After around three years at the head of the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank’s goat grazing operation, Island farmer Zachary Jesse is hanging up his hat...
In addition to being a Martha’s Vineyard resident, the ideal candidate needs to have “entrepreneurial spirit, exemplary leadership skills, and a...
The Island is under a gale warning throughout the day, with the National Weather Service predicting up to seven-foot seas and 40-knot gusts.
While most of commuters to the Island take Steamship Authority ferries from Woods Hole, a few dozen are now making their way to and from the Vineyard...
A memorial service, celebrating the life of Linda Fischer, will be held on April 7 at 12 p.m. at the Chilmark Community Center.
Appeals court judges affirmed a Dukes County Superior Court judge’s opinion that Vineyard Conservation Society is the rightful owner of the parcel...
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum has partnered with Aquila MV to take over operations of the First Light Cafe at the museum.
The creation of the Martha's Vineyard Commission harks back to meetings around kitchen tables in the late 1960s and early 1970s when the first...
In 1972, the Vineyard was largely undeveloped, a quiet place with a scattering of mostly modest summer homes. The natural landscape was unspoiled...
The four-chair clinic, currently under construction, will be located at Mariners Landing in Edgartown, and is part of a larger expansion of the...
A celebration of life for Christopher Aring-Sharkovitz will be held Saturday, March 16 at 2 p.m. at the Agricultural Hall in West Tisbury.
Our pet of the week is Pepper, is a nine-month-old, female Plott hound.

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