The Trinity Episcopal Church bell returned Tuesday after a five-year hiatus. It first rang in 1889.
The Martha's Vineyard Branch of the NAACP holds a second panel discussion on police reform in Massachusetts.
Island Grown Initiative, the West Tisbury Congregational Church and the Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group are among the 23 recipients sharing $186,...
The Island Autism Group and the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank have teamed up to purchase a 17.5-acre former farm on Lambert’s Cove Road in West Tisbury...
Chilmark selectmen created a plan for a coronavirus public awareness campaign at an emergency meeting with the board of health Thursday.
When Dr. Jim Haney, a professor of biological science at the University of New Hampshire, first saw the results of cyanobacteria sampling from six of...
The house at 25 Butler avenue in Oak Bluffs, a gingerbread cottage familiarly known as the Pink House, is beginning a new era.
A short-staffed Cronig’s Market reopened to the public Thursday morning after a coronavirus case cluster among employees caused the Island grocery...
Veterans and onlookers gathered in Ocean Park Wednesday morning under gray skies and warm temperatures for a ceremony in honor of Veterans Day.
Edgartown town administrator James Hagerty said his marine tours in Iraq were great training for leading his town during a pandemic.
Veterans Day on the Vineyard will look different this year as the traditional parade down Lake avenue in Oak Bluffs has been cancelled.
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services has appointed five new board members: Leah Brown, Patricia S. Favreau, Gary Foster, Howard E. Goldstein and...

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