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At a special board meeting Tuesday, the MVTV board moved Ann Lemenager into position to become chairman of the public access television studio and network.
A reporter's story about Brown, a religious fundamentalist & conscientious man aware of his effect on family, creditors, and benefactors.
Love The Beatles music but not the kitschy, wigged-up cover bands? Have we got a concert for you.
The resignations of two leaders of the Island's public access network are tied to an internal debate over the station's mission and direction.
Some realities of life today in the United States were displayed Sunday night at the Vineyard Haven Public Library.
For Josh Yates, who has a studio in Providence and had a gallery in Aquinnah until four years ago, Friday was meaningful in several aspects.
Some cancer patients need a bone marrow transplant to survive, but finding a donor has been very difficult. It is less so these days.
Connie McHugh knows winning tennis. Serve and volley. Keep the ball in play. Set up the winning shot.
Summer's behind us, and we get the Island back. Yes!
Circuit Avenue was having a grumpy day last Saturday, but that changed in a heartbeat as harmonic singing exploded from the deck of Ben and Bill's
Given that the average price of an Island home is $700,000, hiring a caretaker seems a prudent investment to many.
Island propane dealers want to increase the Island's limited storage capacity to meet increasing demand.
Philip Tucker feels very at home in his Made Here On the Vineyard gallery and shop in Oak Bluffs.
Island art gallery owners offer their summation of the success of this season.
An auction may be an unusual way to sell a house on Martha's Vineyard, but it is increasingly common across the country.
Richard Boyleston's interest in colonial times runs much deeper than his genealogical connection.
Writers are turning to creative ways to get their work out these days. Self-publishing is just one of them.
Simple. Telling. Funny. Politics, current issues and everyday life are the stuff of Mr. Blakeman's comic work, on display at the Grange Hall.
An educational family game about Martha's Vineyard? That's where How Green Is Your Vineyard? comes in.