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Boys varsity baseball squeak into playoffs, awarded ninth seed

On Friday, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School baseball team faced a must-win game away against Triton in order to make the playoffs. The...

Vineyard teams improve in standings in Babe Ruth league

All three Vineyard teams in the Gateway Babe Ruth league built on their winning records this past weekend.Vineyard Gray (VG) improved to a record...

Goats at the library

This Saturday, June 6, at 10:30 am, bring the family to the Oak Bluffs library for a cute and cuddly time with goats and...

Getting crafty with cocktails

Need a new recipe to shake up your summer cocktail arsenal? Join the cocktail experts from Boston’s Booze Époque as they guide you through...

The Rev. Alden Besse is living the Golden Rule

Admirers of the Rev. Alden Besse packed the West Tisbury library’s community room Friday evening for “Music Presented in the Cause of Peace,” sponsored...

When the mast came down

The mast on the sailboat — something akin to a massive baseball bat — hit Mary Morano in the temple and flung her into...

Farm. Field. Sea. An Island culinary adventure

This past Saturday, the FARM Institute in Katama, Edgartown, hosted the first Farm. Field. Sea. (FFS) event of the season, centered around the art...

‘Art in the Stacks’ features seaweed collages by Kathleen Poehler

The Friends of the Vineyard Haven Public Library present an exhibit of seaweed collages by artist Kathleen Poehler throughout the month of June. The...

A Gallery kicks off a new season of contemporary art

A Gallery in Oak Bluffs welcomed the new season with an opening party and artist reception on Saturday. The lively event featured iPhotography by...

30 Under 30 shine at Featherstone

For the first time, Featherstone Center of the Arts has created an exhibit solely of artists under 30 years old. Curated by Emmeline Brown...

Births

Agatha Morais SimasAmelia M. Simas and Alexandre T. Simas announce the birth of a daughter, Agatha Morais Simas, on May 27, 2015, at Martha’s...

Academic honors

GraduationsJocelyn Andrade of Vineyard Haven received a master’s degree in education fromCoastal Carolina University.John Grande of Vineyard Haven received a master's degree in public...

Services for Mary Anna Fischer

A graveveside service for Mary Anna Fischer will be held on Saturday, June 20, at 1:30 pm in the West Tisbury Cemetery. A celebration...

West Tisbury voters approve trimmed school budget at special town meeting

West Tisbury voters passed the town’s $6.8 million share of the Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) budget at special town meeting Tuesday night with...

Time Out: Hanley-itis

I’d been feeling a little sick to my stomach for much of the spring and had passed it off as a flukey cold or...

Lillian (Gonsalves) Garvin

Lillian M. Garvin, a devoted wife and mother, and member of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, died in the home of her daughter...

Long awaited dredging begins at Little Bridge in Oak Bluffs

Dredging work that will reconnect Sengekontacket Pond with Nantucket Sound at the northern inlet in Oak Bluffs, known by many as “Little Bridge,” began...

Peter James Hathaway

Peter James Hathaway of Edgartown died peacefully on May 23, 2015, after a short battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends. He...

Martha’s Vineyard Theater Foundation prepares for Strand reopening

https://youtu.be/hp_M9bQ3tfIMark Snider, Martha’s Vineyard Theater Foundation (MVTF) founder, only had moments to revel in the success of the grand reopening of the Capawock Theater...

Issabel H. Walker

Issabel H. Walker, 25, of Vineyard Haven died unexpectedly on Friday, May 29, 2015. She was the daughter of Cynthia S. Walker, and the...