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Jazz on the patio

It doesn’t have to be a date or a special occasion to enjoy an afternoon of oysters, bubbly, and talented local jazz performances at...

Island braces for VTA strike

Updated June 27Seasonal workers who depend on the bus to commute to and from work, along with Island business owners who see much of...

Everyday environmentalists

Ever wonder what it would be like to be an ecologist working in the field, cataloguing numbers of threatened species or monitoring migration patterns?...

VTA bus drivers plan strike for Friday

The Vineyard Transit Authority is planning to strike on Friday, after negotiations with its parent company, Transit Connection, Inc. (TCI), collapsed.The planned strike comes...

‘You are on the right track’

Updated June 26Former Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School student Geoghan Coogan was at the school committee meeting Monday to thank the school for their...

Tisbury crash leaves two injured

Updated @1 pmA two-car motor vehicle crash in Tisbury sent an elderly couple to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital with minor injuries Monday morning.The crash occurred...

Cubs overtake Pirates 13-9 in Little League championship

Updated June 26Rain, lightning, and even hail could not deter the Pirates and the Cubs from competing in an action-packed Little League Majors championship...

VTA drivers: ‘They hear us, but they don’t listen’

Updated June 24About 50 people showed Saturday for a town hall meeting at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School to hear from VTA bus...

Cape Air to lead the charge on all-electric air travel

An emission-free aircraft startup company is debuting its new commuter class all-electric plane with Cape Air, which offers flights to Hyannis and other locations...

Three-car crash causes traffic congestion

A three-car crash in front of High Point Lane in Tisbury sent operators of two vehicles to the hospital Thursday.The accident occurred at approximately...

Aquinnah interested in upgrading software

Aquinnah selectmen discussed at their Tuesday meeting a software program that could be integrated into a number of different facets of town business.The software,...

Vineyard Montessori School graduates first ever eighth grader

For the first time in its history, the Vineyard Montessori School graduated an eighth grader, Matthew Coggins.Matthew began attending the school when he...

Tisbury: It is up to you

Heard on Main Street: Just be yourself. No one can say you are doing it wrong.Call or email shellfish constable Danielle Ewart, 774-563-1279 or...

Aquinnah special town meeting fails to achieve quorum

Because a special town meeting in Aquinnah Monday night failed to reach a quorum, an article relating to the use of $229,730 in excess...

Airport allows use of parking lot for music festival

Airport commissioners unanimously agreed at their Thursday meeting to allow Innovation Arts and Entertainment to use a dirt parking lot at the airport for...

Sunshine and tight lines

Spinning reels and joyous laughter filled the hot and briny air aboard the Skipper, as the 2019 Rainbow Place preschool graduating class celebrated its...

Letting the good times fly

More than 200 fly-fishermen from all over the Island, the country, and the world turned out for the 28th annual Martha’s Vineyard Rod and...

Aquinnah accepts assessors outsourcing bid

Aquinnah selectmen accepted a bid from the Regional Resource Group (RRG) to outsource the assessment of property values for the town.At Tuesday’s selectmen’s meeting,...

MVRHS parents: ‘Our students belong in the classroom’

Updated June 5, 3 pmDuring his senior year of high school, Owen Engler was stripped of his class presidency as part of the MVRHS...

Self-service nutrition kiosk comes to the Vineyard

Employees of the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) visited Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) on Monday to install a brand new nutrition assistance...