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Denniston building demo permit under MVC review

The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) Monday began a review of the Island Affordable Housing Fund's (IAHF) request for a permit to demolish the Denniston house.

Oak Bluffs moderator gives up gavel

Oak Bluffs moderator Dave Richardson will not be a candidate for reelection.

No holiday lull for Tisbury selectmen

The Tisbury selectmen emptied a stocking full of agenda items at a two-hour meeting Monday night.

News from The Yard

With a busy 2010 season behind it, The Yard dance colony in Chilmark is looking ahead to 2011.

Sports Highlights

In interscholastic boys junior high basketball play, the West Tisbury Hawks were too tall and too much for the Edgartown Eagles at West Tisbury, Tuesday, 59-24.

Vineyard trounces Titans

The MVRHS boys varsity basketball team started slowly in their season opener at Pembroke and trailed the Titans 13-2 in the early going.

Girls travel teams on a roll

The MV fifth grade girls travel team played Dartmouth at the Bourne Middle School, Sunday, and came away with a 26-18 win.

Heat beat Suns in RCBL 6th week

The Heat pulled away from the Suns in the second half of their meeting at the B&G Club, Monday.

Island gymnasts place well in Sandcastle Meet

The Island Gymnastics Training School hosted the 18th annual Sandcastle Meet on Saturday, November 14.

MV Sharks unveil logo

The new summer collegiate Martha's Vineyard Sharks unveiled a team logo today, complete with the iconic shark fin and colors to match Martha's Vineyard High School's athletic teams.

Up-Island eighth-graders top state MCAS scores

The Up-Island Regional School District's (UIRSD) eighth-grade students ranked number one among their peers in 283 school districts statewide on scores for Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exams taken last spring.

The school system alone cannot combat bullying effectively

The Martha's Vineyard public schools have moved deliberately to develop and adopt policies that will combat bullying and cyber-bullying, in accord with requirements of a state law approved in May.

TWI hosts ribbon-cutting at Tisbury’s new water testing lab

Harriet Barrow, Tisbury Waterways Inc.

Vineyard girls iced by Wilmington

The high school girls varsity ice hockey team opened its seasonal play versus Wilmington, here, Friday, and gave the Wildcats a good tussle before conceding 4-2.

BC conducts youth hockey clinic at MV Arena

Boston College associate head coach Mike Cavanaugh and assistant coach Greg Brown conducted a series of youth hockey clinics at the Martha's Vineyard Arena on Wednesday, Dec.

Jayvee girls

The MV junior varsity basketball team dropped Wareham, 60-39 behind Kat Debettencourt's 39 points.

Girls lose opener

Day trippers from Wareham visited the Sancy Pachico gym, Monday, and defeated the Vineyarders in the Hoops season opener, 56-48.

A 1950s image

Some Americans suggest that we have achieved a colorblind society.

Reel Picks

A disappointing third in the C.

Chilmark police target drunk drivers with extra patrols

Although 'tis the season of holiday cheer, the Chilmark Police Department plans to crack down on drivers who overindulge in the alcoholic kind.