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To illustrate and complement this month’s special programs on America’s Music, the Vineyard Haven Library has an exhibit by nationally acclaimed photographer Peter Simon....

Katama Airfield hangar expansion project cleared for takeoff

Edgartown selectmen are ready to sign an agreement that calls for placing more town land under conservation restrictions.

MV Youth Leadership Initiative pairs high school students with professionals

The one day event gives Martha’s Vineyard students a taste of a professional career.

Living on the edge, Wasque home safe for now

Jerry and Sue Wack’s Wasque Point house is 19 feet from the eroding bluff.

MV girls win one, lose two on the ice

The Martha’s Vineyard varsity girls played three hockey games in a 72-hour span over the weekend, winning one and losing two. The girls started...

Bulls claim top seed for RCBL playoffs

The Bulls bounced back from a pair of losses with an 82-75 win over the Lakers Monday night in Edgartown, clinching the top spot...

‘Coriolanus’ comes to Katharine Cornell Theatre

Shakespeare for the Masses presents a free, one-hour show.

Martha’s Vineyard court report

February 3, 2014 Patrick Alfred Joyce, Edgartown; DOB 3/23/86, larceny over $250 by single scheme: guilty, five years probation, must pay restitution of $35,858.52 with...

Gamble for good for the Martha’s Vineyard Arena

Show your love for the rink on Valentine’s Day.

Martha’s Vineyard 20 Miler race is Saturday

The race benefits the Martha’s Vineyard Boys and Girls Club.

Towns should claw back their depreciated prerogatives

In the mid-1970s, when the ground rules for implementing the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s enabling legislation were being written, a general goal was to identify...

Menemsha dredge project deserves support

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plan to dredge the channel that leads from Vineyard Sound through the jetties at the entrance to Menemsha...

IGI unveils $10 to $12 million Thimble Farm development plan

The project includes a hydroponic greenhouse, slaughterhouse, worker housing, and two wind turbines.

Love At First Set tennis serves a winner for Dana Farber

Mixed doubles teams had fun and raised more than $2,000 for cancer.

Just the place to live

To the Editor: We live in amazing place for reasons far too numerous to cite. Few would dispute this. I'm writing to pass on two...

Boys youth lacrosse registration Saturday

Martha's Vineyard boys youth lacrosse registration for the 2014 season, for players in grades three through eight, is Saturday at Sports Haven in Vineyard...

Team tennis recap

With three weeks left until the postseason begins, Team 2 took over first place, temporarily dethroning Scared Hitless for at least a week. Gene...

Vineyard boys ice Coyle Cassidy, clinch playoff berth

The Vineyard varsity icemen clinched a berth in the MIAA state Division 2 tournament in a most satisfying way Friday afternoon at the CDL...

MV boys lose hoops rematch with Danvers

The Vineyard boys varsity basketball team traveled to Danvers Sunday for a rematch with the two-time defending MIAA state Division 3 champs. They proved...

West Tisbury

Another week starting off with snow. When I went out to get wood this afternoon, I thought the sky looked like what my mother...