Old farmhouses and their place in the architectural history of the Island were a topic for discussion when a hearing opened on a plan to demolish a...
Expansion plans for the historic Shearer Cottage in Oak Bluffs remain undecided, as longtime family owners attempt to balance a need for economic...
Restoration work has been under way this fall atop the East Chop Lighthouse, the familiar beacon perched on Telegraph Hill that has guided mariners...
With Thanksgiving on the minds of many, members of the Wampanoag tribe spoke on a chilly Thursday evening to reflect on what to them is not a festive...
One of Edgartown’s most historic waterfront blocks is being reimagined as a unified hotel campus by the new owners of the Kelley House, a Boston-...
Dozens gathered at Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs Thursday for a solemn ceremony in honor of Veterans Day, recognizing those, on-Island and off, who have...
A historic home demolition project in Oak Bluffs remains undecided after the Martha’s Vineyard Commission agreed to reopen the written record on the...
Standing at the top of the Gay Head Light you can see for miles, a 360-degree view of the Atlantic Ocean, Noman’s Land, the Elizabeth islands,...
Nevette Previd, a Vineyard Haven consultant who has created and produced numerous Island events including harvest and oyster festivals, has been...
History was on display at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night when a public hearing opened on a major renovation plan for Shearer Cottage...
Looming over the Wampanoag tribe’s immediate future is the fate of a vacant parcel near its tribal headquarters, the proposed site for a 10,000-...
Dozens of Wampanoag tribal members from Aquinnah, Chappaquiddick and Mashpee gathered at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Monday afternoon to observe...

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