The West Tisbury police department has named Sgt. Matthew Gebo as the 2019 police officer of the year.
Three weeks ago, Steve Rusckowski, CEO of Quest Diagnostics had an idea. He shared it with his longtime landscaper and friend Michael Donaroma.
A Vineyard Gazette survey about the upcoming summer on Martha’s Vineyard tapped a torrent of health worries and confusion.
Thousands of fresh oysters will be distributed to Island families and school children this weekend, thanks to an anonymous benefactor who donated...
The sound of blaring sirens and horns echoed from Edgartown to Vineyard Haven Tuesday afternoon as a long line of police, fire and rescue vehicles...
The 61st annual West Tisbury Library book sale has been canceled. Sheds at the West Tisbury School are still available for donations
Leah Cimeno, Charlotte Cramer and Holden Graczykowski are winners of the Edgartown Board of Trade’s annual Mother’s Day essay contest.
The Edgartown Fourth of July parade — one of the Island’s premier summer events — has been canceled, the last in a long line of signature festivities...
As a gesture to honor medical professionals and grocery store workers on the front lines of the pandemic, Island police, fire and others plan to...
Islanders with 3-D printers have been manufacturing frames for face shields to protect wearers from infection.
The Vineyard Trust's new 20 Landmarks in 2020 campaign seeks to replace the funds that would have been raised at its summer events.
A six-week, interactive social media campaign begins next week designed to encourage Vineyard households to limit the amount of food they throw away.

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