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Little league recap

Tuesday, May 13 Red Sox 9, Cubs 3 In a battle of unbeatens at Veira Park, the Red Sox handed the scrappy Cubs their first loss...

Martha’s Vineyard falls to Coyle Cassidy, 10-0

David Capobianco, a tall southpaw with a commanding fastball and deceptive change-up, pitched a four-hit complete game shutout.

One up, three down for girls tennis team

The Vineyard girls varsity tennis team played four matches in a seven-day span from May 7 and 13, winning one and dropping three. The Purple...

Riley Dobel rewrites record book at Marywood Univ.

The 2008 MVRHS graduate finished his college career ranked third in the nation for scoring efficiency among Division III schools.

Bishop Stang edges Vineyard girls lacrosse, 10-8

The Vineyarders were valiant in defeat against the powerful Spartans on senior day in Oak Bluffs.

MVRHS tennis courts named for Ned Fennessy Saturday

The tennis courts at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will be formally named the Ned Fennessy Tennis Courts in a dedication ceremony at the...

Football meeting for junior high and freshman players

Attention all 2014 junior high and incoming MVRHS freshmen football players. There will be an informational meeting for players and parents on Monday, May...

Hope for future generations

Together we were able to raise almost $4,000 for the MVRHS garden, all of which will go to seeds, soil, and tools to continue to grow the Island’s future farmers, chefs, and the next generation of healthy eaters. -Kaila Allen-Posin

Martha’s Vineyard, Dartmouth fit to be tied in soccer tilt

Though the boys under-18 contest did not always resemble the beautiful game, the match crackled with intensity from start to finish

Roadwork delays expected in Tisbury

The Tisbury Department of Public and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) plan road repairs Friday morning on Water Street, at the intersection of...

Not out of luck with Crane

To the Editor: Crane Appliance is one of those Island businesses that Islanders love to hate. You can get it so much cheaper off-Island or...

Tax credit for cycling

To the Editor: I've created a petition to the White House about creating a mileage-based tax credit for commuting by bicycle to help reduce carbon...

$4.50 per gallon? Why?

To the Editor: For years we were told that gas for our cars cost fifty cents more per gallon on the Vineyard, and we understood...

Sorry for sofas

To the Editor: Now that the sun has finally come out, we are in the Annual Springtime Adopt a Sofa Season once again. Sofas are...

Reach across the aisle

On Thursday last week, in an email to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC), Stop & Shop withdrew its application to construct a new two-story,...

Meet in the middle

To the Editor: What happens when the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) adds conditions to a project and they are ignored by an approved applicant? How...

Detente’s decade

Dreams do come true.

How hard could it be? Farming the fun way

Each time these frenzied critters resurfaced, they had dirt up to their eyeballs — a laugh out loud sight — but then, moments later, you’d glance at the begrimed baby pig again and, holy self-cleaning!, its face was restored to its original pinky luster.

Healthy aging task force will identify issues facing Island

Updated 2:06 pm, Monday, May 19, 2014 to reflect correction, below. Martha’s Vineyard’s changing demographics — residents aged 65 and over are projected to...

MV Endowment awards $220,000 in scholarships

The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha’s Vineyard awarded $220,000 in scholarships this year to almost 100 students, who will be presented their prizes on...