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Inmate charged with smuggling drugs into Dukes County Jail

Investigators believe the inmate concealed the drugs before he was taken into custody at the courthouse.

Sports highlights

Bridgewater State University quarterback Mike McCarthy was named the New England Football Conference Player of the week over this past weekend.

Vineyard U-14 girls soccer team ties Dartmouth, finish unbeaten

The MV United Under-14 girls soccer team capped off an undefeated 8-0-1 regular season Saturday with a 1-1 tie at Dartmouth.

Vineyard U-13 boys soccer team drops Falmouth to finish 5-1

Six different goal scorers helped the MV United Under 13 boys soccer team end the season on a high note with a big win over rival Falmouth.

Island runners compete at Middle School and Coaches invitationals

Vineyard middle school and high school cross-country runners competed in off-Island events last weekend.

Gone Hunting: Pellet gun practice helps prepare for deer and zombies

The Crosman Nitro Venom is perfect for backyard target practice and the occasional garden pest. But make no mistake, it is not a toy.

Vineyard FC finishes regular season 10-0, hosts playoff game

The Vineyard Over The Hill Gang will put its unbeaten record on the line Sunday at MVRHS in a South sectional semifinal against CD Falailense.

Lakers, Suns winners as RCBL hoops return for 25th year

RCBL basketball is back after an 20 month absence. The Lakers tipped off against the two-time defending champion Heat and the Suns met the Bulls.

Tisbury selectmen consider more stop signs at hearings next week

Public hearings on three-way stops at several intersections are set for November 13. One issue – does use of stop signs violate state rules?

Martha’s Vineyard Community Notes

This year's Spirit of the Vineyard Award will be presented to Greg Orcutt on Wednesday, November 14, at The Grill on Main in Edgartown from 4-6 pm.

Poets Corner: Gone

Gone Dragging my feet into this one more than ever before. Closer to mortality? Dreading a late dawn? My garden still lingers, teasing me Nasturtium on withered vine. The fatigue...

Bridge Results

Win, place, and show (or first, second, and third place) finishes at duplicate bridge are often a matter of how you look at the numbers.

Weddings/Engagements

Eiza Francisco DePaula and Richard D.

Martha’s Vineyarders send clothing, blankets to Sandy victims

Three loads of donations from Martha's Vineyard will be delivered by Island volunteers to communities in New York and New Jersey.

Births

Samantha N.

Clothing swap benefits Women Empowered and hurricane victims

High fashion is where you find it, and you may find it at the swap. Women may also find themselves empowered and helpful to others.

Craig’s Bicycles becomes Vineyard Bicycles

Craig's changes hands.

Two Susans will close in early January

Two Susans, a gift shop at 65 Main Street in Vineyard Haven, will close in early January, owner Susan Leland told The Times this week.

Martha’s Vineyard Screenprinting moves to Vineyard Haven.

Martha's Vineyard Screenprinting has moved to the building that now houses the new Radio Shack store, at 426 State Road, Vineyard Haven.