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Poets’ Corner: The Dress

Call me fickle, call me vain,say I'm demented and insane,I look at you and sigh,I reach for you, I buy.I know you cost too...

Former Vineyard all-star headed to college hoops tourney

Jennie Lindland, a freshman at Bridgewater State University, helped her team win the Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference championship.

Upcoming films look for love in unusual places

“Everyone’s Going to Die” and “The Best Offer” play at M.V. Film Center.

Casino night for the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks

The 2013 league champions are raising money this Saturday night.

Programming refinements and expanded venues punctuate Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival

New additions this year include repeated screenings and multiple event locations.

Two Day Job

Charlie Nadler grew up on Martha's Vineyard and graduated from MVRHS with the class of 2002. He lives in the Los Feliz area of...

West Tisbury

The first snowflakes fell as I walked out from church Sunday morning. They continued spitting intermittently throughout the afternoon, starting and stopping, not amounting...

Chilmark

The town of Chilmark has refilled again after a much-needed February vacation. Things are essentially unchanged: the paperwork is still piled on the desk,...

Martha’s Vineyard bridge club results

At the Edgartown Bridge Club on February 24, two teams competed in a head-to-head match.  The winning team included Barbara Silk, Dotti Arnold, Bea...

Real Estate Transactions: February 17 – 21, 2014

ChilmarkFeb. 20, Polly S. Killion f/k/a Polly S. St. Germain and Betsey R. White sold 124 State Rd. to Shari Levitan, trustee of 124...

Movie buffs bring glamour and glitz to Oscar party

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center bash drew local film fans to watch the Academy Awards on the big screen.

MVRHS boys tip off Wednesday in state tourney semifinal

The third-seeded Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys basketball team will take on second-seeded Cardinal Spellman High School Wednesday in a semifinal state tournament...

More winter on the way Sunday evening

Forecasters expect March to come in like a lion on Martha’s Vineyard.

MV Boys hockey ousted from state tourney

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys hockey team was bounced from the state tournament by Medfield High School, in a game played at...

Support for the bowling alley

As year-round residents of Oak Bluffs, we write to express our support for the bowling alley project as proposed by Sam Dunn.We urge the...

Stronger striper regs needed

To the Editor:On the morning of Tuesday, February 18, the Massachusetts Department of Marine Fisheries held a public hearing at the Katharine Cornell Theatre regarding...

Thanks to so many

To the Editor:This past weekend, the musical CATS, was performed by the MVRHS Performing Arts Department students. We would like to acknowledge publicly and...