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The Save the Gay Head Lighthouse Committee (SGHLC) moves forward with fundraising efforts.
Two Kemp's Ridley sea turtles who've lived at the New England Aquarium for about eight months were released Wednesday afternoon into the Atlantic Ocean at Long Point Wildlife Refuge.
The owners of the Beach Plum Inn & Restaurant and the Home Port Restaurant have asked for alcohol sales to be allowed.
Oak Bluffs police arrested John Cecilio after he drove into the crowded parking lot and hit a parking attendant.
Using animals for land management is as old as the hills. Two projects will gauge how effective it is for select Vineyard properties.
For 10 years, Camp Jabberwocky campers and counselors and Martha's Vineyard Ocean Sports have gotten together for a good time on the water.
Shaun Sicsico, 19, accused of causing serious brain injuries to his infant daughter, is next due in court on August 9.
Steven James, tournament organizer, said he expects future participation will wane in what he described as the town's unfriendly environment.
The 35th annual Possible Dreams Auction raised more than $450,000 to benefit Martha's Vineyard Community Services.
The 35th annual Possible Dreams Auction raised more than $210,000 during the live auction, to benefit Martha's Vineyard Community Services.
Wind turbine plans for the Grey Barn remain on hold, but the proposed turbine complies with state noise guidelines, according to a recent study.
The 16-year-old graduated one year early from MVRHS and plans to attend Oregon College of Art and Craft in the fall.
The 27th annual Oak Bluffs Monster Shark Tournament appeared to be a tamer affair, with fewer problems than in the past.
Police say extra staffing, paid by tournament contestants helped manage crowds of rowdy spectators.
James C. Walker was dead and and Matthew Hubert was arrested when police answered a call to a Barnes Road house.
Social media brought Mikey Waters and Jasmine Reis together but it was their sense of community that led to a happy ending.
Martha's Vineyard provides many different venues where artisans display their products. Theft, although rare, does occur.
And, concerning the hole in the road leading to the drive-on dock, never mind whose hole it is, the town will fix it.
The annual Generations Picnic is intended to interest younger people in the nonprofit organization's preservation mission.
The Save the Gay Head Lighthouse committee identified four possible new locations, with plans to move in late 2014 or early 2015.
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