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The question is whether and by how much to give qualified residents a break.
Christmas in Edgartown Chowder Contest, now in its 30th year, takes place Saturday.
Studies show the new screening technology detects more invasive cancers, earlier.
Offshore Ale Company and Bad Martha’s Beer have joined forces to offer brew “great for cold winter nights in front of a fire.”
Swine and Dine events will fill the weekend, and Islanders’ bellies, with local pork.
A sampling of the M.V. Food and Wine Festival’s wine events.
Tyler Gibson took the grand prize for his “Around the Island” dish, and Clara Athearn secured the kids’ grand prize.
Be financially prepared when you begin the process, and that begins with the numbers.
Or, how Billy Luce became Ehud Neor.
At a discussion of his newest book An Empire on the Edge, author Nick Bunker describes a Martha’s Vineyard chapter in the runup to the American Revolution.
Summer Breeze show at The Workshop gallery captures the Island outdoors.
The lack of steady rain has affected lawns and farms across the Island.
Between August 16 and 24, Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) presented Peter Pan at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Performing Arts Center. Featuring its ever-youthful...
On the evening of August 17, two Island artists celebrated the Commander and Chief and the first lady using acrylics and a $7,000 telescopic...
On August 18 at 7:30 pm, documentarian Stanley Nelson, who Islanders may be familiar with for his personal retrospective of Oak Bluffs, “A Place...
A large group of Chappaquiddick residents aired their concerns about spotty wireless telephone reception on the small island and the need to improve coverage...
For 46 springs, The Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard has deposited boats into Vineyard Haven harbor, and hauled them back out the following autumn. For 46...
A contemporary incarnation of the Saturday Night Live musical duo that closed out the 70s with the hit motion picture “The Blues Brothers” is...
Colin Ruel’s abstract and landscape work takes the viewer on a shamanic journey.
The first is that this Island has provided me with a home and home-away-from-home amid a diverse and neighborly community since I was born. The second is that Dolly Campbell and her colleagues at the Thrift Store were kind to my wife and me, when we were struggling to build and furnish our house here. The third is that the auction has repeatedly given us the opportunity to meet generous people who have jumped at the chance to see things that stretch the mind with questions and awe