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The Noepe Center for Literary Arts in Edgartown is kicking off spring with another round of its renowned writer’s residencies beginning this week. Also...
Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution were stunned this week when Kim Sanchez, an engineer working on the new Lagoon Pond drawbridge, brought...
Martha’s Vineyard Airport, one of the busiest small airports in the state, is also one of the safest. On Sunday, Island emergency first responders...
AKA the bicycle man, Mr. Anderson helped create a wall of protection against nuclear threat, starting with Chilmark's Peaked Hill.
Harbormaster Jay Wilbur took some heat for changes he proposed at Lake Street Pier and the outer harbor.
The cost of building repairs is expected to exceed $100,000.
Cagey squirrel used an access reserved for Santa Claus to enter the house and wreak havoc while the owner was in New York.
Selectmen voted to place an article on the town meeting warrant with no public works commissioners present.
Fire chief expresses concern for pedestrian safety at Tisbury School crossing.
Old New England pastime buoyed by cheer and beer.
The inclusion of Pine Hill Road creates a speed bump for the proposed development of the old Olsen farm.
A Wicked Good Winter Cabaret returns to the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse.
No drift too large for these monsters.
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.