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Martha’s Vineyard Hospital elects new trustees

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital board of trustees elected Warren Spector of Chilmark and New York City and Ronald H. Rappaport of Chilmark to its...

Nelson Guyther

Nelson Guyther died peacefully at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital on May 21, 2014, surrounded by loved ones, his long battle with cancer at an...

Edgartown selectmen want AT&T to act on wireless contract

Edgartown selectmen voted Monday to send a letter to AT&T Mobility with a deadline for completing a lease contract for a multi-carrier wireless service...

Mary E. Ortiz

Mary E. “Betty” Ortiz died peacefully at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, surrounded by loving family, on January 8, 2014, just 12 days shy of...

Woody Pines and Brother’s Rye bring roots tunes to Flatbread

Flatbread Pizza Company presents a night of pizza and American roots music this Thursday, June 5, from 5 to 7 pm. Performing will be...

Martha’s Vineyard women do well at CrossFit Games North East

Two Island women competed at the Reebok CrossFit Games North East Regional this past weekend in Canton. CrossFit Martha’s Vineyard owner Sara Hill Mass...

Finals

My concept was to explore the idea of how people react to body modification with something that is handcrafted with a precious metal. I have gauges – ½ inch. Sometimes in a regular conversation, I’m talking to someone and they stare at my earrings and my gauges. Their facial expression changes and they proceed to treat me differently. Both on a good note and a bad note.

Forecasts for June 9-15, 2014

June 9-15: Stay flexible and jump at opportunities.

From Afar: Stumbling Home

What I most enjoyed was the personal history at every turn. Other runners at the starting line (notice I didn’t say during the race) included friends, classmates, and Jason Lew who delivered me eight years before this race was even a gleam in our eyes! The course also went right by my old house, which would look a lot better with shutters on the windows and a brown cocker spaniel in the yard if the owners happen to be reading this.

No injuries in single car rollover West Tisbury accident

Police closed State Road for a short amount of time Monday afternoon after a Buick Century ended up on its roof.

Edgartown police recover heroin from downtown park

Edgartown Police turned to the department’s Facebook page after a retail worker discovered a plastic bag that contained three grams of heroin at a...

Eileen A. Andrews

Eileen Ann Andrews of Woodside Village in Oak Bluffs died unexpectedly at home on Wednesday, May 28. She was 66.She was the mother of...

Florence D. Koster

Florence Dalosio Koster, 82, died peacefully at Martha's Vineyard Hospital on Thursday, May 29.  She was born on June 11, 1931.She was the beloved...

Helen E. Rogers

Helen E. Rogers of Edgartown died on Sunday, April 27 at the Royal Nursing Home in Falmouth. She was 89.She was born and raised...

Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School sends five graduates on their way

Updated 12:05 pm, Tuesday, June 3.A perfect day and a crowd of friends, family and faculty greeted the five graduates of the Martha’s...

Martha’s Vineyard Sharks open 2014 season

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks will kick off its 2014 collegiate baseball season this Wednesday, June 4, with their first game, at home, against the...