The continued discovery of unexploded practice bombs from World War II has forced the immediate closure of Little Neck on Chappaquiddick to...
A discussion of Lighthouse Stewardship is open to all tonight at 5 p.m. at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The museums’s executive director,...
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Thomas and Barbara Furino of Edgartown have won the 2008 President’s Award from the Central Massachusetts Safety Council for their efforts to...
Eisenhauer Gallery’s new show, Island Inspired, showcases artists who work with the Island as their muse, in particular John MacGowan, Eric...
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First, Edgartown seasonal resident William O’Connell was forced to write off his plans for a helicopter landing pad at his Chappaquiddick...
West Tisbury police have been kept busy in the past two weeks with calls for a series of incidents ranging from domestic disputes to minor...
Magnolias Tour Magnolias, with their showy, fragrant flowers, were one of Polly Hill’s favorites. As a result, the arboretum she founded in...
Aquinnah voters rejected a bylaw for the Island’s first energy district of critical planning concern (DCPC) last week, leaving a townwide...
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Julian Barbosa was raised on a farm where he learned to cook with vegetables grown in his backyard. When he moved to Martha’s Vineyard four...

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