The health and economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are causing increased demand for supplemental food on Martha’s Vineyard, according to a...
Southern New England lobster stocks have declined to record lows in recent years according to scientists and regulators, jeopardizing the future of a...
Towns around the Island are looking to discourage trick-or-treating and large gatherings, while also trying to come up with creative solutions.
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital will close its dental clinic after the departure of its only dentist, a hospital spokesman confirmed.
As Halloween approaches it’s not just worries about ghosts and goblins that have folks on edge. There is a pumpkin shortage on the Vineyard.
The West Tisbury Library invites Islanders to enter a juried photography show that will be featured online in December.
A series of diversity, equity, and inclusion programs begins this month, sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative.
The Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded $80,500 in grants and donations to 10 nonprofits on Martha's Vineyard and in Falmouth.
The eclectic pet store nestled in the woods off State Road in West Tisbury and home to all manner of creatures, is closing Dec. 31.
The Red Stocking Fund is taking applications from Island families online through Nov. 30.
Last week, here in the hinterlands of West Tisbury, a serious frost — actually more like several hours of freezing temperatures — finished off my...
At this time, our Island animal shelter remains open for official business and by appointment only.