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Suspect in alleged assault is charged

Updated April 30Tisbury Police have identified, located, and charged the suspect involved in an alleged assault and battery that took place inside Stop &...

Felix Neck preschool is ‘an antidote to screens’

Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is gearing up for its new preschool program that will put kids back in touch with nature and provide an...

Home away from home

—Ryan Schwab-Doyon wears many hats at his job as the new director of Alex’s Place; he is a friend, mentor, and confidant to many...

Aquinnah finalizes town meeting warrant and budget

Aquinnah selectmen approved a $5.3 million operating budget and a $375,000 Proposition 2½ override, to be put before voters at town meeting in May.Selectman...

M.V. Bank celebrates 110th anniversary

Martha’s Vineyard Bank celebrated its 110th anniversary on Monday with a ceremonial cake cutting. President and CEO of the bank James Anthony did the...

Tidal tidy-up

At around 10 am Saturday, on beaches across Martha’s Vineyard, Islanders turned out to celebrate Earth Day by picking up as much litter as...

Vineyarders fall to Falmouth, 15-0

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) varsity boys baseball team fought hard against a powerful Falmouth team Thursday, but consistent hard hitting from...

Plastic Free MV: ‘We are the next generation’

https://vimeo.com/330141360?ref=fb-share&1Updated April 23A group of young environmental activists known as Plastic Free MV is looking to inspire the next generation to take action against...

Hop to an Easter egg hunt this weekend

There are all sorts of Easter celebrations going on, but Easter egg hunts are fun for the whole family, and there are a bunch...

Cindi Martin offered position as new airport director

Updated April 16Former airport director for Glacier Park International Airport, Cindi Martin, has been offered a position as the new airport director for Martha’s...

Ann Richart about to land in Nebraska

After announcing her imminent departure from her position as airport director of Martha’s Vineyard Airport, Ann Richart will say goodbye to her colleagues and...

Date and time set for Aquinnah special town meeting

Aquinnah selectmen met with members of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High school committee to notify them of a special town meeting on May 7,...

Housing Bank defeated in Tisbury

Updated April 12On the third night of town meeting, Tisbury voters debated for several more hours before rejecting the article to create an Islandwide...

Edgartown indefinitely postpones Housing Bank

Updated April 18After a lengthy discussion on the proposed Housing Bank article, which would take a percentage from the newly expanded room-occupancy tax, Edgartown...

February fire at MV Glassworks prompts community support

After a February electrical fire started by a lithium-ion battery caused extreme damage to the interior of Martha’s Vineyard Glassworks, a recent GoFundMe page...

Get educated about special ed

The Island Parents Advisory Council (IPAC) on special education, in partnership with Martha's Vineyard public schools, is hosting a free workshop for parents on...

Plastic Free MV tours the grocery store

Students are looking to change the way folks on-Island wet their whistle, but with so many beverages being packaged in plastic, the young environmentalists...

Vineyard Montessori students become U.N. delegates

Students from the Vineyard Montessori School got a chance to participate in the Montessori Model United Nations (MMUN) program at the United Nations (U.N.)...

Herring return to Martha’s Vineyard waters

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head natural resources department recently documented the first herring sighting of the season with its underwater herring camera.As...

Man target-shooting at Crackatuxet didn’t see fisherman

An up-Island man in his 70s was target-shooting on Crackatuxet Beach in Edgartown Wednesday afternoon, but was unaware of a person fishing approximately 250...