David White, longtime artistic director at the Yard, is retiring Sept. 30 after a 50-year career in dance performance and presentation.
The morning vigils are just one piece of a larger picture of social activism.
The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with events including three public...
A major gift from an anonymous donor was announced this week by the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society, providing a boost for the venerable...
Longtime Oak Bluffs resident Andrea Taylor has been named the first senior diversity officer at Boston University.
The annual Chicken Alley Art and Collectibles Sale is taking place online from August 12 through the end of the month.
T-shirts and posters for the 2020 Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair can be purchased online and picked up at the farmers market or shipped.
Donors who want to help Island causes can check a posted list of critical unmet needs on the Martha's Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative website.
Sept. 15 is the application deadline for grants from the Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard.
Chris Kennedy, the gatekeeper to Wasque, is retiring from the Trustees of Reservations after being on the job since 1988.
About 1,550 runners will be “running together apart” in the organization’s first-ever, pandemic-friendly virtual race.
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society will hold its annual August fair virtually this year in an online event the weekend of August 20.