The Carnegie, the newly rebranded name for the old Carnegie Library on North Water street in Edgartown, is set for a grand reopening next month.
Edgartown cemetery commissioner Elizabeth Villard led a three-year gravestone restoration effort.
On Sunday Grace Church became the 28th site on the African American Heritage Trail.
Just over 20 years ago this week, the Island’s smallest town voted to rebrand itself from Gay Head to Aquinnah, the area’s original Native American...
Celebrate the restoration of the 17th and 18th century gravestones at Tower Hill Cemetery on Friday, May 18 at 1 p.m.
Two state grants totaling $71,000 will go toward the restoration of the historic Vanderhoop Homestead in Aquinnah, town leaders learned late last...
Tuesdays in the Newsroom will conclude on Tuesday, May 15 with an inside look at the process by which the newspaper is produced each week.
The Grace Episcopal Church in Vineyard Haven is set to become the newest site on the African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard.
For two years, West Tisbury resident Marc Favreau combed through images and countless other sources to create his first book, Crash: A History of the...
Phyllis Vecchia recently brought Abigail Adams, Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Clinton to the Vineyard for a four-month stay.
A two-minute clip of historic scenes were shot in and around Oak Bluffs by three different families between the early 1930s and early 1970s.
The Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust will now be known as Vineyard Trust.