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A fishing pier and an imperishable bond

About 32 years ago, my dad took my son down to the Oak Bluffs Steamship pier to fish.

Pistoleer captures championship and shotguns prepare for season

Jonathan Gill captured the large-caliber division of the annual M.

Tennis highlights

Scott Smith, Executive Director of Vineyard Youth Tennis, recently attended the World Conference on Tennis, hosted by the U.

Doggone good!

Island dogs have earned an array of off-Island honors in agility and obedience trials.

You gotta register to play

Registration for all MV Youth Hockey programs will be Monday, at the Arena, starting at 4 pm.

Barnstable blanked in ice hockey

The Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey PeeWees skated to a 3-0 home win against the Barnstable Eagles, Saturday.

Fiddlehead Farm closing party

Fiddlehead Farm, a farm market in West Tisbury that sells its own as well as other farm's goods, closed for the season this past Sunday, Oct.

Pumpkin Festival at Morning Glory Farm

The Athearn family hosts their annual Pumpkin Festival at Morning Glory Farm this Saturday, Oct.

Tisbury clerk plans to end hunting, fishing license sales

Hunters and fishermen in the habit of purchasing a new license and wildlife stamps from the Tisbury town clerk will need to hone their computer skills in the new year.

Submersible Alvin on exhibit at Woods Hole

Rushing to make a ferry or to grab a bite before boarding the last boat home, Islanders often buzz through Woods Hole without having a look around.

Penelope Dickens’s clothes benefit VHCAP

Last March, Island resident Penelope Dickens died in a car accident off-Island.

Tisbury School celebrates autumn

On Sunday afternoon, the grounds of the Tisbury School attracted more than 200 students, parents, and neighbors to the 7th annual Harvest Festival, hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization.

Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival schedule

The fourth annual Martha's Vineyard Food and Wine Festival starts tomorrow, Friday, Oct.


to be the last bird of summer.

West Tisbury

Martha Fleishman, Kathy Stevenson, and I had a conversation at Cronig's last week, discussing new varieties of daffodil bulbs available at West Tisbury's nurseries.

Driver education needed

I think it is a serious mistake not to offer an in-school based driving school for our teenagers.

Four-legged hunters pace the State Forest

The Martha's Vineyard Horse Council (MVHC), a grassroots organization of Island equestrians, has a credo: If you want it, build it.

No more years for Governor Patrick

Some have called for a referendum on the subject of wind factories planned in federal and state waters to surround the Vineyard.

Who gets rained on?

Your sports headline, "The rain falls 'On the just and on the unjust'" refers to Matthew 5:45 (''He .