Police said the Fourth of July holiday was the busiest in memory for first responders.
Edgartown Fire Chief Peter Shemeth was on the spot and in a position envied by absolutely no one.
There will be a memorial service for Carol Carrick at 2 pm, Sunday, July 14, at her home, 43 Oak Knoll Road, Island Farms, West Tisbury.
There will be a memorial service for Dorothy Kenney Bangs on Saturday, July 13, at 1 pm at the First Baptist Church in Vineyard Haven.
The David Wax Museum brought its Latin rhythms, infectious melodies, and call-and-response hollering to Flatbread Wednesday night.
A thick fog and mist rolled over Edgartown, but many in the crowd said they still had a great time.
Martha’s Vineyard celebrated the Fourth of July with a parade in Edgartown where the accent was on patriotism and community.
The annual parade through the Oak Bluffs neighborhood best known for its gingerbread cottages is an authentic community celebration of the Fourth.
Memorial Day 5K winner Ben Bosworth added a five mile win on a warm, humid July 4 morning, while Rebecca Trachsel topped the women’s field.
This week’s topic is homeland security, a lead-in to “Dirty Wars” being screened tonight at the Chilmark Community Center.