Signs of solidarity

This Fourth of July, the M.V. Peace Council, M.V. Quaker meeting, and Indivisible M.V. joined forces for a peaceful demonstration at Cannonball Park in...

Corona Stompers pull tables amid safety concerns

Updated 1:45 pm The Corona Stompers team of civilian mask makers have pulled their tables from public locations due to concerns for the safety of...

MVC closes Meeting House Place public hearing

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission closed out the public hearing Thursday on one of the largest developments it has ever reviewed — the 54-acre Meeting...

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Island Housing Trust: Housing Is Fundamental

Stable housing is a fundamental human right for everyone. To show your support for IHT’s mission to end housing insecurity in our community donate now by clicking this link to our virtual fundraising campaign.


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Covid Safety Rules on Island Trails

Martha’s Vineyard has a rich abundance of protected lands. Many remain open for walking, hiking, bicycling, and running, in strict accordance with state and local regulations. This summer, the Island’s conservation groups are managing some properties differently to help ensure public safety and lower the risks of coronavirus transmission. Please see detailed guidelines for each organization here

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An Open Letter to Our Community

The coronavirus pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge. At Martha’s Vineyard Bank, we are inspired by the local response, a unique mix of American fortitude, New England stoicism, and a balance of self-sufficiency and neighborly...


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