The animal of the week is Toby.
Phil Wallis has been named executive director of the Vineyard Open Land Foundation, the organization announced this week.
The spring electronics disposal benefit, taking place Saturday, has a new location — the high school parking lot.
In 1983 Ndume Olatushani was convicted of murder and sentenced to death in Memphis, Tenn. — a city in which he had never set foot, for a crime he did...
Sean Murphy, the well-known Island attorney and Edgartown town meeting moderator, died Friday night after battling cancer. His death was confirmed...
This week we’re featuring our adorable guinea pigs. We currently have four looking for homes.
Longtime Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival staffer Brian Ditchfield will take over as the organization’s artistic and executive director, leaders...
After establishing a group home in Vineyard Haven for formerly homeless men, Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard is preparing to launch a similar...
A feature film with deep Martha’s Vineyard roots is about to get its long-awaited streaming release, more than a year after the pandemic derailed a...
Stories of fruitless housing searches and expiring leases are not new on the Island. But this year, the perennial challenge of finding season-long...
Thank you so much to this week’s adopters. Black bunny Peeps is in store for a lifetime of love.
At Monday's Covid forum over 15 community leaders gave presentations about the spread of the virus on the Island this spring.

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