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Demonstration of new solar thermal technology

SunWaterMV, an Island company that specializes in solar technology, will hold an open house demonstration of ways to reduce fossil fuel use with new solar thermal technology.

Mansion House uses geothermal technology to green its business

A geothermal heat pump system, run by the stored solar energy found in the abundant groundwater below the Mansion House, along with a sophisticated energy control system, now make the hotel one of the greenest hotels in Massachusetts, according to a press statement released this week by Susan Goldstein, the owner with her husband, Sherm, of the Vineyard Haven business.

Seasons comedy show correction

The comedians named in an advertisement for the Sunday Bud Light comedy series at Seasons Pub on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs that appears on page 5 in the Calendar is incorrect.

Tisbury selectmen hold Comcast hearing

The Tisbury selectmen met jointly with the board of public works (BPW) commissioners Tuesday.

MassDOT considers Tisbury connector road grant

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) put Tisbury's proposed connector road project between State Road and Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road on the agenda for a formal presentation by town officials at 2 pm, August 31, in the Transportation Building in Boston.

grizzlies win

The summer of 2010 witnessed the birth of two Island ladies 3.

Chilmark run

A full complement of 1,500 persons have registered to run the annual Chilmark 5K this Saturday, beginning at 10:30 am.

Summer residents criticize Oak Bluffs beach conditions

Oak Bluffs selectmen held their annual meeting with summer residents Tuesday.

Ralph D. Bermudes

Ralph Donald Bermudes, born in Havana, Cuba in 1928, the eldest son of Ralph Angel and Charlotte (Meserve) Bermudes, died on the island of Martha's Vineyard on Thursday, July 22, 2010.

Sports highlights

Eight tables were in play Saturday morning at the Bridge Club of Martha's Vineyard tables in the Tisbury senior center.

Twelve-meter yachts race

The Edgartown Yacht Club was host to a regatta for 12-meter yachts during the week.

Men’s softball reaches semis

The MV Men's Summer Softball League has reached the semifinal round of the season-ending playoffs.

Chali 2na at Nectar’s

Former member of Jurassic 5, hip-hop artist Chali 2na performs at Nectar's this Friday, August 13 with Two Fresh, Break Science, Borahm Lee, and Adam Deitch.

Noteworthy events

The nonprofit Martha's Vineyard Center for Living (formerly the Island Council on Aging) hosts a Summer Bazaar and Fancy Fleas this Saturday, August 14, at the M.

State Road neighbors step up safety campaign

A group of State Road residents and business owners has stepped up a campaign to limit traffic speed and caution bicyclists to walk along the stretch from Main Street to Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road.

Lock your bikes

We arrived at our grandfather's house at 84 William Street in Vineyard Haven last Sunday night at about 11 pm.

Reel Picks

Even with Bette Midler, Neal Patrick Harris, and Nick Nolte doing the voices of anthropomorphized pets, it's a gimmicky, dog vs.

Wind energy is a bad bargain

Besides fearlessness — Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker appeared Sunday evening in the unforgiving Democrat precincts of Chilmark — Mr.

Summer Basketball

At the beginning of the final week before the season-ending playoffs, the Niantic Park Basketball Summer League standings showed the Kings of Cottage City in first place with a record of eight wins and one loss.