Yearly Archives: 2014

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

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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.

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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...

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

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

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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,...

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

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

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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...

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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...