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Vineyard golfers clinch state tourney berth

The Vineyarders were up to par down the stretch, winning five of their last six matches to finish the regular season above .500.

All things chocolate at Featherstone festival

The 10th annual chocolate extravaganza was the sweetest yet.

Noteworthy events coming up on Martha’s Vineyard

Walk for animals, run for Columbus Day, or feast at a pig roast.

Island ambulance crews get advanced heart monitors

Purchased through a federal grant, the cardiac monitors will allow medics and doctors to get life saving treatment started sooner.

Police net huge stash of drugs, cash in Oak Bluffs raid

UPDATED: The three man faced a long list of drug charges at their arraignment in Edgartown District Court.

Coast Guard helicopter plucks two men from grounded boat off Wasque

The men reported their lobster boat was on a shoal and taking on water.

Seeing the light (houses)

Cape Cod has more lighthouses than any other region in the country. When winter darkens your afternoons, go bask in their warm glow.

High school committee meeting focused on student achievement

The budget subcommittee's next meeting is at 8 am on October 21.

Regional High School class of 2013 outperforms all others on SAT, AP scores

As a group, the students outperformed the high school's previous classes and their peers at the state, New England, and national levels on SAT exams.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

Patrick O'Brien, Boston; DOB 9/17/81, intimidating a witness: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; disorderly conduct: guilty, must pay $50 fine; larceny under $250: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth.

Roundtrip Excursion: 44 hours in the hub of the universe

We shopped, we gawked, we walked, we talked. No mall food required.

No passing grade for them

To the Editor: It needs fixin'. One old saying goes, "If it ain't broke don't fix it." Well the Congress is broke. In high school, our...

Oak Bluffs selectmen dig into thorny issue with Island landscaper

Selectmen mull home based business permit for Crossland Landscaping.

Martha’s Vineyard provides a soldier’s respite

A veteran of Afghanistan talks about duty, sacrifice, and the meaning of his Island welcome.

Deer hunting safely from a stand is no accident

Well connected hunters can avoid becoming a grim statistic.

Online check station is one change for upcoming deer hunting season

Hunters play a valuable management role in controlling the size of the state's deer herd.

All clear, and thank you

As restaurant owners, operators, and food professionals, our number one concern is always the safety of our guests.

MVRHS Sports Highlights

"We played great, I thought we played phenomenal," coach Knight said.

Sports Highlights

James Craig of Edgartown captured the large caliber pistol division title with a perfect score of 400 at the annual Martha's Vineyard Pistol Championships Saturday at the Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club.

October eats – Food happenings on the Island

Tons of food to try, from the P-A Club Fish Fry to the Martha's Vineyard Food and Wine Festival