David Wallis was elected president of Friends of Vineyard Soccer during the board’s annual meeting on Jan. 9, taking the helm from Richard Bennett,...
Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School is hosting an enrollment open house on Tuesday, Jan. 28, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The YMCA is offering a lifeguard certification course for those age 15 and older. A pretest is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 10 to 11 a.m.
It’s not too soon to think about summer camp. Registration is now open for this summer’s Felix Neck Fern and Feather Day Camp.
Two longtime Island affordable housing advocates will be honored at the State House in Boston Tuesday for their contributions under the Community...
As a nod to authenticity of voyages of old, Mystic Seaport is holding a contest to put a stowaway on board the Charles W. Morgan, oldest surviving...
The Vineyard Haven library hosts a two-part series in honor of the late Nelson Mandela with the film Invictus and a discussion with author and...
Oak Bluffs received a $3.6 million grant on Monday to help repair the North Bluff. The money brings the total to $7.5 million in outside funding for...
The town is the new owner of the old lighthouse, which has been perched a quarter mile out on the outer Edgartown harbor since 1939. The U.S. General...

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