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Vineyard post-season ends in double OT loss, 88-85 to Spellman

The Martha's Vineyard basketball team's post-season tourney action ended Tuesday evening at Sandwich High School, in a thrilling double-overtime loss, 88-85, to Cardinal Spellman of Brockton, despite a school record 44-point performance by Peter Keaney.

Sports Highlights

The MV Travel Mites ice hockey team took on Barnstable, Sunday, and soundly beat them, 6-0.

Second seed boys basketball team begins tournament play

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys varsity basketball team ended its regular season with a 17-3 record.

Girls varsity basketball coach assesses the year

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity girls basketball team closed out its season on February 23 with a heartbreaking loss to a feisty Norton team on a last second 3 pointer, 46-44.

Let the search for a librarian move ahead

Regarding coverage of last week's special town meeting

Kathleen “Kay” Kenney

Kathleen "Kay" Kenney died peacefully on Friday, February 25, 2011 in Virginia, surrounded by her family.

It’s worse than we thought

The Oscar-nominated documentary "Inside Job" played to a sold-out house at Capawock last night.

Rider’s critique at Red Pony Farm

On Sunday, Feb.

No straight talk on Oak Bluffs budget

Just a few thoughts on the last Oak Bluffs town meeting.

Take back the beach club’s moorings

I have sent the following letter to the Oak Bluffs selectmen, regarding $30,000 in new harbor revenue.

Senior hockey players finish season in style

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity and junior varsity hockey teams squared off against Whitman-Hanson on Friday at the MV Arena.

Oak Bluffs

Did someone say something about in like a lion or lamb? Today as I write this on February 28 it is certainly lion-like weather.


Sad to say February vacation is drawing to a close, but the good news is we've made it to March, and before you know it, we'll all be on the beach again perhaps looking forward to the quiet days of winter.


I used to have a dog like that.

Joseph Jay Napolitan Jr.

Joseph Jay Napolitan Jr.

West Tisbury

March already.


March has arrived in true soggy fashion, but this month does host the first day of spring — officially, although I always feel like spring doesn't really start here until May.

Other Eagles

Steve Myrick's article on the Island's newest Eagle Scout named only three other Islanders to accomplish this distinguished feat.

Her day

Life seldom makes sense, especially when those we love are taken from us in ways that are as terrible as they are inexplicable.