Martha’s Vineyard Vision Fellowship announces 2016 fellows

The Martha’s Vineyard Vision Fellowship program recently announced the appointment of 12 new Vision Fellows for 2016. According to a press release, since its...

Shawn M. McCormack joins Boston law firm

Shawn M. McCormack, a native of Martha’s Vineyard and son of Dukes County Sheriff Michael A. McCormack, has joined the Boston law firm Davis,...

Red Cross announces blood drive

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to make an appointment to give blood and help save lives in honor of World Red Cross...

Fuel Assistance Program extended, and benefits increase

Patricia A. Daly, executive director of South Shore Community Action Council, wishes to announce that the Fuel Assistance Program has been extended for applications...

Kuehn’s Way public informational meeting

The Island Housing Trust (IHT) is organizing a second Kuehn's Way informational meeting for neighbors and the general public at the Baptist Parish House...

Greg Milne becomes registered architect

Greg Milne of Vineyard Haven and South Mountain Co. has recently passed his licensing exams and has become a registered architect. According to a...

Jazz concert at Unitarian Universalist Society

On Sunday evening, May 1, Stevens Chapel at the Unitarian Universalist Society (238 Main Street, Vineyard Haven) will be transformed into a coffeehouse for...

Matthew Cook is new president of Riley Hospital for Children

Matthew Cook, son of Liz and Marshall Cook of Vineyard Haven, is the new president of Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. According...

Financial assistance for children’s health care

The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) is seeking grant applications from Massachusetts families in need of financial assistance to help pay for their child’s health...

Clothing drive a big success

Solon Oliver, an eighth grader at the West Tisbury School, held a clothing drive for low-income and homeless children from March 28 to April...