Grace H. Frye

Grace Frye, a life-long resident of Oak Bluffs, died peacefully in her sleep with her son Vincent Frye by her side on Wednesday evening, February 13. She was 95. Grace loved life on Martha’s Vineyard, her family, her cats and selling Avon. She came from a simpler time and humble beginnings. Her foster mother, Mabel […]

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 pm today, is postponed. The boys basketball matchup with defending state champion Danvers, scheduled for 5:30 pm tonight, is rescheduled to 2 pm Sunday afternoon. The girls basketball game, scheduled […]

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 thriller Friday afternoon, defeating Somerset Berkley 85-83 on their home court. The Vineyarders claim at least a share of the Eastern Athletic Conference title with the victory, the fifth consecutive […]

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 left her 1998 Honda Accord partially submerged in Sengekontacket Pond, and triggered an all-out emergency response from Oak Bluffs firefighters, members of the dive team, and EMTs. Ms. Sobel was traveling south along […]