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Mobile market makes stops across Island

Now you can get those farmer’s market strawberries at your doorstep. Island Grown Initiative launched a new mobile market on Tuesday afternoon, selling farm-fresh...

Edgartown selectmen: ruckus, runs, and restrooms

The Edgartown board of selectmen met Monday afternoon to discuss loud music, the Martha’s Vineyard Triathlon, and the installation of restrooms at the Chappaquiddick...

Field negotiations plant seeds for the future

This summer, Vineyarders for Grass Fields and the school committee are in ongoing negotiations regarding plans to rebuild school fields across the Island. Negotiations...

A land lost but a culture rebuilt

  Update: Margaret Oliveira flutters her wrist, holding a fan made from feathers. The fan pulls smoke from a burning bundle of cedar and sage she...

Pavement hopefully on the way for Meeting House Way

Several homeowners on Meeting House Way in Edgartown remain upset with the pace of the project to pave the road. Voters approved the $775,000...

Food Truck pulls up to the airport

Four years ago, Chef Josh Aronie cooked at Café Moxie in Vineyard Haven.  The restaurant had been renovated and then destroyed by a fire...

Remembering the words of Frederick Douglass

Islanders, vacationers, and passersby gathered on Inkwell Beach on the Fourth of July for the Renaissance House 11th annual reading of “What Does July...

Children’s Campground Fourth of July parade celebrates 20th year

Gretchen Rehak and Pam Rogers found a way to celebrate the Fourth of July with their toddlers — pot lids.  The two mothers lined...

H-2B visa cap takes its toll

General manager of Nancy’s in Oak Bluffs, Steve Ansara, lifts a door revealing Donovan’s Reef. A bartender dances to the music he’s pumping through...

Shellfish constable to town residents: Dig in

Edgartown shellfish constable Paul Bagnall says if Islanders want to keep eating their quahogs, scallops, and steamers, the town has to go local. “I’d...