The parade is a lesser known but well-loved Island tradition. At least 150 marchers and spectators turned out for the parade on Saturday, which...
They rode on creatively crafted floats, walked, danced, rollerbladed and drove antique cars, trucks and bicycles. Children raced to collect candy...
On a hazy, warm Monday morning in June, the Edgartown harbor master pulls into his parking spot adjacent to his office on Morse street in Edgartown....
An air of satisfaction prevails at the animal shelter these days due to the outstanding success of the garden party last Monday.
On Saturday, July 19, Alysha Norbury of Oak Bluffs, and Leigh Bauer of Edgartown, will support returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their...
While Rhonda Backus was working inside Alley’s General Store last weekend she noticed a crowd gathering outside. “It was a vibe of when the president...
There will be no racing pigs this year, but there will be a motorcycle contest. And poultry farmers take note: your prize-winning hens, roosters and...
A $24 million project to build a new Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven is on track to raise some $15 million in cash and pledges by the end...
At last month’s dedication of the 9/11 memorial and museum in New York city, President Obama paid special tribute to “the man with the red bandana,”...

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