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Andy Boass died last week. I’ve been thinking about what a remarkable man he was. We both married into the same extended family by marrying...
Card games attract players at all skill levels
Alerted by a story in The MV Times, Jesse James Jackson was able to share in the recognition accorded the Montford Point Marines.
Island unit of Toastmasters International receives its charter; sets out to ease the trauma of public speaking here.
Distinguished musicians and unusual musical insights mark the Thanksgiving concert.
Last week the West Tisbury special town meeting indefinitely postponed a proposed bylaw governing the use of medicinal marijuana in public places.
Confronted with a deteriorated building and a knot of regulatory challenges associated with an historic property, Tara Whiting and her brother Daniel made a deal.
Thirty-two solar panels, on the roof of a maintenance building, furnish 10 kilowatts of power.
Two lawyers, experts in employment law, provided plenty of cautions for Martha's Vineyard employers at a seminar Friday.
The Martha's Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative third annual Job Shadow Day paired students with mentors in a variety of professions.
Sheriff's Meadow Foundation will broaden its public outreach with a new education initiative, launching this Saturday.
On December 14, a 20-year-old man named Adam Lanza broke into Sandy Hook Elementary School with an assault rifle and killed 20 first-graders and six adults.
The trip is in partnership with the Center for Environmental Education, a non-governmental organization, founded as a creative way to empower women.
Ms. Burton-Sundman, who flew to Kigali last week, has an interest in eventually volunteering with the Karuna Center for Peacebuilding (KCP) in Rwanda.
Harriet Potter has updated a treasury of Chappaquiddick Island life – an idyll as lived by a happy few since the turn of the 20th century.
It is one of only a handful of hospitals in the United States to receive a high level of certification for earth-friendly design and construction.
Approaching a tipping point – in the last half of this decade, half of Amercans over 85 will have Alzheimer's. Research and generosity are key.
On Monday, August 20, from 5 to 7 pm at Farm Neck Golf Club, the
C. J. "Cee Jay" Jones, 95, and Warren Norman Agard, 87, traveled to Washington last week to receive the nation's highest civilian honor.
The first step of the Museum's master plan for the site has been completed: the building has been purchased with no mortgage.