The former Oak Bluffs fire chief is scheduled to be arraigned in Edgartown District Court next month on two counts of attempt to commit a crime.
The plastic popping sound of pickleballs in Chilmark could be tamped down under a new draft bylaw unveiled by the Chilmark planning board this week. 
A Steamship Authority dock worker was injured over the weekend after he was hit in the jaw by a winch, according to the ferry line. 
The Tisbury Street Fair’s reputation as a playground for silly-stringers held true again this year. Thin ribbons of fluorescent foam decorated the...
A Plymouth judge Monday ordered Jared Ravizza, who is accused of going on a violent spree over Memorial Day weekend, be held without bail because of...
Offshore wind energy projects continue to progress in the waters south of the Vineyard, with two new wind farms approved and construction starting on...
The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society’s 54th season commences on July 6, however this summer a familiar and beloved face will be missing from...
Smaller in scope than other local groups, and relying largely on private donations rather than public funding, Habitat for Humanity focuses on...
The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center kick-offs their annual Summer Institute on July 11 with a talkfrom Harvard University professor Karim R. Lakhani.
A family of artists will display their work at the Chilmark Library from July 19 to August 8.  Fine Lines: A Family of Artists features eight artists...
Through Phyllis Vechiia's Women in History program, she uses song and theatrical presentations to introduce Vineyard students each year to important...
Celebrity Autobiography won the 2009 Drama Desk Award for unique theatrical experience, and will be presented on July 6 at the Performing Arts Center...

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