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The couple will continue to reside in Durango, making frequent visits back to the Vineyard.


Additional birthday wishes go out to Kraig Mundt, October 11; to my big bro Chris Dolby, October 12; and to Dan Deslauriers, October 13.


Heard on Main Street: October with its colors bright begins in peace and ends in fright.

Oak Bluffs

Enjoy your week.


Although the event is free, donations are welcome to cover expenses.

The wrong kind of fishing

"I hate the reliance of the shark tournament on expensive boats, expensive gear, and the climate-trashing combustion of vast quantities of fossil fuel."

DAR honors Nixon family of Chilmark for work with soldiers

The Martha's Vineyard Seacoast Defense Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented a community service award.

Poets’ Corner: Ode to a Large Circle

At first I had a question, And then I had some doubt, About the complexities and the workings Of the dreaded roundabout. But then I did a drive...

Film: Windsurfing reigns in tiny Bonaire

The film on Sunday is followed by a Q&A with Vineyard windsurfer Nevin Sayre.

Pre holiday splurge – Chocolate Festival at Featherstone

Move over paint and photos – chocolate takes the main stage at Featherstone.

Single car accident in West Tisbury claims a life

David S. Campbell, 25, was behind the wheel of the Honda late Monday afternoon when he struck a tree.

Mary Jane Delekta

MJ "Bindu" Delekta of Vineyard Haven died on September 29, 2013.

Walter R. Averill

Services at the Old Westside Cemetery in Edgartown were private.

Robert J. Searle

Please visit

Raymond G. Ellis

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to The Ray Ellis Foundation, P.

West Tisbury

I am greeted by an explosion of color every time I look out my front door.


Many people volunteered for this event.

Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club Results

At the Island Bridge Club in West Tisbury on October 3, the annual club meeting and dinner was held prior to the bridge game.

State Road, Chilmark Tavern cleared to open for business

State regulators say water at the two restaurants has tested clear of any bacteria.

Conor Welch of Allston wins the inaugural Gay Head 10K

Nearly 200 runners competed in the race which helped raise funds to save the Gay Head Lighthouse.