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Martha’s Vineyard District Court report

January 3, 2013 Kyle J. Dubay, Vineyard Haven; DOB 2/26/93, assault and battery on a police officer, disturbing the peace, carrying a dangerous weapon: continued...

Many paths to the whole, well body available on Martha’s Vineyard

There is a dizzying array of modalities available, many based on Eastern holistic practices that have worked for centuries.

Araujo family thanks Island for pitching in to help Sandy victims

The Araujo family reported on its trip to New York over the holidays to assist in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort.

Jonas Budris is on his way making beautiful music

Choral singing and musical theater are parts of this tenor's artistic canvas.

Reel Picks

A slave-turned-bounty hunter, helped by his mentor, embarks on a mission to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.

The Anchors: A busy place for a quiet season

Dianne Wall's soups are such a favorite that she's taken to making them in big batches to sell frozen at the lunches. They are snatched up quickly.

West Tisbury

Our living room looks like an annex of SBS's cat and dog toy section.


Mark your calendar: There will be an open house at the new Tisbury emergency services facility at 3 pm a week from Sunday, January 27.

Oak Bluffs

Christmas and holiday decorations are being taken down and there are no flowers and no tree foliage to keep the landscape attractive until spring.


I witnessed an amazing sight this weekend, which I actually heard before I saw, as a chatty flock of Canada geese so vast it covered the entirety of the Sweetened Water pastures flew over.


The flu continues its rampage, taking down entire families in its path.


Arne and Helen DeKiejzer were at their Larsen Lane home over the holidays.


Jamily B.


Laura McQueen of St.

Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club results

A first-time team took first place at the Thursday (January 10) Island Bridge Club (IBC) game.

Martha’s Vineyard Community Notes

The Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce announced that applications for the 2013-2014 Jim Lambert Memorial Scholarship are now available at the Chamber office at 24 Beach Street, Vineyard Haven opposite the Vineyard Haven post office.

Boys and Girls Club received a $7,600 present

The Teddy Bear Suite, co-sponsored by Point B Realty and the Harbor View Hotel & Resort, raised $7,615.

Martin Luther King Jr. celebrated in Martha’s Vineyard schools

Students are learning about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and what the holiday is all about.

Of blogs, tweets, and posts

Here's an informal, highly personalized survey of the Vineyard's information landscape.