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One horse mauled to death, another injured in gruesome attack

The attack on the miniature horses occurred Saturday off Meeting House Way in Edgartown. Police urged Island farmers to be vigilant.

Police officers rescue drowning man from Oak Bluffs harbor

In the early morning darkness Thursday, Tisbury police officer Jason Marathas jumped into Oak Bluffs harbor to save a man struggling to stay afloat.

Where to go for Mother’s Day brunch on Martha’s Vineyard

If brunch is your thing, you are in luck this Sunday as many restaurants are open for Mother's Day.

Noteworthy events coming up on Martha’s Vineyard

Island Theatre Workshop announced recently that it will present "The Wizard of Oz" as its late-summer production this year.

Featured favorites: Books for mom

"Home Made Summer" by Yvette Van Boven – This third in a series of cookbooks by Van Boven is a delicious collection of recipes with step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs.

Martha’s Vineyard Schools sign new pact with cafeteria workers

School cafeteria employees will receive salary increases and longevity pay increases under the terms of a new contract.

Martha’s Vineyard girls down Coyle Cassidy 21-7 in girls lacrosse

Taylor Poggi, Alayna Hutchinson, and Molly Wallace led the way as the Vineyarders tasted success for the first time in two weeks.

Vineyarders lose to Bishop Feehan on road to softball playoff berth

Down 4-3, Bishop Feehan rallied for 11 runs in the top of the fourth, following a 45 minute lightning delay and beat the Vineyarders 14-4.

Eggs for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert

Eggs are one of the most difficult foods to perfect in all their incarnations and are also one of the most versatile.

The granddaddy of tribute band concerts this Saturday

Island bands will rock out for the under-13 soccer teams this Saturday at The Lampost.

Sports highlights

Bucs pitcher Jack Sierputoski outdueled Benny Binder.

MVRHS sports highlights

The young Vineyarders gave a good account of themselves Tuesday against the visiting Shamrocks.

Vineyard youth lacrosse teams tangle with Nantucket, Lakeville

The girls split against Lakeville and the boys came up short against Nantucket and Dartmouth as five teams played Sunday at MVRHS.

Martha’s Vineyard boys tennis team back on winning track

After having their 32 match unbeaten string snapped by Barnstable Monday, the Vineyarders rolled over Bishop Stang, 5-0.

Electrologist Eileen Reilly attended seminars

Electrologist Eileen Reilly recently attended the Massachusetts Association of Electrologists' annual spring seminar in Waltham where a variety of speakers discussed topics of importance to the professional attendees.

Tisbury Police caution elderly on phone scam

Police said that two senior citizens received calls Wednesday from a Mississippi company about phony payments.

Oak Bluffs building inspector working toward certification

The town's building inspector has yet to complete the required testing for state certification as a municipal building inspector.

“Renoir” captures impressionist beauty

As a slow-moving, painterly tableau itself, "Renoir" celebrates a bygone era but it's still a trip into the past worth taking.

A benefit for cancer support, fashion show, and gardening help

This Saturday is the fourth annual Garden Tea Party and Fashion Show, hosted by Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs.