A new campaign called The Waiting Little of the Month showcases a child looking to be matched with a big brother or sister.
An audience of about 60 people attended a presentation at the Katharine Cornell Theatre about the ROE act, which would lift some of the state’s...
This year’s Battle in the Bluffs consisted of free youth camps and clinics for younger players and culminated on Saturday with an all-star game for...
We've had a first at the shelter: our first ever Guinea pig birth occurred last Saturday!
Good Friday Edgartown Federated Church, 45 South Summer street, Good Friday observance, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. federatedchurchmv.org. Grace Episcopal...
Islanders live in a seasonal cycle, a golden ring, if you will, that carries us from the extremes of summer frenzy to the extremes of winter...
Cape Cod 5 recently presented grants of $25,000 to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum and Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.
The Providence VA Medical Center, Veterans Benefits Administration's Providence Regional Office and the Cape Cod Vet Center will host a town hall...
In response to a proposed 34-lot Edgartown subdivision, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted Thursday to add more teeth to its affordable housing...
After nearly a century of calling Edgartown home, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum has closed on the sale of its School street property for $4 million.
A new cello teacher for Island children and extra support for the homeless will be possible thanks to grants from the Permanent Endowment.
In their new book, Walking Each Other Home: Conversations on Loving and Dying, spiritual teachers Ram Dass and Mirabai Bush share intimate dialogues...

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