The Tisbury School held its Recognition Day for the fifth to eighth grades on Tuesday, June 17. The following day, they graduated 31 students from...

A $24 million project to build a new Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven is on track to raise some $15 million in cash and pledges by the end...

A movement to close the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station is gaining ground on the Vineyard. A public forum is set for tonight at 7 p.m. at the Katharine...

Island students went on board the whaling ship and explored its nooks and crannies. In the blubber room below decks, the children gathered to hear a...

Scouting and tracking willets is considered important seasonal work among Vineyard biologists. The study of the migratory shorebirds may also provide...

At last month’s dedication of the 9/11 memorial and museum in New York city, President Obama paid special tribute to “the man with the red bandana,”...

The West Tisbury selectmen took steps this week to resolve an ongoing dispute between Animal Health Care Associates and the residents of Coffin’s...

With her college sailing career finished, Solvig Sayre is now in Maryland focusing her efforts on windsurfing. And her goal is not the Chesapeake Bay...

Don’t miss the Garden Party on Monday, June 30th. There is still time to call the animal shelter and request to be put on the guest list. Lots of...

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