Some 742,000 acres of ocean south of Martha’s Vineyard will soon be available for commercial wind energy leases, Gov, Deval Patrick announced this...

At 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 19, state and local officials, legislators and saltwater anglers gathered for the opening celebration of the Oak Bluffs...

First grade students from Edgartown School explored the education programs at Polly Hill Arboretum, which are offered free of charge to kindergarten...

Beachcombers are not the only species who require sea and surf. Biologists Luanne Johnson and Liz Baldwin from Biodiversity Works will present Life...

Hay is for horses . . . and sheep, goats, and cattle, too! Fields are hayed to provide food for livestock in dark and cold seasons when plants are...

Edgartown shellfishermen are one step closer to farming in a new spot in Nantucket Sound, following an approval from the selectmen on Monday. The...

The green heron makes a habit of crouching as it waits for dinner, sometimes moving like a cat, placing one foot gently down and then the other.

Vowing to maintain an open and inclusive process, the group charged with finding an alternative restoration plan for Squibnocket Beach began met for...

I’ve had deer eat every one of the flowers of Caesar’s Brother iris. I’ve never had them eat iris before. They’ve been too busy polishing off the...

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