More than half a dozen World War II-era planes paid a visit to Martha’s Vineyard Sunday, landing at the Katama Airfield, and putting on a small show...
Fifty-six years after sailing into the Vineyard Haven harbor for the first time, Shenandoah ­— the one-of-a-kind, square-rigged topsail schooner ­­—...
A state police bomb squad recovered and disposed of ordnance that washed up in Edgartown over the weekend.
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum board of directors announced this week that it has elected a new slate of officers.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum reopens to the public Friday, with admission by timed ticketing.
Grocer Steve Bernier, author Skip Finley and community chronicler Julia Germani are this year’s recipients of the Martha’s Vineyard Medal.
The Flying Horses carousel in Oak Bluffs will remain closed this season, to protect the historic carved horses from sanitizer damage.
Two of the Island’s four cinemas will soon be showing movies again, as the third phase of pandemic reopening begins. But many businesses are taking a...
Escorted by police, World War II veterans Bob Falkenberg and Herb Foster will ride in a Jeep down Main Street and back to the Edgartown School.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum reopens its campus to the public July 3, with free admission five days a week.
Phil Wallis, who moved to the Vineyard in 2016 to take over the top post at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum will step down, museum leaders said in a...
The richly historic Feast of the Holy Ghost, a 100-year summer tradition in Oak Bluffs, will pause this summer, the Portuguese-American Club said.

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