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Noteworthy events

Christmas in Edgartown is bringing back the pet parade this year, as part of the annual Saturday parade down Main Street.

Sail Martha’s Vineyard art auction

Sail Martha's Vineyard will transform its offices at the historic Mayhew Schoolhouse on Main Street, Vineyard Haven, into an art gallery for a seasonal fundraising sale that opens this Saturday, Dec.

The lure of a formal garden

Our recent Thanksgiving trip yielded a few horticultural observations, among many other holiday experiences.

Edgartown harbor revenue mirrors sluggish economy

Edgartown harbor master Charlie Blair tells a story to illustrate how much his world has changed.

West Tisbury students learn, then teach

Three sixth-graders at West Tisbury School traveled to Baltimore late last month to present a technological learning tool they had mastered.

Wreaths and ribbons

An industrious team of elves has been busy this past week constructing one-of-a-kind Vineyard wreaths for a sale and holiday party happening tonight at the Federated Church in Edgartown.

Sadie Nardini to host weekend yoga workshop

When I began practicing yoga a little over a year ago, I certainly couldn't have predicted where I would be now.

How old is that doggie…?

Saturday is my daughter's Bat Mitzvah.

Two showings by Martha’s Vineyard film organizations

Island filmgoers have a choice of two film events this weekend.

Holiday bazaars, shopping galore

The Vineyard has dusted off the fall foliage to make way for a bright and shiny holiday season.

“The Nutcracker” casts its spell this weekend

"The Nutcracker" will come alive on the stage of the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's Performing Arts Center this weekend for the 13th year in a row.

Island Community Chorus’s Holiday Concert

Continuing a tradition begun in 1999, the Island Community Chorus will present its annual Holiday Concert this Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, Dec.

DOR in harsh review of Dukes County government

A state Department of Revenue (DOR) review of Dukes County finances and organizational structure recommends 18 changes to improve county operations.

Vineyard Gazette sold to Kohlberg Family

Jerome and Nancy Kohlberg, longtime seasonal residents who live in Mt.

Emily Bramhall embodies the Spirit of the Vineyard

Emily Bramhall's hard work on behalf of Islanders has earned her this year's Spirit of the Vineyard Award.

Crop Walk to the Y

On Friday, November 19, at the Federated Church in Edgartown, the five people who raised the money for last month's CROP Walk were presented certificates to the YMCA to be used towards programs or membership.