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Old Sculpin partners with Felix Neck for plein air show

The Old Sculpin Gallery of the Martha’s Vineyard Art Association joins forces this weekend with Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary for its sixth annual plein...

Land Bank is a rare and valuable gift

To the Editor:I am the conservation commission representative on the Oak Bluffs Land Bank advisory board. In your June 27 editorial on the fence...

Tisbury park and ride kiosk is up and running

Commuters and daily users of the park and ride lot off State Road in Tisbury can still park for free, but a new kiosk...

Scott Smith, head of VYT, departs

Updated July 3Scott Smith has been at the helm 12 years as executive director of the remarkably successful and nationally recognized Vineyard Youth Tennis...

Boat drifts in between ferry and dolphin

Updated 1 pm A small boat, thought to be a Boston Whaler, drifted into a gap between the MV Martha’s Vineyard and a dolphin, which...

Norton Point closed to vehicle traffic

According to an alert issued by the town of Edgartown, Norton Point is closed to vehicle traffic. The area was already at limited capacity...

‘Islanders Write’ turns five

This year marks the fifth anniversary for “Islanders Write,” the writers’ festival that brings writers, editors, and others immersed in the writing life together...

Glitz, glam, goals

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum hosted its 20th annual Evening of Discovery fundraiser event Saturday night at the former Marine Hospital. In what museum board...