Only 15 hardy Islanders showed up at the Inkwell last Saturday morning at 8 a.m. for the second annual New Year's Day dip.
Happy New Year. I hope you all have a happy and healthy year.
In March of 2020, many who typically come to the island during the summer and shoulder months retreated to the Vineyard.
I'm not really a dog person, but my kids are so we added a puppy to our family a few months ago.
If you went over on the Chappy Ferry this past early week around the time of high tide, you would have driven through up to half a foot of saltwater...
Christmas Bird Count. We lucked out — sort of — this year.
We had a field day. The sun was shining, the temperature was mild, and the afternoon was spent meandering through a meadow in Chilmark.
It was so warm last weekend. I did not start a fire in the wood stove.
The Edgartown select board voted to appoint Rob Morrison as the new town shellfish constable Tuesday. Mr. Morrison has been deputy constable for the...
Adult and Continuing Education of Martha’s Vineyard has received four grants to strengthen training for Island workers and youths.
Capping weeks of debate, the Edgartown select board voted 2-1 Tuesday to place a revised housing bank article on the warrant for the April annual...
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee voted to certify a $24.6 million operating budget for the coming fiscal year Monday night.

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