Christopher Scott of Edgartown is the newest member of the board of directors at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Island public schools are taking a hard look at policies protecting LGBTQ students through proposed changes to the anti-bias policy.
Beach access, erosion and the effects of climate change were all topics of discussion at the annual Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Association banquet...
Saturday’s Burns Nicht Supper at the Harbor View Hotel was one of the best attended in years, with close to 120 people turning out.
In his basement office in Chilmark, Edward Grazda has stacks of boxes labeled by the places he’s photographed over an acclaimed career behind the...
Dennis daRosa is at the wheel of the daRosa Corporation’s white van. It’s a cold winter day and he is making the rounds with customers.
Phil Weinstein has become a regular presence each fall, teaching classes on the great authors, from Melville to Tolstoy, Faulkner and Joyce.
Dylan D’Haeze is a 14-year-old filmmaker on a mission. Already, at his young age, he has produced a series of documentaries called Kids Can Save the...
There is a six to seven year old female Plott Hound mix looking for a new forever home.