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Sure footed Martha’s Vineyard beat Coyle Cassidy Friday

Final score 41-12. Despite the rain, MVRHS won against Coyle Cassidy Warriors.

Ronald M. Binney

Ronald Morgan Binney of Edgartown, an international architect, died on September 6 at Sandwich of lung cancer complications.

Weddings/Engagements

Krista Lee Gaziano and Anthony Rocker Moreis married on July 9 at St.

Jerome Healy

Jerome "Buddy" Healy, 81, died on September 9 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Vineyard harriers dominate Bishop Stang

High school cross country teams are winners, posting 2-0 records for the young season.

Phone solicitors with failing BBB grade target Island for charity

Professional telephone solicitors working for the New England chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (NEPVA) are calling Island residents, soliciting donations in amounts of $100, $200, and $300.

Wounded warriors go fishing on Chappy

The 3rd annual American Heroes Saltwater Challenge brought recovering wounded soldiers to Martha's Vineyard for five days of fishing and relaxing.

Betsy Boggess

Betsy Boggess of Katama died Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital in Oak Bluffs.

Weekly Update – top news and noteworthy events, September 22

From fundraising event for Angel Flight to Oak Bluffs beach clean up day, top news and events happening this week on Martha's Vineyard.

Achievements

Dina Salvatore BenDavid of Edgartown has been inducted into the Frontier Nursing Honor Society at the Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing in Hyden, Kentucky.

Teenage dreams: Inside a teen’s room

The teenage room is unique. While younger children may allow parents to choose bedspreads & the 20 year old de-clutters, a teenager's room is different.

Thinking outside the paintbox: Decorative painters on the Vineyard

To match the variety of decorative painting techniques available, there is a variety of decorative painters on the Vineyard

Winter gardening on Martha’s Vineyard

Today, with forethought, it is unnecessary to kiss goodbye fresh, homegrown vegetables, especially healthful greens.

Off-season is caretaker season on Martha’s Vineyard

Given that the average price of an Island home is $700,000, hiring a caretaker seems a prudent investment to many.

Crabapple trees: Jewels of the Vineyard landscape

There are few plants that create greater visual impact during all four seasons than the flowering crabapple.

Gardner Baldwin

Gardner Baldwin of Vineyard Haven died of a heart attack, on Wednesday, September 7, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Ted Farrow

A service will be held Saturday, October 1, at 2 pm at the Abel's Hill Cemetery in Chilmark, for Ted Farrow.

Tisbury selectmen set scallop season dates

The Tisbury selectmen approved opening dates in October for scallop season in the harbor, Lake Tashmoo, and Lagoon Pond.

SSA will move reservations to airport; sees no rate increases

The Steamship Authority plans to move its Island reservations office to the Martha's Vineyard Airport terminal.

Chilmark selectmen consider rental, health insurance costs

Chilmark selectmen on Tuesday, discussed a possible spike in health care costs for town employees, approved maximum rents for the Middle Line Road project, and reviewed plans to repair the damaged wave wall at the pier in Menemsha.