Kathi Hackett has been with Martha's Vineyard Community Services long enough to have photos of a smiling five-year-old boy who has grown into a...

A Manchester man was charged with operating a motor boat under the influence after the boat he was operating went over a dock and crashed into the...

A complicated housing proposal in Oak Bluffs received a preliminary nod from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last week. The plan calls for building...

Oak Bluffs resident Charlayne Hunter-Gault and longtime seasonal visitor Robert Moses will be honored with the National Civil Rights Museum’s annual...

Vineyard runners took home top medals in the second annual Gay Head 10K held Sunday morning, beginning with Edgartown native Jamie Smadbeck who...

Visitors sporting rain boots and slickers turned out for Saturday’s Living Local Harvest Festival at the Agricultural Hall. The festival celebrated...

An original rosewood Steinway & Sons baby grand piano from 1901, a gift from a group of private donors, will call the West Tisbury library home....

Mark London quietly announced at the end of a commission meeting Thursday night that he would retire by the end of next summer. Mr. London has been...

A new law that keeps police logs sealed in domestic violence cases has the strong backing of Island police and social service leaders who work as...

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