Thomas Humphrey

A Wreath to Call Your Own
Island florists have you covered with holiday wreaths in every style, not to mention wreath-making classes, wreath-making kits and even holiday wreath fairs.
Read More

Meshacket Commons Housing Development Is Approved
Edgartown will move forward with its largest major affordable housing development in more than a decade, after the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously to approve the Meshacket Commons project.
Read More

Martha’s Vineyard Pays Tribute to Veterans With Solemn Observances
Flag raising and a parade were among the observances Friday as the Vineyard paid quiet tribute to veterans near and far. The morning parade in Oak Bluffs was a multigenerational affair.
Read More

MVC Denies Historic Home Demolition on Look Street
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission denied a proposed historic home demolition on Thursday evening, resolving to protect a 120-year-old Four Square style building in Vineyard Haven.
Read More

Gears of History Keep Turning At the Antique Power Museum
In 1944, four-year-old George Hartman watched the Germans march out of Brussels, and the British march in.
Read More

High School Analyzes Improved MCAS Scores; ELL Population Grows
Island high school students have effectively bounced back from pandemic-era educational challenges with improved MCAS scores, as the English Language Learner program grows.
Read More

Dancing With Confectionery Delight at the Barn Raisers Ball
The dessert table at the Barn Raisers Ball might well be the premier non-savory potluck venue of the Martha's Vineyard off-season.
Read More

Tisbury Residents Vent Frustrations With Beach Road Weekend
Tisbury residents vented about shaking houses, damaged grass, loud noises and heavy traffic during a public meeting Thursday.
Read More

From Hoof to Harness, Flying Horses Get Off-Season Tune-up
Four of the Flying Horses, all injured in service at their eponymous Oak Bluffs carousel, now sit in the woodworking shop of West Tisbury shipwright Myles Thurlow.
Read More

Working Group Established to Redraft Housing Bank Legislation
Island housing advocates have formed a working group to redraft stalled housing bank legislation in the hopes that it can pass at the state level.
Read More

Pages