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Martha’s Vineyard posts soccer sweep over Whitinsville

The girls evened their record at 2-2, while the boys remained unbeaten after six matches.

Vineyarders beat Randolph 18-6 for first win

The Purple defense and special teams helped M.V. bounce back with a big win after opening the season with two tough losses.

Coop for a cause

A summer project results in a stylish residence for some lucky birds, and a fundraising project for an Island organization.

MCAS scores show achievement and growth

School administrators say they are pleased with the preliminary results from the 2013 MCAS exams, but there is more work to be done.

A birthday bash for Juno after Gaff Rig Race win

The majestic schooner celebrated ten years of sailing in Vineyard waters.

Senator Wolf may keep seat during review of ethics rules

Whether Sen. Wolf can resume his campaign for governor is still an open question of ethics.

Sharks named 2013 FCBL Organization of the Year

Thanks to the tireless work of GM Jerry Murphy and his staff, and championship play on the field, The Sharks helped make the Island a better place in 2013.

Dukes County Health Council sponsors medical marijuana info meeting

The Dukes County Health Council invited policy expert Kevin Sabet to speak on the issue.

DCHC hosts medical marijuana meeting Thursday

The Duke's County Health Council (DCHC) hosted a marijuana tutorial this morning for town officials and some of the four applicants for medical marijuana dispensaries on Martha's Vineyard — all of them anxious to learn the ropes of the new state effort to permit the distribution of medical marijuana.

Derby fisherman vows a revived effort

The strategy this year is ambitious – a quick start out of the gate


The photograph published on September 12 to accompany the Editorial "Getting a handle on an unpredictable education cost," was mistakenly credited.

MVRHS Sports Highlights

The Vineyard girls lost 2-0 Tuesday at Somerset Berkley in the EAC opener.

Sports Highlights

Broadcasts of Martha's Vineyard varsity football games will be carried on

Day of Peace

The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by UN Resolution 36/67.

In support of the Food Pantry

According to Armen Hanjian, Island Food Pantry coordinator, this is the largest annual donation of food that the Pantry receives.

Ceremony of Remembrance at Edgartown Lighthouse

A Ceremony of Remembrance at the Children's Memorial at the Edgartown Lighthouse on Saturday, September 21, will honor the lives of children who have died.

Equinox walk and yoga at Felix Neck

Celebrate the autumnal equinox by getting outside and getting active at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary. The Mass Audubon property in Edgartown will host two...

Plug-in day will showcase electric cars

All things electric vehicle will be on display, under the solar canopies at the Vineyard Haven Cronig's Saturday, September 28.

Tisbury selectmen focus on energy, electric and solar

A public hearing about NSTAR poles gave the Tisbury selectmen an opportunity for a dialogue with company representatives.