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Martha’s Vineyard icemen rally to win 3-2 in home opener

Brian Fraser notched a hat trick as the Vineyarders came from behind to beat Lowell Catholic at the MV Arena.

Deck the halls, with ornaments offered only on Martha’s Vineyard

Enough Island-made decorations for a fleet of trees and miles of mantels.

He lights Edgartown for Christmas

Tom Bassett and his family have been putting up the Edgartown Christmas lights since WWII.

Martha’s Vineyard girls win, boys lose in high school hoops openers

Kat deBettencourt scored 19 points in Julie Schmidt's debut as Vineyard coach, while DeShawn James totaled 28 in Sandwich.

Christmas in Edgartown event schedule

A complete listing of events for the annual holiday extravaganza.

Sleigh bells ring on Chappy

Take a winter wonderland sleigh ride this Saturday and Sunday.

One stop shopping

Island made gifts are easy to find at the Grange Hall's Artisans' Festival.

Expert panel presents ideas to recharge Circuit Avenue

State officials, businessmen, and top-tier town officials discuss downtown turnaround for Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs selectmen thank Wampanoag tribe for storm runoff project

"There's a large contingency of tribal members in Oak Bluffs, it's wonderful we could help out the town," said Mr.

Oak Bluffs will grapple with home business permits next year

Selectmen acknowledge the long simmering issue needs to be addressed in 2014.

Good things come in small frames at Louisa Gould Gallery

The Vineyard Haven gallery showcases two shows: Holiday Small Wonders show and Fall Impressions

Music for the Tiltons

The Herb —Butchie" Tilton benefit concert will be on Saturday, December 14.

High school lunch provides a cultural bridge

Fourth annual Brazilian-American Friendship lunch helps build relationships

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

November 22, 2013 Laurence A. Vaughn, Vineyard Haven; DOB 1/19/70, violating abuse prevention order: continued to pretrial conference. November 29, 2013 Thomas A. Buckley, Vineyard Haven; DOB...

Gas prices rise on Martha’s Vineyard as prices fall off-Island

It may be the lack of competition with lower off-Island prices.

Red Stocking volunteers wrap up work with cheer

Santa has his elves, Martha's Vineyard has Red Stocking.

The sounds of the holidays

Holiday music takes the stage at several different concerts this month.

Selectmen approve increase in deputy shellfish constable hours

Shellfish constable Paul Bagnell said there is a need for more man hours.

Edgartown police investigating cash theft

Edgartown police encourage anyone with information to phone, text, or email the department at

Edgartown CPC approves slate of projects worth $1.15 million

The Community Preservation Committee (CPC) will seek approval at town meeting in April.