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A real estate tale

To the Editor: On September 6, 2013, the 100-acre tract in West Tisbury known as the Ancient Lots in the Island Heights Subdivision, sold to...

Size and traffic dominated the Stop & Shop hearing debate at the MVC

The Martha's Vineyard Commission reviewed the supermarket's revised expansion plans at a continued public hearing on October 3.

Harvest time is here

It's the season of the annual harvest festival. Check out these events from Vineyard Gardens, COMSOG, Tisbury School, and Native Earth this weekend.

Turning hope into strength for friends, strangers

The nonprofit Hope Strengthens Foundation was started in 2010 to help people and families who are in trouble as a result of injury or illness.

West Tisbury selectmen reject lone Mill Brook watershed study proposal

It's "back to square one" according to selectmen.

Martha’s Vineyard Living Local Harvest Fest a delight

Agriculture in all its many forms was on display over the weekend in West Tisbury.

State Road, Chilmark Tavern cleared to open for business

State regulators say water at the two restaurants has tested clear of any bacteria.

Martha’s Vineyard Rotary Club hands out gift of literacy

The annual program provides dictionaries to third grade students around the world.

Island Housing Trust breaks ground on new units at Sepiessa

The three new apartments will bring the West Tisbury apartment site to seven units.

Spurned Warren House bidders asked state to investigate process

Inspector General found Edgartown selectmen followed the correct process.

Way, way off-Island: After a summer of hard work, Islanders take off

We asked and you answered: Vineyarders share their favorite off-season destinations.


Ada F. Herman Erin and Daniel Lashnits Herman of Vineyard Haven and Berkeley, California, announce the birth of their daughter, Ada Frances Herman, on August...

Martha’s Vineyard Community Notes

Community Services is located at 111 Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road in Oak Bluffs, across from the high school.

Chilmark School fundraiser to benefit Ugandan school

This month fourth- and fifth-graders are collecting donations and hosting a community fair to help build a new school for students in Atiak.

Playing for the Island: The Long Point Five, a well-noted group

Hear the Long Point Five this Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Vineyard Haven Library

Father indicted on charges of injuring infant daughter

The indictment moves the case up to Superior Court, where longer sentences are possible.

Artisans celebrate 10th annual Columbus Day Festival

This weekend at the Grange Hall, stock up on cozy fall knits, and get an early start on holiday shopping.

Oak Bluffs planning board redefines proposed marijuana dispensary districts

Planners added a section of the town's business district off Dukes County Avenue to the areas under consideration.