Tick-borne illnesses on Martha’s Vineyard have reached possible record highs this year, as lone star ticks and their larvae spread in the Island’s...
A rapidly growing philanthropic effort to address homelessness on the Island this winter awarded Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard grants totaling $...
Heightened demand for flu vaccinations and slow distribution statewide are causing a temporary shortage of the vaccine for many Island suppliers.
We have kittens. Two eight-week old kittens have come to stay until forever homes can be found.
As fishermen around the Island perfect the art of hooking the big one, artists on land are casting their talents into the mix to help raise money for...
The Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby will partner with Island Grown Initiative to distribute fresh fish for seniors, community meals...
Cancelled in March, the 20th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival returns this week, with screenings that begin Thursday and run through the weekend at...
On the hill that crowns Camp Jabberwocky in Vineyard Haven, a memorial is taking shape that will honor the memories of lost friends.
The weigh station has been buzzing at derby headquarters, as cool autumn days arrive and the fishing heats up. “The fishing has been phenomenal,”...
The Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard remains open for official business and by appointment only.
Looking on from behind a glass pane at the front of Martha’s Vineyard Glassworks, manager Wil Sideman watched as two glassblowers twirled a sphere of...
The family-owned office and art supply store that has been an anchor business at the head of Main street Vineyard Haven for the past four decades...

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