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Boys win and girls lose in soccer

The MVRHS boys' varsity soccer team hosted Chatham on the Dan McCarthy Field, Saturday, and the teams played to a mutually frustrating scoreless tie.

The fishing pier is a necessary natural for the Vineyard

This is a letter I've sent to the Martha's Vineyard Commission.

Your Town, Our Island at Martha’s Vineyard Museum

Saturday morning, and strangers are starting conversations with each other, wondering aloud about what it was like when Thomas Coffin's and H.

Vietnamese, U.S. families reunite on Martha’s Vineyard

Thirty-one years ago, Steve and Joyce Maxner of West Tisbury went out on a limb to offer a haven for a family half a world away that they'd never met.

Dorothea M. King

Dot King of Santa Ana, California, died September 15 at the age of 80 after a brief illness.

Chamber names winners of “Martha” awards

The Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its 2nd annual Business Awards, "THE MARTHA'S.

Almost time for the Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival

Tickets for the fourth annual Martha's Vineyard Food and Wine Festival, to be held October 15 and 16, are on sale now for all events: classes, seminars, the opening party, and the Grand Tasting.

ArtFarm enjoys success

At its inception in early 2009, ArtFarm Enterprises stated a mission: "To provide a creatively fertile environment where professional artists can grow their art, while simultaneously teaching the community how to cultivate their own.

Care from the Heart offers services for Island elderly

Care from the Heart (CFTH), a Cape Cod-based company now operating on the Vineyard, hires Island caregivers to work with elderly Islanders in need of companion services and/or personal care, according to a press release.

Noteworthy events

Fall classes are starting at the Sacred Circle of Yoga Studio with MJ Bindu Delekta.

West Tisbury

I was surprised to find myself turning on the porch light for Mike to come home, around six o'clock, and about the same time in the morning when I let the dogs out.

Self sufficiency on Martha’s Vineyard

Tad Crawford, one of the organizers of last Saturday's Living Local Harvest Festival, prefaced his introduction to each of the day's seven speakers by outlining the mission of the event.

Simple Vineyard kindness

To the Editor:Why is the Vineyard special? My husband and I were working on a project that required a piece of copper.

Sour milkweed threatens butterflies

The lively and mellow Living Local/Harvest Fest took precedence over my being able to participate in the "Goldenrod: Identification of Island Species" workshop, interesting as it was to me, which was offered by Melissa Dow Cullina at Polly Hill Arboretum last Friday and Saturday.

Bourne Bridge will be reduced to one lane in each direction

Lane restrictions on the Bourne Bridge will begin October 12, so the U.

Oak Bluffs

Windy, windy and rain seems to be the future for most of this week.

IEH appoints Hillside Village site manager

Island Elderly Housing (IEH) has appointed Leslie Digby Rizza site Manager at Hillside Village, a unit of IEH.


We typically associate babies with spring.


So sorry, readers, but I gave out some wrong information about Cranberry Day, October 12.


Island high school students have good dreams.