Three years after its Spanish-style tile roof was replaced with red asphalt shingles, the 1905 stone bank on Main street in Vineyard Haven is getting...
Repairs are under way this fall at the East Chop Lighthouse, the historic cast-iron tower that sits on Telegraph Hill, its beacon flashing green-...
Capping a lengthy and at times emotional process, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission begrudgingly approved the historic Mill House demolition 13-1...
After four months at sea, sailing through the Great Lakes and down the coast of Maine, the historic vessel pulled into Vineyard Haven Sunday...
Every year, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) gathers for its annual powwow — a festive two-day celebration of tribal heritage.
On Jan. 6, 1961, U.S District Court Judge W. A. Bootle ordered the immediate admission of two black students to the University of Georgia, ending 160...
Nearly four months after it was razed, the historic Mill House came before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review late last week.
Prize-winning vegetables and flower arrangements, the buzz of the chainsaw as woodsmen competed, Best in Show for man’s best friend — notes on the...
Hundreds of fair-goers streamed onto the grounds off Panhandle Road in West Tisbury for day two of the 158th annual Agricultural Society Fair. The...
A team of munitions surveyors from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has confirmed the discovery of a World War II-vintage Helldiver buried off...
While Chappaquiddick left an indelible mark on the Vineyard, the broadscale population change and development that occurred on the Island over the...
An exhibit titled And Still We Rise: Race Culture and Visual Conversations, includes more than 40 quilts and is on display at the Mariposa Museum and...

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