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Softballers lose to Warriors, top Madison Park

The Vineyard varsity softball team continued to struggle against unforgiving Eastern Athletic Conference competition in a 16-0 loss to Coyle Cassidy Tuesday in Taunton. Vineyard...

Girls tennis team wins two

Following spring vacation, the Vineyard girls tennis team improved to 5-4, picking up two wins in five days. Tuesday in Oak Bluffs, M.V. edged Pope...

Travel soccer roundup

The boys Under-12 MV United Hammers travel soccer team drew, 3-3, with visiting Sandwich Saturday at Veterans Park. The visitors pressed from the start and...

Vineyarders rout Warriors in boys lacrosse

Sam Burke scored five goals and added an assist to lead Martha’s Vineyard to an 18-4 win over Coyle Cassidy Tuesday in an Eastern...

M.V. girls down Coyle Cassidy in lacrosse

After losses to Marblehead and Scituate, the girls bounced back Tuesday with a big 13-2 Eastern Athletic Conference win over Coyle Cassidy of Taunton...

Jared Regan perfect in Red Sox win

Red Sox 12, Tigers 0 Red Sox pitcher Jared Regan threw a perfect game Saturday in a 12-0 win over the Tigers, highlighting a busy...

Madison Hughes earns college lacrosse honor

Madison Hughes, a 2012 MVRHS graduate and sophomore on the Central Connecticut State University (New Britain, Conn.) women’s lacrosse team, was named First Team...

Vineyarders excel in off-Island track meets

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School track teams competed last weekend at the Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association (MSTCA) freshman/sophomore meet in Abington and...

Martha’s Vineyard Sharks hire new head coach

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, the local entry in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, have hired John Toffey as the team’s new head coach, replacing...

Boys tennis team blanks Bishop Stang

The Vineyard boys tennis team stayed unbeaten at 8-0 with a 5-0 win at Bishop Stang Friday in North Dartmouth. Charlie Parkhurst, paired with...

Correction

A story published May 1, “Chilmark voters derail Squibnocket Beach plan, 83-81,” incorrectly reported that Thomas Bena referred to the proposed bridge as 24...

Battling addiction on Martha’s Vineyard

We get in-kind donations from businesses and from individuals and that sends the message that the community cares, which is very powerful. The support from the community means people want them to be healthy and want them back.

Build partnerships with builders

For many Islanders and certainly their seasonal neighbors, spring and the approach of the summer season, with its prospect of shedding the gray, wet,...

Happy mother’s day, from Aquinnah

Mother’s Day is of course this Sunday and Chilmark Chocolates will be open regular hours this week, Thursday–Sunday, 11:30 am to 5:30 pm. The...

Lambs, daffodils, and good deeds in West Tisbury

There are four baby goats at Flat Point Farm, born over the past two weekends. Emily Fischer was full of news when I saw...

Airport, County battle lands in Superior Court

The airport commission has asked a judge to prohibit the county treasurer and county manager from meddling in airport affairs.

Two vie for seat on Aquinnah board of selectmen

Incumbent Beverly Wright faces a challenge from Julianne Vanderhoop.

Tisbury police recover stolen tools, track suspect to Brazil

A report of stolen construction tools led police to a shipping container, then to a suspect who was previously deported because of a criminal record.

Two candidates vie for Tisbury town clerk office

Hillary Conklin and Barbara Lampson seek to fill the job held by Marion Mudge for the past 30 years.

Martha’s Vineyard court report

April 25, 2014 Ricardo M. Pereira, Edgartown; DOB 11/23/76, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: continued to pretrial conference. Kara Lee Peters, Vineyard Haven; DOB 2/21/83, OUI-liquor...