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Martha’s Vineyard beats Nauset in boys lacrosse

Tyler Paulson, Tony Canha, Matt Davies, and Taymon Brown scored two goals apiece as the Vineyard varsity boys lacrosse team doubled up the Nauset...

Second County

The Island has more 12-step programs than there are peas on Cronig’s salad bar, so how could we have that kind of problem here? Besides, the guy who ran his car into the Net Result last week won’t be tallied until the next count, so I think it’s that crowd on the Elizabeth Islands that’s messing up our curve.

Martha’s Vineyard baseball beats Bourne with late single

Mike Mussell drove in Silas Berlin with a single down the left-field line in the bottom of the sixth inning as Martha’s Vineyard shutout...

MVC approves Edgartown lofts project

In an 8-2 vote, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved a plan to add apartments to the Post Office Square complex.

West Tisbury selectmen committee will study Mill Brook watershed

With dredging Mill Pond off the table for now, the town will take a look at the big picture.

Real Estate Transactions: April 7 – 11, 2014

Aquinnah April 9, Elliott Fankuchen and Lisa Kantrowitz, trustees of Fankuchen/Kantrowitz Family Trust, sold 1 Oxcart Rd. to Eric and Sheryl Berke for $700,000. Chilmark April 9,...

NYC gift shop Magpie offers a slice of the Vineyard

If you happen to be in New York City, take a look around a charming little gift shop on the Upper West Side and...

The meaning of Easter

In anticipation of Easter Sunday, The Times asked Bishop Paulo Tenorio, spiritual leader of The Growing Church Ministry, a primarily Brazilian church in Vineyard...

Martin H. Mard

Martin H. Mard of Edgartown died on March 11, 2014. He was 89.Martin lived most of his life in Windsor, Conn., raising his family...

MVRHS students visit State House

Representative Tim Madden hosted Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students August Welles and Russell Shapiro, Island representatives to the 67th annual Student Government Day...

Monster machines on Martha’s Vineyard

They are by no means dainty guys but are definitely smaller than 6’7” Karl Kallinich, the general operator of the Beast, who at times, exercising the proper safety precautions, must shimmy under, clamber atop, or, yes, creep inside the giant horizontal grinder to tinker and adjust.

Martha’s Vineyard students lag in required vaccinations

We eliminate diseases by vaccinating. No one has to get the smallpox vaccine anymore because we got rid of that disease. Vaccines did that.

County commission ousts incumbent Airport commissioners

A simmering dispute, stirred by a combative relationship between Martha’s Vineyard Airport management and its union employees, and fueled by a continuing feud rooted...

Boys tennis team passes tough tests

The MVRHS boys tennis team improved to 6-0 after surviving stern tests from Bishop Feehan and Pope John Paul II of Hyannis. The Vineyarders met...

Islanders excel in annual Blitz Fitness tourney

Vineyard martial artists showcased their skills Saturday at the Boys and Girls Club.

Fear of gardening?

Gardening 101

Estate Sale

Excerpted from the book “Home Bird”

Vineyard girls tennis tame Lions

The girls tennis team rolled to a 5-0 win over host Pope John Paul II Monday in Hyannis. The Vineyarders (2-4) won each of the...

Vineyard sailors victorious in Nutmeg State

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School sailing team scored a sweep Saturday in Greenwich, Connecticut, against five other schools. The Vineyarders, winners of 10...

Vineyarders split track meet with Coyle Cassidy

The Vineyard girls notched an 82-54 Eastern Athletic Conference win over host Coyle Cassidy of Taunton April 10, while the boys fell to the...