Fore! Fairways Are Open Again

Groundskeepers had worked overtime around the Island to get golf courses ready for last Monday's opening and golfers were eager to hit the links.

Memorial Day Weekend Begins With Saturday Washout

The first full day of the Memorial Day weekend was a washout on the Vineyard, with buckets of rain flooding roads and turning streams into mini rushing rivers. The National Weather Service reported 3.37 inches of rainfall in Edgartown. A backyard weather station in West Tisbury reported four inches.

Windemere Testing Turns Up No Positive Cases Among Residents, Staff

A comprehensive coronavirus testing program for about 100 residents and staff at Windemere has returned nearly perfect results.

MVYouth Grants $150,000 to Child Care Providers

An emergency fund established by MVYouth to support early childcare providers on the Vineyard has awarded $150,000, the organization announced.

No New Cases; Island Health Officials Remain Vigilant

Martha’s Vineyard health officials reported no new coronavirus cases for the seventh straight day Saturday

SSA Closes Oak Bluffs Terminal After Seastreak Employee Reports Covid Contact

The Oak Bluffs terminal building was abruptly closed Friday afternoon after the report from a shoreside employee for the ferry Seastreak.

Summer Guidelines on Martha’s Vineyard, Questions and Answers

Here is a list of answers to frequently asked questions that provide some general guidelines for returning seasonal residents and visitors.

Venus, Mercury and Crescent Moon

For those looking in the western sky tonight, two planets are side by side.

Strict Rules Prevail in Menemsha for Holiday Weekend

Bracing for a possibly bustling Memorial Day weekend, Chilmark selectmen have taken steps to deter crowds from gathering in Menemsha.

County Names New Airport Commissioner

The Dukes County commission voted to appoint Robert Zeltzer to the Martha’s Vineyard airport commission at a meeting Wednesday.