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Qigong, a powerful Chinese system of healing and energy medicine, will be a featured class at the YMCA through April.
The Preservation Trust owns and operates 20 venues around the Island. Summer keeps many of them busy week in and week out.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center bash drew local film fans to watch the Academy Awards on the big screen.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission may open a new public hearing for the Alliance Community Church expansion.
The community preservation committee moved too hastily Monday to allocate $1.4 million to acquire the controversial property.
Sand is the key weapon for combating winter storms on the Island
Edgartown selectmen are ready to sign an agreement that calls for placing more town land under conservation restrictions.
Jerry and Sue Wack’s Wasque Point house is 19 feet from the eroding bluff.
A clean diagnosis and a trip with his family to Disney World from the Make-A-Wish program granted.
Friday, the Department of Public Health awarded a total of 20 marijuana dispensary licenses statewide. Dukes County was not on the list.
Reflecting on a century of life, Charleane talked about the secret — coffee.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission wants to hear more about plans for traffic and parking.
The eighth grader will advance to the next level of competition.
Edgartown selectmen heard and approved animal control officer (ACO) Barbara Prada's quarterly animal report Tuesday.
The Edgartown Library Foundation has raised more than $450,000 in donations since 2006.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission will review the company's latest offers at the project's sixth public hearing held at the Tisbury Senior Center.
The 1,900 square foot barn/brewery could be open as early as June.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission is poised to approve a $1,455,478 operating budget for the 2015 fiscal year.
Commissioners may vote despite an absence provided they review transcript.
Construction could begin as early as February.