In the view of Aquinnah police chief Doug Fortes, the turning point came in the fall of 1999, when rangers from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (...
Robert and Ernestine Kinnecom of Oak Bluffs spent some time this week recalling wonderful memories - memories wrapped around their Vineyard...
"Today and tomorrow were supposed to be my days off. I got here at 5:30 this morning. My last days off were last year," Mr. Silva said, smiling even...
A short-term land deal cut by the regional high school committee Monday night has flung open the starting gates on an ambitious $6-million plan to...
The Vineyard experienced approximately eight inches of snowfall, high winds and frigid temperatures but for the most part the Island is getting back...
Edgar the bear works the busy holiday season greeting customers in the lobby of Point B Realty
The lobby of Point B Realty doesn’t look like a place of serious business these days. Behind the reception desk sits Edgar, a six-foot-tall teddy...
Making a difference has no age limit. Margot Schwarz Weston, 99, was presented with the Spirit of the Vineyard award Satuday night in recognition of...
The Chicken Alley Thrift Shop of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services is throwing a Halloween party on Oct. 31 beginning at 9 p.m. at Dreamland in...
On Sunday 73 people took part in the 23rd annual Martha’s Vineyard CROP Walk. “We had a number of dogs walk, more than last year,” Reverend Alden...

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