The Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation invites anyone walking one of its properties on Monday to snap and share a photo.
Vineyard men of all ages lined the seawall in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon to take a stand against domestic violence in the Island’s ninth...
The Flying Horses carousel in Oak Bluffs will remain closed this season, to protect the historic carved horses from sanitizer damage.
On Wednesday, youth and teens from around the country will tune in to World Without Exploitation’s third annual Youth Summit on sexual exploitation...
More than 6,000 Island workers spanning nearly 900 small businesses, nonprofits and sole proprietorships had their jobs preserved through the PPP.
A report commissioned by MVYouth examined youth services for Island children from birth through age 25. It found the greatest gap in services is for...
When the pandemic hit, six-year-old Henry Scott was in kindergarten at the Martha’s Vineyard Charter School and two-year-old Deirdre Scott was in...
At this time, our Island animal shelter remains open for official business and by appointment only.
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced Wednesday that Dr. Elizabeth Folcarelli has been selected as its new chief executive officer.
The Martha’s Vineyard Boys and Girls Club opened its doors again on Monday after being closed for nearly 114 days due to the pandemic.
The Summer Institute is gearing up for a virtual season this year with seven speakers scheduled to present via Zoom.
Opposing all violence on Martha's Vineyard, the annual men's demonstration at the Vineyard Haven seawall takes place Sunday.

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