Support for the bowling alley

As year-round residents of Oak Bluffs, we write to express our support for the bowling alley project as proposed by Sam Dunn. We urge the M.V. Commission to approve this project and let it go forward. It is appropriately placed and well-planned. It will be a welcome addition to this town and the whole island. […]

Stronger striper regs needed

To the Editor: On the morning of Tuesday, February 18, the Massachusetts Department of Marine Fisheries held a public hearing at the Katharine Cornell Theatre regarding several fisheries management issues, among them potential regulatory adjustments pertaining to the harvest of striped bass. Several relatively significant changes were discussed including reduction of bag limits and fishing days, […]

Thanks to so many

To the Editor: This past weekend, the musical CATS, was performed by the MVRHS Performing Arts Department students. We would like to acknowledge publicly and thank the many community members, faculty, and alumni, that joined together to make this show possible. Although we would love to name everyone individually, there are just too many to […]

GordonBeck leads boys to hoops tourney win over Wareham

Alex GordonBeck threw in 18 points grabbed  9 rebounds (unofficially) and notched 4 steals to lead the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys basketball team to a convincing 73-53 victory over rival Wareham in state tournament play Thursday. Navardo Anderson scored 14, DeShawn James scored 13, and Kane Araujo scored 12 in a powerfully balanced offensive […]

Benjamin A. Araujo

Benjamin Ashburn Araujo died peacefully at Tufts Medical Center on February 10 following a brief illness. Benji, as he was known by all, was born July 18, 1977, at Falmouth Hospital, the son of John Cecilio Araujo and Jo-Ann Miriam (Walker). He was the grandson of Julio B. Araujo and Mary E. (Silvia) of Tisbury […]