For locals and visitors alike, the Fourth of July is a cornerstone of summer on the Vineyard. This year, with pandemic restrictions eased, Island...
The Edgartown Fourth of July parade and fireworks show are back after a two-year pause. The select board unanimously approved the annual rite of...
Members of the Federated Church in Edgartown voted Sunday to sell the Mayhew Parsonage on South Water street, capping a long planning process that...
How best to preserve the Island’s historic architecture was once again a topic before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last Thursday at a hearing on...
The Vineyard celebrated its first formal Juneteenth holiday in grand style, feeding body and soul.
The Oak Bluffs planning board is set to decide next week on a project at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle that is the last phase of a restoration spanning...
Martha’s Vineyard celebrates Memorial Day today with flag raisings, a parade and a town picnic in Vineyard Haven, capping the holiday weekend that is...
The American Legion Post 257 in Vineyard Haven held its annual Memorial Day parade with a ceremony that saw prayer, speeches and the traditional...
Sailors of all ages gathered at Arrowhead Farm in West Tisbury Saturday to celebrate the 90th birthday of Capt. Robert S. Douglas, the legendary...
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has adopted a new demolition policy for historic buildings as it rethinks its role in preserving the diverse...
Architectural design remains a major sticking point on Aidylberg 3, the plan by Island Elderly Housing to expand its low-income housing complex off...
Three and a half centuries after English soldiers snatched the native Wampanoags’ greatest heirloom, the wampum-beaded belt of slain sachem Metacom...

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