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Martha’s Vineyard girls skate to win in season opener

Aubrey Ashmun potted a pair of goals and netminder Jackie Hegarty stopped 11 of 12 shots in her varsity debut between the pipes.

Vineyarders remember holidays past

Islanders reminisce about Christmas past. From the Oral History collection at the MV Museum.

New film captures Old Whaling Church mural

Filmmaker Dan Martino's —The Edgartown Whaling Church Mural Restoration" gives viewers an inside look at the Margot Datz restoration.

Deck the halls with bow, wow, wows

And have some happy New Ears while you're at it.

Free fitness day at The Workout

Enjoy the facility for free all day this Friday, Dec. 20: free classes, workouts, and refreshments.

Skate with Santa at the Martha’s Vineyard Arena

The event is hosted by the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls hockey players.

Islanders share holiday wish lists in the kitchen department

Good Taste columnist Kaylea Moore asked locals what their go-to cooking gadgets are, and what is on their Christmas wish lists.

Robert Lawrence Berry Jr.

Robert (Bob, "Poppy") Lawrence Berry Jr.

NSTAR reps say herbicide spray is safe and necessary

Islanders unhappy with power line herbicide weed control plan take a whack at utility giant.

MV girls hoopsters down Dolphins, improve to 2-0

The Vineyard girls are off to an impressive start under new head coach Julie Schmidt.

Sports Highlights

The same day, the Edgartown girls tamed the Tisbury Lady Tigers 52-24.

Vineyard swimmers dive into opening meets

The Vineyarders showed progress Monday in the first dual meet of the season, while Saturday in Nantucket, freshman Renee Goodale qualified for both the sectional and state meets.

Out of control driver never looked back

To the Editor: I am now a hit and run victim. On Saturday, December 14, at 3:30 pm, I was driving my 2006 4WD Toyota...

Boys hoopsters down Dolphins in home opener

The Vineyarders evened their record with a solid defensive effort and a patient offense.

ACE MV turns to schools to fund Island adult ed program

A school contract would be one way taxpayers could legally fund the non profit organization.

Books make good gifts

Especially when the proceeds benefit the Chilmark Public Library.

Island nonprofits look to end-of-year giving

Since opening its doors to the public on June 19, 2010, the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard has enjoyed tremendous success and support from the Island community.


Kayla and Joey Fournier announce the birth of their son, Zayden Joseph Fournier, on December 13 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Local skaters perform holiday classics

The Martha's Vineyard Skating Club turned the M.V. Arena into a winter wonderland with a spirited performance Sunday afternoon.