To all the people on Martha’s Vineyard that made sacrifices to help keep the rates of Covid infection low, we salute you.
At a recent Dukes County Health Council meeting, those present witnessed what a community responsive hospital looks like.
While riding the ferry recently, I was seated near a young couple traveling with a small cooler, a fishing rod and a map of the Vineyard.
I am writing to thank town administrator Robert Whritenour and the selectmen and department heads who have created the wonderful new Oak Bluffs beach...
The Island has lost a great friend.
On Saturday, Sept. 5, Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard had its first Islandwide yard sale.
First and foremost, my heart goes out to those who feel they can no longer pay their rent due to the coronavirus.
What started out as John’s suggestion in late March to Stephen and Susan Bowen, Waterside Market owners, to provide free meals to hospital workers...
The U.S. Navy is inviting comments on its proposed remedial action plan for Nomans.
My parents brought us up with exhortations to give back and leave the world better than you found it.
This morning there were surveyors with plans for the Beach Road shared use path that is going in at a cost of over $10 million and after years of...
During this time of pandemic, the Island has become a new permanent home to many people seeking a safe haven for their loved ones and themselves.

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