Drivers navigating Island roads will once again be dealing with the hazards of rented mopeds this summer.
A changing of the guard is now taking place in fields and meadows as pink and white clover tall grasses yield to oxeye daisies.
The wild buttercups have been beautiful this year, great drifts of them strewn across meadows and lawns.
The Island has always prided itself on being a place apart from the mainland.
Moped rentals on Martha’s Vineyard are clearly headed in the direction of the heath hen.
Unafraid to stand up for environmental protection, Tisbury has been staying a step ahead in the race to save the coastal ponds.
Nature’s coming out party has been delayed a little this year by rain, cold and damp.
Voters in three Vineyard towns went to the polls last week and spoke for change, electing newcomers over incumbents.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) marked the thirtieth anniversary of its federal recognition this week.