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Martha’s Vineyard boys tennis team bows out in regional final

The best season in Martha's Vineyard boys tennis history reached a heroic, but disappointing end, with a 3-2 loss to top ranked Cape Cod Academy Friday.

Martha’s Vineyard Sharks debut 3-0; Thursday’s game is on

The Martha's Vineyard Sharks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League debuted at Vineyard Baseball Park Friday afternoon, beating the Seacoast Mavericks 7-1.

Daniel Bryant

Daniel "Danny" Bryant of Chilmark died on Thursday, June 9, at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston from injuries he sustained in a fall on May 31.

Boat builder’s shed rises on empty Tisbury waterfront lot

Ted Box and his son, Jake, will build a scow schooner in a temporary building on the Boch Lot in Vineyard Haven.

Adult summer softball begins

The Men's Summer Softball League begins play Monday, June 13, at Tisbury's Veterans War Memorial Park, at 6:15 pm.

Tisbury security/firefighting boat hits rough seas

Criticism flies between marine surveyor and Tisbury officials over construction of harbor security vessel.

Martha’s Vineyard high school committee wraps up school year

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) District school committee wrapped up its last regular meeting of the school year Monday night.

The Rainbow Place stages 13th June Jamboree

The Rainbow Place pre-school in Edgartown staged its 13th annual June Jamboree on June 7 at the Old Whaling Church.

Martha’s Vineyard U-11 lacrosse teams wins season ender

The Under-11 Vineyard boys lacrosse team finished its scheduled season by defeating Dartmouth at Dartmouth, 18-9.

Halisky is singles champion

Michael Halisky, head tennis pro at Vineyard Youth Tennis, won the Longshore 35 Singles championship at Westport, Connecticut last weekend.

Little League action in majors and minors

The Major League-leading Cubs shut out the Cardinals Saturday, 10-0.

Harsh decision blames Oak Bluffs for breaking bid laws

The state's attorney general issues a report sharply critical of Oak Bluffs public bidding compliance. The town's administrator is under fire.

Vineyard boys tennis team goes to finals, girls lose in semis

The Vineyard boys tennis team surged into the south regional finals of the MIAA division 3 state tournament with a thorough dismantling of 10th seeded Norwell, Wednesday afternoon at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.

Good golf tourney for a good cause on Martha’s Vineyard

The 17th annual Martha's Vineyard Boys & Girls Club golf tournament, to benefit of the Big Brothers-Big Sisters and the Boys and Girls Club, was played Sunday by 110 golfers at Farm Neck.

Collegiate baseball comes to Martha’s Vineyard

Among those in attendance at the opening of the Sharks summer baseball season, Friday, will be Bob Stanley, for 13 years a member of the Boston Red Sox pitching staff.

All-Island School Committee considers new animals in school policy

A second reading of a new draft policy on animals in school is on the All-Island School Committee's (AISC) agenda tonight.


A birth announcement in the May 19 issue reported the first name of the son of Jade Hattingh and Flavio Couto incorrectly.

MV Arts and Culture Collaborative previews summer events, shows

Martha's Vineyard Arts and Culture Collaborative hosted an introductory event to this summer's shows, classes, and artist exhibitions.

Patrick reverse on criminal alien program means little here

Gov. Deval Patrick will not comply with federal initiative to track illegal immigrants who are arrested. On Martha's Vineyard, it happens anyhow.

Tisbury ponders solutions for ESF construction delays and costs

Tisbury's multi-million emergency services building, plagued with building issues, will require more time and money.