The All-Island Art Show returned to the Tabernacle Monday, continuing a decades-long tradition that draws local artists from all over the Island.
Six students from the Vineyard are among the winners of the Steamship Authority's Sail into Imagination art contest.
On Sunday August 7, David Berube, former pastor of the Federated Church of Martha's Vineyard, will speak about the value of service dogs to military...
Poets, writers, community leaders and family members honored the life and legacy of Della Hardman on Saturday, with the 18th annual Della Hardman Day...
Robert Davis, general manager of the Steamship Authority, agreed on Friday to a three-year contract extension at an initial salary of $207,500.
The Steamship Authority freight ferry M/V Gay Head was taken out of service this week after a four-inch crack was discovered above the waterline in...
Walking down Lobsterville Beach with my dog, I'm asked the obligatory questions: “How old? Her name? What kind?”
Former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder spoke with journalist Michele Norris as part of the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series. His new book is called...
Daniel Roher's powerful new film Navalny, screened this week as part of the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, tells the harrowing story of Alexei...
Health and water officials in Tisbury are trying to solve a persistent conundrum: How is lead-tainted water getting into the Vineyard Montessori...
The time is right to be thinking of the Perseid Meteor shower, though usually it is more than a week away. The shower’s peak will combine with a full...
This week we're happy to report that Orca, the young male tuxedo has moved on to his new forever home.

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