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Pedestrian and bicycle safety were topics of discussion at last Thursday’s well-attended meeting.
Storm Juno put the kibosh on Whatever the Outcome’s (WTO) interactive painting exhibition, “Sinners and Saints,” scheduled at The Ritz for Jan. 27. But...
Final day coincides with National Wear Red Day.
Community Services and Martha’s Vineyard Little League receive six-figure grants.
The town’s effort at clearing snow and making roads passable for emergency vehicles left some unhappy.
Argentine immigrant Sergio Racig becomes U.S. citizen.
Martha’s Vineyard Museum exhibits re-creations of archival photos by MVRHS students.
A four-lane, 35-foot aluminum track stretched from the Chilmark Community Center stage to the edge of the foyer.
How to landscape using native plants, and make the birds and the bees (but not the ticks) happy.
Tisbury selectmen Tuesday heard some harsh words from the harbormaster about DPW maintenance.
Paula Sullivan looks forward to more time on the beach with a fishing rod in hand. Joe Massua just wants to relax.
Members of the committee working to craft a set of rules said that Edgartown remains a speed bump.
Friends and colleagues honored the longtime Island volunteer and public official.
Chewing through 20 vertical feet of Island is just an appetizer.
Getting to the meat of things in scallops (and oysters).
Selectmen made no change to the formula under which year round residents receive a break on their property tax bill.
Will the real health benefits please stand up?
The question is whether and by how much to give qualified residents a break.
Christmas in Edgartown Chowder Contest, now in its 30th year, takes place Saturday.
Studies show the new screening technology detects more invasive cancers, earlier.