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Yes, folks, everything is fine at the Slater home. Many of us spotted the ambulance on Basin Road the other day and wondered what...

Broken glass is no pain for MV Glass owner Jason Leone

The Block Island native saw an opportunity on Martha’s Vineyard.

Jim Lambert Memorial Scholarship winners announced

The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the 2014 Jim Lambert Scholarship. The three Island students who will receive scholarships in...

Museum with a view

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum announced it has placed a live streaming webcam on the second floor of its soon to be new home, the...

Rare dog, rare disease…maybe

If it turns out to be neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis, then sadly, there is nothing we can do.

MVRHS students dive into engineering challenge

Each month, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students are given the opportunity to compete in an after-school engineering challenge. The goal of the challenge,...

Oak Bluffs

Okay, so I was wrong last week when I said there was nothing different we could add to the weather mix than what we...


I hope everyone had a lovely Valentine’s Day — or ignored it in a pleasant way. I have to put a plug in for the...

New reality show sets sights on Vineyard

The Island’s affluent African-American community is the focus.

High School athletic director wins Damko Award

Mark McCarthy, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School athletic director, will receive the Theodore “Ted” Damko Award at the Massachusetts Secondary School Athletics Directors Association...

Chilmark standoff ends peacefully

A police standoff Tuesday with an inebriated man holed up in a house off an unplowed snow-covered road in Chilmark, who claimed to have...

Selectmen sign off on Katama Airfield Conservation restriction

Edgartown selectmen signed off on a new Katama Airfield Conservation restriction Monday. Selectmen agreed on February 10, to the terms of a deal hammered...

Drug bust nets cocaine and cash

Members of the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force Tuesday arrested Gismar De Souza, 31, on charges of trafficking in cocaine and unlicensed operation of...

Lynnfield overwhelms Vineyarders in the Dickinson tourney

Third period comeback goals, two of them short handed, clinched the deal.

Martha’s Vineyard Film Center calls for artists

Artists needed to fill the new Feldman Family Artspace at the M.V. Film Center.

On quilters and weather weenies

And that's that Roger Wey, the former Oak Bluffs selectman whose management of the financial affairs of the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging is under...

“Group Dance Group” embraces the unstructured

Free-form dancing frees the mind at a new weekly workshop.

Not quite yet, but spring will come

Pre-breeding season birdsong is an early sign, as is the flowing of springs and streams, freed from the stasis of winter, and the coloring of twig tips.

The benefits of a new Stop & Shop

Stop & Shop has proposed to replace its current tired and inadequate Water Street store with a beautiful new store that, beyond all measure,...

Quilters respond: Always honest

To the Editor: The quilters who are part of  the Quilt Fund for Fuel Assistance want everyone  to know that nothing improper has ever been...