he two-week deer shotgun season opened on Monday, and the woods were filled with camouflage and bright orange.
Closed since March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Martha’s Vineyard Boys & Girls Club Second Hand Store will not be reopening at its longtime...
The Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard will re-grant the state funds to Island organizations providing relief and support for those suffering...
Thanksgiving weekend brought the usual holiday shoppers to down-Island towns, though not in the numbers and density of pre-pandemic seasons.
The Harbor Homes winter shelter at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown opened its doors for the first time Sunday night and two guests enjoyed a hot...
Five years after a community campaign raised more than $1 million to renovate and reopen the Capawock and Strand, the two historic movie houses are...
Over nearly four decades of providing end-of-life support and grief counseling to Island families, Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard has proudly operated...
Many on the Island know her as the woman in the yellow rain boots, the leader of the Black Lives Matter kneel-ins every morning at Beetlebung Corner...
Shotgun season for deer hunting begins Monday, Nov. 30 in Massachusetts, and state officials are encouraging hunters to register their take online...
The popular Island radio host has won three Massachusetts Broadcasters Association awards for her Vineyard Current public affairs program.
Steve Bernier, the owner of Cronig’s Market and a fixture in the Island community, was due to return home to the Island Tuesday.
Island churches, nonprofit organizations, Stop & Shop and countless volunteers teamed up to provide over 400 Thanksgiving meals to Vineyard...

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