We wait for the inevitable arrival of the coronavirus like a slow-moving tidal wave, certain only that it will be terrible when it comes.
It is only a matter of time before COVID-19 reaches Martha’s Vineyard, and preparedness plans are emerging.
The Dukes County Commission made a sensible choice this week in appointing James Malkin as the new Steamship Authority governor for Martha’s Vineyard.
"I voted" stickers at a Martha's Vineyard town hall
Joining their counterparts across the commonwealth, Island voters will go to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the presidential primary. On the...
Shirtsleeves in January. Spring flowers in February. Buckets of rain, but no snow and ice. A single snowy owl. A dearth of sea ducks.
Cold rain, mud and more rain.
Four years after he was lionized for strengthening the Massachusetts public records law, Gov. Charlie Baker has now quietly put forth a stunning...
For months there has been an air of inevitability in Oak Bluffs about John Rose’s eventual departure as chief of the town fire and ambulance...
What a difference thirty-five years makes.
Last Friday night the middle school basketball championships took place at the regional high school gym.
From beachfronts to government offices, grass roots environmental activism is alive and well among young people on Martha’s Vineyard.
The perennial mild griping about the Steamship Authority among seasonal and full-time Islanders has taken on a new, sharper tone in recent months.