At the last conservation commission of Edgartown meeting, previous records were brought up in a heated discussion.
Four students who graduated last week were the last to celebrate in the alternative education program’s facility next door to the high school.
Plans include a new fuel option, better protection from storms, and clearing the channel of shifting sand.
The store will open June 16 at 2 pm. Expecting a line, owner John Earle said those waiting at 11 am will be given a wristband with their place.
In a stream of purple and white graduation robes, seniors walked into the Tabernacle Sunday and off into the future.
The annual Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass Catch and Release tournament was a success, if you measured it by fun and fine weather.
An 11-year-old Tisbury School sixth-grader represented Martha’s Vineyard among 278 spellers in the competition.
It’s an oft told tale on Martha’s Vineyard. A family business needs a family to grow and endure. Fathers, sons, and daughters do business together.
The Tisbury selectmen moved a step closer to completion of the emergency services facility (ESF) project Tuesday.
Oak Bluffs zoning board of appeals must decide whether White Brothers — Lynch Corporation needs a permit for a new tower.