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Evening of the Arts showcased Martha’s Vineyard students

Many students showed off their work from the school year last Wednesday at the annual event.

Rainy weekend forecast means finding fun indoors

Don't let the rain stop you from having a great holiday weekend on Martha's Vineyard.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

The Polly Hill Arboretum Visitor Center opens for the season this Saturday, May 25, with its annual opening day plant sale from 10 am to 2 pm.

Featured favorites: Thriller and mystery

Get a head start on Vineyard summer reading.

Tisbury officer placed on paid leave, pending hearing

Town officials say privacy rights prevent them from discussing why Officer Kelly Kershaw has been placed on leave.

Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society kicks off concert season

Delores Stevens plays with Lila Brown, Michael Wayne, and Blaise Dejardin this Sunday, May 26.

West Tisbury principal Michael Halt offered job in California

The popular and respected educator has been tapped to become the principal of San Clemente High School.

Tisbury selectmen approve meter system for Park and Ride lot

After debating the idea for almost two years, the selectmen say it's time to face the meter in Tisbury's Park and Ride lot.

Miracle in Edgartown – harbor fuel sales are on for holiday

Town officials scrambled to get the harbor's only fuel facility ready this week, and they say it will be open, but questions remain.

Conference plans that split Oak Bluffs selectmen are changed

A leadership conference planned for 300 to 400 executives at the Island Inn that riled residents in Harthaven has been moved to Featherstone.

Can you hear me now? The bluefish are in

Bluefish surround Chappy, just in time to give anglers plenty of action during this long holiday weekend.

Fresh paint, Facebook post lead Edgartown police to suspect

A burglary suspect's enthusiasm over his new work boots was his first misstep.

Stolen Tulin torso returned to its rightful thighs

Thanks to an alert UPS driver, part of a sculpture taken from a Vineyard Haven porch last October is back in its proper place.

Capawock Theatre to reopen; Oak Bluffs theaters may stay dark

With the Island Theater closed for major repairs and the Strand leased for other uses, movies are unlikely in Oak Bluffs this summer.

Design meeting explores Water Street affordable housing options

Architects and planners agree that creating affordable housing next door to Vineyard Haven's Stop and Shop is both an opportunity and a challenge.

Martha’s Vineyard will commemorate Memorial Day with tradition

Islanders will mark the holiday weekend with many ceremonies of remembrance for those who died in their nation's service.

Monuments underscore the sacrifice we honor on Memorial Day

A photo essay of Martha's Vineyard monuments honoring the service and sacrifice of her soldiers.

Two boys come of age on the Mississippi in “Mud”

Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon star in this coming of age story in Arkansas.

Artist receptions this weekend on Martha’s Vineyard

Friends of Family Planning Art Show Gala 6 to 8 pm at the Ag Hall in West Tisbury.