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In Oak Bluffs, root for orderly financial management

On April 17, this page complimented Oak Bluffs on a job well done. "How did Oak Bluffs get its spending habits and realistic revenue projections...

The Costco antidote

The season of Vineyard kvetching is upon us. As it has done every year in mid-July, the enthusiasm for the end of spring and...

Sports highlights

The defending champion Honeys, perennial powers the Snaps, and the expansion Mama's Girls are all 7-2, tied at the top of the standings following Tuesday's action at Veterans Park.

Martha’s Vineyard Mariners skate to East Coast Classic title

Together in one form or another for nearly 25 years, the Mariners finally won a trophy Sunday by winning the fifth annual East Coast Classic.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court report

July 11, 2013 Jose Cruz Barahona, Vineyard Haven; DOB 5/10/76, possession of class B drug (cocaine): pretrial probation for one year, must complete 40 hours...

Reel Picks: More on movies playing this week on Martha’s Vineyard

Set up by the mob, an undercover Naval special ops officer and a DEA agent who are investigating each other find they must cooperate to survive.

Oak Bluffs reminds residents to limit outdoor water use

The Oak Bluffs Board of Water Commissioners is reminding residents that mandatory outdoor water restrictions are in effect for the 2013 season.

‘The Vineyard’ is a TV turn-off for many

Initial buzz about the Island based show is not pretty.

Arts, crafts, and antiques: A Chilmark tradition

The youngest vendors are a 15 and 16 year-old duo that sell tee-shirts while the oldest vendor is an antique-seller in her 80s.

Edgartown selectmen find dog dangerous, order owner to post bond

Edgartown selectmen told Damon Burke, the owner of Ramune a pit-bull mix, that his dog is dangerous and must be restrained and muzzled when outdoors.

Business brief: Irene Fox returns with Simple Joy Herbals

Irene Fox has returned to the Island with Simple Joy Herbals, a new line of all-natural, hand-crafted, affordable herbal skin care products, according to a press release.

Business brief: Piano restoration company featured at exhibition

Boaz Kirschenbaum of West Tisbury is familiar to many Island residents as a guitarist and singer for the Daytrippers.

Business briefs: Partners Hospitals get high marks

Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital ranked second and ninth in the nation, respectively, in U.

V.H. Yacht Club hosts East Coast Windsurfing Championships

Fifty windsurfers from Canada, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and the U.


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Academic Honors

Christopher Conklin of Edgartown received a bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.