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...
India Rose, owner of Hustle Sports Marketing and Hustle & Thrive Company, has partnered with Connective Inc.
Now in its second year, the Food Equity Network, an affiliation of business and community leaders, is looking at ways to help Island seniors stay...
Vineyard Weight Loss Center has moved to Woodland Center in Vineyard Haven.
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A report by students at the Conway School of Landscape Design describes ways to create a tourist-friendly experience and stronger sense of community...
Philip Weinstein discusses his new book Jonathan Franzen: The Comedy of Rage beginning at 7 p.m. at the Vineyard Haven Public Library
This short public service announcement describes the Vineyard Gazette's Historic Movies of Martha's Vineyard Project. If you have home movies you...
Veterans, law enforcement officials, Coast Guard members and Boy Scouts marched to the beat of a drum and patriotic music during the annual Memorial...

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