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Blizzard forecast forces high school sports postponements

The impending snowstorm has prompted postponements for several scheduled high school hockey and basketball games. The girls hockey contest against North Quincy, scheduled for 1...

Boys basketball claims league title

The MVRHS boys basketball team topped Bishop Fenwick, 64-55, yesterday, Feb. 19, at the Dedham Winter Classic tournament in Dedham.The boys won an overtime...

Real Estate Transactions: February 3–7, 2014

Edgartown Feb. 4, Richard M. Bagdigian sold 17 Vickers St. to Win Win Properties LLC for $265,000. Tisbury Feb. 5, Anthony and Sylvia Lima Cappelli sold 60...

Valentines, here and abroad

Jib Ellis writes from the wilds of Vineyard Haven, where he thinks, often, about how the Island is, was and could be. Every so...

“Ex” expiration dates and when dates ≠ dates.

"Ex" expiration dates and when dates ≠ dates.

West Tisbury driver plunges car into Sengekontacket Pond

Oak Bluffs police plan to seek multiple motor vehicle charges against Emily Sobel, 23, of West Tisbury, following an early Friday morning accident that...

Forecast change: 8 to 10 inches of snow, events cancelled

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning and a winter storm watch for Martha’s Vineyard.

Cape Light Compact will make energy incentive payment to West Tisbury Library

The $58,000 reward for using energy efficient fixtures is larger than expected and will cover recently announced cost overruns.

Spencer Cutler Blau

ffs announce the birth of their son, Spencer Cutler Blau, on February 8 at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. Spencer weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces.

Toastmasters receives charter

Martha’s Vineyard Toastmasters announced it will receive its official club charter membership at 7 pm, Wednesday, February 19. A Toastmasters meeting is a learn-by-doing workshop...

Small grants available

The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation is now accepting inquiries for its 2014 Small Grants Program which allows the Foundation to respond to...

Scholarships for environmental studies available

The Friends of Chatham Waterways is now accepting scholarship applications from students majoring in Environmental Studies, Environmental Management or a related subject. Applicants should...

Lighthouse Poetry Project launched

Lighthouse Poetry Project launched The Save the Gay Head Light committee has launched The Lighthouse Poetry Project, an effort to inform students about the need...

Poets’ Corner: The Onside Kick

Gasping for breath Quivering in the cold Not Even The Rescuing sirens rolling through the fog of the Vineyard Sound, could ease this blow from the fist of...

Korrine Altieri

Korrine Altieri of Edgartown at the University of Vermont in Burlington.

Oysters galore for bivalve benefit

Oyster lovers celebrated the local shellfish treasure at the Harbor View Hotel.

Bella Bennett writes from Skidmore

Bella Bennett writes from Skidmore College in New York

The Beatles in America, and on Circuit Ave.

And Vineyarders have stories.

Martha’s Vineyard community suppers welcome all

The free dinners provide good food and companionship for all Islanders.

How to be a cooler boyfriend

How to be a cooler boyfriend in just 45 minutes.