Anna Poblocka and Piotr Kornalski, of Oak Bluffs, announce the birth of a son, Jacob Alex Kornalski, born on Jan. 5.
Marisa and Garrett Burt, of Oak Bluffs, , announce the birth of a daughter, Cleo Wilhelmina Burt, born on Jan. 9.
The 62nd annual Christmas Bird Count was held on Jan. 2, and as reported last week the weather was not bad, nor was it good, for finding birds.
Just when you thought it was safe to get back on the trails. (Cue the Jaws soundtrack.)  
With Covid-19 now racing through the Vineyard community, boards of health issued a public health message Tuesday urging Islanders to take steps to...
The pioneering law professor and voting rights activist who died Jan. 7 had long family ties to the Vineyard, where she had owned a home.
Brigitte Cornand, longtime deputy director of West Tisbury’s Dumptique, called recently from France, where she now lives, with New Year’s greetings...
With audiences confined by winter weather and the resurgent Covid pandemic, the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse could hardly have chosen a better time...
Commercial oyster season begins in Edgartown next week with harvesting on Sengekontacket Pond starting Jan. 17 and running through March.
A new distribution of rapid at-home test kits will take place on Wednesday and Thursday this week in all the Island towns.
If climate change put Martha’s Vineyard under a magnifying glass, tiny Chappaquiddick is under a microscope. Work has begun on an emergency response...
Sail MV will host a U.S. Coast Guard licensing course, beginning with an orientation on Jan. 20.

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