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Red carpet fun at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center

Walk the red carpet and watch the Oscars with other film lovers

Connections made at Pathways this past Saturday

The Chilmark art and performance space hosted a full house.

Oak Bluffs transfer station damaged in Monday night fire (video)

Fire investigators have now determined the cause, and don’t believe it was suspicious in nature.

MVC member’s off the cuff remark to chairman sparks controversy

A quip by Linda Sibley about bowling alley developer Sam Dunn raises concerns.

Vineyard coach earns hoops honor for playing, coaching career

MVRHS Girls Hoops Coach Julie Schmidt joined a select group of southeastern Massachusetts athletes over the past seven decades as an inaugural selection to the Attleboro Area Basketball Hall of Fame.

Video essay: Spring lambs a sign of the season at FARM Institute

The lambing season is equal part chaos and cute, with dozens of lambs arriving in the month of February.

The chef’s story: Max Eagan of Rocco’s

Max Eagan at Rocco’s Pizzeria

Factor climate change into the S&S plan review

To the Editor:Regarding the review process of the possible redevelopment at the Tisbury public parking and Stop & Shop site, we are writing in...

Astrological Forecast for February 24 – March 2

Feb 24 - March 2: Stay calm and carry on

Packing for another island

Packing for another island

Copper Wok to open March 8

The long awaited opening will feature a series of parties, with admission prices donated to a local charity.

Tuesday Is hockey, hoops, Tourney Time

Boys Hoops and Hockey Begin on Tuesday; Girls Hoopsters on the Road Wednesday,Girls Hockey at Home (Date TBA).

Lace up for open skates

M.V. Ice Arena hosts public skating several days of the week.

Boys Get Sandwich, Girls Against Algonquin in Tourney Openers

MV Hockey Hockey Seedings,Pairings Announced

MVC still not bowled over

Commission members questioned a sound abatement study, planned use of non-native flora and abutter concerns.

West Tisbury selectmen seek a legal option on solar project delay

Project must be complete by June 30, to qualify for state incentives.

Vineyard boys bury Nauset in hockey finale

MVRHS Piles Up Early Goals in 11-3 win

Otis E. Burt

Otis E. Burt, 77, of Oak Bluffs died at his home after a period of declining health on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. He will...

How I Got Into Stand Up Comedy, Thanks To My Mom’s Third Marriage

How I Got Into Stand Up Comedy, Thanks To My Mom’s Third Marriage.

Cancer and the Facebook friend

Cancer and the Facebook friend