The Martha's Vineyard Mediation Program will operate fee-free for the rest of 2020, according to an announcement.
The museum reopened its grounds to the public on Friday for the first time since the pandemic hit, but the fanfare will have to wait.
At precisely 5 p.m., World War II veterans Herb Foster, 92, and Bob Falkenberg, 93, set out on a Fourth of July procession through the streets of...
Martha’s Vineyard celebrated the Fourth of July with quiet celebrations in the morning, and later in the day on the water and at the shore. The...
Every year, during the first week of July, friends and family descend upon the Mello house to wish David Mello a Happy Birthday.
For many Americans of color, the Fourth of July has meant something different. In a morning conversation at Inkwell Beach, three Polar Bears reflect.
With the Fourth of July parade and fireworks cancelled, downtown Edgartown won’t be the same this weekend. A handful of smaller events are planned.
Escorted by police, World War II veterans Bob Falkenberg and Herb Foster will ride in a Jeep down Main Street and back to the Edgartown School.
William Bishop of the Edgartown police department was formally promoted to sergeant in an outdoor ceremony Wednesday at police headquarters.
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Two key Martha’s Vineyard nonprofits, Island Grown Initiative and the Island Food Pantry, announced this week that they will merge in 2021.
Nemo Bolin’s culinary journey has taken him from the Vineyard to Boston, the West Coast and Providence, R.I. Most recently he took first prize in an...