Dogs will not be allowed on Lambert’s Cove Beach for the remainder of the pandemic, the West Tisbury board of health announced Friday.
As the country reels over protests and violence in Minneapolis, Martha’s Vineyard police chiefs issued a statement late Friday.
The first round of comprehensive coronavirus testing on the Vineyard commenced with a slow rollout on Thursday.
After years of remote employment in the corporate world, Cindra Trish now has an office at Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, an easy bike ride...
A Zoom performance to celebrate senior theatre students takes place Friday, May 29 at 4 p.m.
Island Grown Initiative is preparing to serve up to 800 free lunches a day to Martha’s Vineyard children this summer.
Martha’s Vineyard Magazine has published the 2020 Martha’s Vineyard Island Guide, a glossy 128-page homage to the best the Island has to offer.
The richly historic Feast of the Holy Ghost, a 100-year summer tradition in Oak Bluffs, will pause this summer, the Portuguese-American Club said.
Christians of all denominations are invited to gather in their vehicles at the Park and Ride in Edgartown at noon for a procession down Main street...
Edgartown’s inchoate European model for downtown avenues and restaurants came into focus on Tuesday, as town administrator James Hagerty aired...
Sparse ferry traffic, sleepy harbors, quiet streets and an unprecedented pandemic: the Vineyard experienced its slowest Memorial Day in recent memory.
Light crowds and every kind of weather were the hallmarks of the holiday weekend on the Vineyard this year, with fishermen hitting the shorelines...

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