Revisiting a controversial issue that has been dormant since summer, the Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to approve a set of regulations that...
Martha’s Vineyard listener supported public radio station WCAI has increased its flagship signal on 90.1 FM from 1,200 watts to 12,500 making it more...
If you’re looking for a brush-up on your organizational skills, you may want to attend the workshop with Kim D’Arcy on Wednesday, Feb. 5. If sibling...
John Freeman, Camp Ground resident and eclectic musician, will present everything you could ever want to know about harmonicas at the men’s first...
There are daily experiences of Island life, such as being on a first-name basis with just about everyone, that become routine so gently we are hardly...
The Animal Shelter is pleased to announce the adoptions of two of the cat population, Lucky, a large male tabby, and Bootsie, aptly named as she...
The Island's only Medicare-certified home health agency has been struggling financially and has agreed to sell its operations to Cape Cod Health Care.
Due for major repairs, the two million-gallon tank will be drained next month. Meanwhile, during the 10-week project, Oak Bluffs will receive its...
Wendy Gray's Field and Felt session with Charter School students Saturday included a guest appearance by a ewe from the Allen Farm.

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