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The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's junior class would like to thank Karpet Kare for the generous donation of tile they installed on the counter of the football concession stand, which is located near the high school's football field.

Oak Bluffs

Columbus Day weekend brought us most beautiful sunny, cool weather and the opportunities to work outside and catch up on some of those chores to get ready for colder weather.

Fishermen fail to cast consideration

To the two guys who protested indignantly "Hey, we're just fishing!" Yes, I know it is tiresome to have ultra-rich summer people — who drive a 10-year-old Volvo because they can't afford a new one — touchy about people like you acting like they have an irrevocable right to use their land.

Boston run: Three winners from Island

Among the 4,498 women and girls to run the 2010 B.

Where to get your Martha’s Vineyard pumpkin

The fall harvest time is here and it brings a plethora of one of our favorite holiday symbols and squash: pumpkins.

Martha’s Vineyard Visiting Writers at West Tisbury Library

Folding chairs are lined up in rows facing a wall lined with racks of magazines from "Acres" to "Wooden Boats.


It has been a big year for the Villa family.


Shrieks of laughter and chattering little voices provided a musical background on Sunday afternoon at the Tisbury School.


Even though the season is officially over, there are still plenty of upcoming activities.

Martha’s Vineyard Film Society: “Samson and Delilah”

Australian filmmaker Warwick Thornton captures a segment of his nation's Aborigine culture with heartbreaking beauty in "Samson and Delilah," playing Saturday, October 16, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

Island Elderly Housing’s annual art show

The artistic talent of the residents at Island Elderly Housing (IEH) was on display Saturday, Oct.

Linda Jean’s cookbook benefits Island Food Pantry

Linda Jean's wait staff and customers have whipped up a melange of delectable down home recipes, delivered only seven months after the idea began to simmer.


I hope someone out there is spending these sunny fall days out on the water or the beach, as we all know the same weather that is perfect for lazing about enjoying life is also perfect for lawn work, putting away outdoor furniture, and cleaning out the shed.


Lyme disease comes from deer ticks.


The undefeated Bishop Feehan golf team dropped the Vineyarders at Heather Hills par 36 course, last Thursday, 243 to 245.

West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs win track meets

The second round of interscholastic junior high track meets was held Friday at the high school oval.

“Masterly” soccer

The Vineyard FC (soccer) Masters returned to their winning ways Sunday by defeating Easton on their "home field" at the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School in Bourne.

Girls soccer loss to Bishop Stang

The MV girls varsity soccer team has yet to win a game but they gave Bishop Stang about as much as they could handle before conceding, 2-0.

Field hockey girls tie with Bridgewater

The Vineyard field hockey team edged closer to nailing a post-season playoff berth, Friday, but could not find the necessary goal to defeat visiting West Bridgewater.

Islanders lose top place to mainlanders in Columbus Day 5K road race

Luke Grasmeyer, 22, of Chittenang, N.