The Federated Church of Martha’s Vineyard is proposing to put its 200-year-old Edgartown parsonage on the market, while simultaneously losing the...
Fuel assistance for commercial fishermen will be available by application this winter, the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust announced.
Car horns, cheers and applause rang out across the parking lot at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church in Vineyard Haven Sunday afternoon, celebrating the...
Greg G. Clark won the grand prize in a quiet ceremony Sunday afternoon as the 75th derby came to a close.
Despite a pandemic and striped bass being out of contention, the 75th derby has been a success on all levels.
Dukes County family and probate court judge Peter Smola has heard cases that run the gamut from custody battles to conservatorships.
Richard Clark, longtime Steamship Authority terminal agent in Vineyard Haven, will retire Friday after 41 years on the job. He started with the boat...
Ed and Steve Amaral fished the first Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish derby in 1946 when they were 10 and nine years old, respectively.
Edgartown Harbor was recently named a site on the Underground Railroad as part of 12 new listings made this year.
High winds made for an uncharacteristically slow Columbus Day weekend as the 75th Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby heads into its...
What can the ocean tell us about ourselves? Three raconteurs set out to answer the question last Wednesday night in the most recent installment of...
When congregations return at last to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs, they will be greeted by an old acquaintance as they’ve never seen — or heard — it...

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