Feast of the Holy Ghost Will Pause

The richly historic Feast of the Holy Ghost, a 100-year summer tradition in Oak Bluffs, will pause this summer, the Portuguese-American Club said.

Sail MV Launches Campaign

Sail Martha's Vineyard, also known as Sail MV, aims to raise $200,000.

Trustees to Reopen Beach Gatehouses

June 2 is the reopening date for the beach gatehouses at Norton Point and on Chappaquiddick, according to the Trustees of Reservations.

5-Minute Plays Debut Online

The Martha's Vineyard Playhouse is posting the winning entries in its five-minute play contest, which drew nearly 30 submissions last month.

Hospital Begins Slow Reopening for Non-Covid Patient Care

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is reporting a recent uptick in non-Covid patients as it begins to reopen for the summer.

Pentecostal Car Parade Planned

Christians of all denominations are invited to gather in their vehicles at the Park and Ride in Edgartown at noon for a procession down Main street and blessings from Island pastors.

Edgartown Airs Details for Transforming Downtown Streets This Summer

Edgartown’s inchoate European model for downtown avenues and restaurants came into focus on Tuesday, as town administrator James Hagerty aired various proposals that would close off streets, limit parking and allow for outdoor dining in the summer during the pandemic.

Tisbury Sets Annual Town Meeting for June 13, a Saturday

The Tisbury annual town meeting is set for Saturday, June 13, selectmen confirmed Tuesday.

One New Case Confimed Tuesday, Ending Nine-Day Lull

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new coronavirus case on the Island Tuesday, ending a nine-day stretch with no new cases.

Holiday Weekend Sees Soft Opening

Sparse ferry traffic, sleepy harbors, quiet streets and an unprecedented pandemic: the Vineyard experienced its slowest Memorial Day in recent memory.

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