Fall colors on the Island take a little more effort, but the turning of seasons here has its own rewards.
Horace “Bob” Salop, 86, of West Tisbury died on October 25 at Mass General Hospital after a long illness. He was a beloved father, grandfather, and friend who loved Martha’s Vineyard with a passion and spent the last 30 years as a full-time resident. Bob was born on February 1, 1927, in New York City, […]
On homecoming night, the Vineyarders offense finally found success, staging a late game rally to end the season with a win.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission tackled a range of issues Thursday, and closed the Vineyard Assembly of God public hearing.
Selectmen agreed to follow rules in effect in Edgartown that restricts use to official correspondence.
Nicholas H. Gross, formerly of West Tisbury, has been hired as a public involvement specialist/planner at the Boston engineering consulting firm Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates. Nicholas graduated from Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School in 2009, and from UMASS Amherst with a bachelor of science degree in environmental design, in 2013. Before joining Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Nicholas worked as […]
Dr. Levy arrived in September to replace primary care physician Prit Gill.
The draft budget is up 21.6 percent over last year, driven by special needs costs.
If approved, drivers would be able to bypass one of the town’s busiest intersections.
The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) school committee, meeting Monday evening, decided not to add a school resource police officer to next year’s budget. Based on feedback, Chilmark head of school Susan Stevens and West Tisbury School principal Donna Lowell-Bettencourt said they received from parents and students, the school committee agreed to continue discussion. School […]