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Vineyarders repel Spartans, Vikings, and Warriors in boys hoops

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity boys basketball team won three times this week, improving to 8-2 overall and 3-0 in Eastern Athletic Conference play.

State health care pricing reform panel fails to take shape

A special commission controlled by Gov.

Taxpayers pay for state’s misbegotten green energy plans

I was watching "On the Record" on Channel 5 Sunday with Gov.

Sports Highlights

The Vineyard 7th grade girls played twice over the weekend.

Suns burn Bulls at buzzer in RCBL thriller

Sterling Bishop tapped in a rebound as time expired to give the Suns a 96-94 win over the slumping Bulls in the opening game of Monday night's double-header at the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club in Edgartown.

West Tisbury

Tonight was an ice sky.

In the subsidized energy business, not agriculture

Two Chilmark farms were recently granted permits for large-scale wind turbines, under a presumed agricultural use exemption.

Margie Haven

Margie Haven, 89, died peacefully at Martha's Vineyard Hospital on January 14, 2011.

Oak Bluffs

I need ice skates (and better balance) to navigate from the back porch to the car.

Town moderators meet at Mansion House

A group of town moderators recently opened the floor to discussion amongst themselves at a meeting at the Mansion House.

Hawks burn Blazers in interscholastic hoops

The West Tisbury boys remained undefeated at 4-0 with a thorough 48-35 win over visiting Oak Bluffs, last Thursday afternoon.

Vineyard girls fall to Bishop Stang in double OT

The Vineyard girls varsity basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Eastern Athletic Conference rival Bishop Stang, 51-47, in double overtime Tuesday night in North Dartmouth.

Vineyard icemen finally come home

The Vineyard boys' varsity hockey team finally played its home opener Friday night, one month into the season after going 1-4 on the road.

Cambridge skates past Vineyard girls for Nan Rheault title

The 10th Nan Rheault invitational girls high school hockey tournament had a distinct sense of dejá vu.


We were so confident, so sure the game would be so easy.

A youth group for all comers

In The Times's January 13 issue of The High School View, Kristen Parece wrote a wonderful article titled "Youth Group makes global impact.


It certainly feels like January in this house: I've been sick for a week, and I have two hyper dogs who are dying to get out and run around, but not in those silly jackets they have to wear.

Slight improvement marks 2010 for SSA traffic

Steamship Authority traffic in 2010 made modest gains compared with the line's performance in 2009.

We’ve been there, and from here

Here is, the rest of the story.