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Humpback whale washes up on South Beach

A backhoe pulled a dead humpback whale out of the surf Sunday so that New England Aquarium staff could perform a necropsy.

Family Planning Art Show

This past weekend, the annual Family Planning Art Show was held at the Ag Hall in West Tisbury, and as always, drew a large and appreciative crowd.

Wind Spin: Farmstand draws buzz with wind turbine

One hundred fifty feet from the base of its gleaming steel tower to the tip of a turbine blade at its highest point, Morning Glory Farm's newly erected wind turbine made its mark in Edgartown this week.

Thank you for so much help

I want to thank everyone for their quick response, focus, and thoroughgoing work immediately following the dramatic accident I was in at State and Old County roads.


Vineyard Haven Public Library's Friends of the Library Art Show presents its first special exhibition, an event that is expected to become an annual event.

William Preston Jr.

William Preston Jr.


I'm having trouble believing it is already June.

West Tisbury

"Come and sit by Katherine C.

Go native, get wet

We cut, clear, tidy, and attempt to create new idylls.


Get well wishes go to Vera Shorter, Marcie Jones, and Gretchen Jacobs who at last word were in hospitals in Boston.

Questions for the utility company

This is an open letter to the Tisbury Board of Health.

Brazil Day a success, and thank you

On Friday May 21, we organized the first Brazilian awareness day at the regional high school.

Reel Picks

High energy, high-tech sequel to the first blockbuster has billionaire inventor (Robert Downey Jr.


Cristina Pereira is the new Education Coordinator and Day Camp Director for Mass Audubon at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary in Oak Bluffs.

Step up to the school committee – somebody has to do it

All five seats on the Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) committee will be up for election on the first Tuesday in November this year.

Divide and conquer

I heard this story 25 or 30 years ago, when the Island chiefs of police would gather once a month or so over coffee or sandwiches to talk shop and share information.

New Gallery in Vineyard Haven

It is, says partner Greg Watson, "a business partnership made in heaven.

Che’s Lounge closes

Che's Lounge, the beloved coffeehouse that was tucked away in the alleyway on Main Street in Vineyard Haven, closed on Monday due to financial difficulties.