There are three organizations on Martha’s Vineyard that have animals for adoption.
A cat who loves a bunny, a dog who loves commercials, and more.
Committee concluded state’s gun laws are already among the toughest in the nation.
Some Edgartown residents awoke to discolored water this morning. Shane Ben David, chief operator for the town water department, explains that the town is working to supply water pressure to the town of Oak Bluffs, because its water department is doing work on a town standpipe. “The gate to the Oak Bluffs system was opened […]
If you judge that the pace of Island economic life has seemed plodding during the first two months of the year, you are correct. If you wonder if the cold and snow, not only here, but across New England, has played a part in the dirge-like business music, you are right again. Of course, anecdotally, […]
The Art of Sara’s Atoms
Police department updates its fleet with three cutting-edge cruisers.
The caption of a photograph published February 27, with “The late Geoff Pease wielded a beautiful brush,” incorrectly reported that Joshua Robinson-White won an award at the Ag Fair for that photo. A different photo of Geoff Pease skateboarding, by Mr. Robinson-White, won the award.
In December 2009, the state Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) issued the Commonwealth’s first Massachusetts Ocean Management Plan. The release of the plan was the culmination of an intensive planning process launched in May 2008, with the signing of the Oceans Act by Governor Deval Patrick. The plan provides protection for critical […]
A Veterans Administration (VA) physician and a public contact advocate will be at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital next week to assist Island veterans. Dr. Monty VanBeber will see veterans who receive their health care through the VA by appointment on March 11 and 12. Dr. VanBeber is the Associate Chief of Staff for Community-Based Outpatient Clinics […]