (Jeffrey) Norton Jr., the longtime Edgartown town moderator who had led town meetings with a deft hand and dry wit for 43 years, died...
Four of the Flying Horses, all injured in service at their eponymous Oak Bluffs carousel, now sit in the woodworking shop of West Tisbury shipwright...
We are delighted to report that we have a number of adoptions in the past week.
In an unusual case, four Chappaquiddick property owners are suing the Vineyard Open Land Foundation seeking to bar the nonprofit from selling a three...
The Chilmark select board considered two Menemsha dock disputes on Tuesday evening. The meeting highlighted differing approaches by the town...

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