Early Results Announced, as Comprehensive Coronavirus Testing Gets Underway

All 10 participants in the first round of coronavirus testing at the high school have tested negative for the virus, public health officials announced in a press conference Saturday. Officials also said the light rollout of the new, comprehensive testing facility went smoothly.

Senior Theatre Students Star in the Art of Giving Back

Six solo musicians and a rock group, all seniors at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, took the virtual stage on Zoom and YouTube Friday.

Candidate Forum Announced

The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard hosts an online discussion with West Tisbury candidates June 9.

Dogs Are Banned From Lambert’s Cove Beach

Dogs will not be allowed on Lambert’s Cove Beach for the remainder of the pandemic, the West Tisbury board of health announced Friday.

After Minneapolis, Island Police Chiefs Issue Statement

As the country reels over protests and violence in Minneapolis, Martha’s Vineyard police chiefs issued a statement late Friday.

Governor Sketches Guidelines for Restaurant, Lodging Reopenings

Gov. Charlie Baker announced preliminary guidelines on Friday for shuttered restaurant and lodging services, beginning June 8.

Venus has Disappeared

The brightest planet of the skies has disappeared.

One New Coronavirus Case Reported Thursday

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new case of Covid-19 on Thursday — the second case in three days on the Island after a weeklong case-free lull.

High School Graduations Delayed

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School 2020 graduation is tentatively set for July 26, and the Martha's Vineyard Charter School is looking to the fall for a ceremony.

New Coronavirus Testing Site Begins Rollout

The first round of comprehensive coronavirus testing on the Vineyard commenced with a slow rollout on Thursday.