The 2014 inventory found there were 119 active osprey nests on the Island. If I did my math correctly, we had 63 successful nests.
Being dramatic is warranted in the case of monarch butterflies whose numbers have plummeted over the last few years.
Longtime Island investment advisors Ray LaPorte and Ted Desrosiers will join the Martha’s Vineyard Financial Group at the end of September, bringing...
Come October, those hankering for a turkey gobbler or a tree hugger will be directed to the Edgartown Triangle where Humphreys will join sister shop...
Original art quilts and handmade crafts from Haiti will fill the Grange Hall in West Tisbury on Monday, August 25.
Artist Cindy Kane exhibits a series of paintings titled Wing to Wing at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse Art Space beginning Saturday, August 23, with...
Legacy of Light: Poems for the Gay Head Lighthouse holds a collection of poems submitted by Island and off-Island writers celebrating the lighthouse.
I recently met with Ann Smith, the executive director of Featherstone. She spent most of the interview bragging about East Choppers’ involvement with...
The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks fell short in their final campaign of the season, dropping the Futures Collegiate Baseball League championship series to...

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