On July 18, 1969, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy arrived on Martha’s Vineyard to sail in the 43rd annual Edgartown Yacht Club regatta. It was a day the...
At the end of a Fourth of July celebration that spread across every corner of the Island from sunup to sundown, people and cheer filled the streets...
A man, 85 years old with far more than a century of stories to tell, walked toward a small shed behind his humble, white-shingled house on Music...
Fireworks lit up the sky over Vineyard Haven Harbor Saturday night as a finale to the Evening of Discovery gala at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.
The Edgartown summer home that belonged to former Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara changed hands last week.
Hordes of Islanders and non-Islanders came out to the historic Dr. Daniel Fisher House Thursday night for the annual benefit for the Vineyard Trust.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will attempt to reconstruct the timeline of the historic Vineyard Haven home that was demolished without prior...
At a public forum Tuesday night, Oak Bluffs selectmen unanimously agreed adopt the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP’s recommendation.
With the recent discovery of World War II-era bomber buried at Cape Pogue, the clandestine history of the Island’s involvement in World War II has...

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