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The Yard's season's offerings

The Yard, the Island's dance residency and performance facility, recently announced the lineup for its summer season. As always, it's an impressive roster of...

Cookbooks launch

Celebrate the launch of two new cookbooks written by local authors Susie Middleton and Sarah Waldman, with photography by Randi Baird and Elizabeth Cecil....

‘Poetic License’ at Featherstone

Calling all artists! Featherstone Center for the Arts is looking for people to submit one piece of art inspired by poetry for its show...

Counting calves

The FARM Institute invites everyone to explore the herd of new mothers and their calves as they enter the spring birthing season. Meet at...

Five Martha’s Vineyard cookie highlights

“You’ll be baking a variety of cookies daily, and taking home a dozen different cookies every day for the next seven days. Each cookie...

Edgartown seeks buy-in on Yellow House

Updated: 1:34 pm 4/7/17 Edgartown voters will be asked at the Tuesday, April 11, town meeting to spend $3 million to buy and repair the...

Tisbury residents weigh in on new school

The 19 members of the Tisbury School building committee will decide what to do about a new or reconstructed town school before May 18....

Anna E. Duarte

Anna E. Duarte, a resident of Windemere Nursing Home, died at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Saturday morning, April 1, 2017, at the age...

West Tisbury: Color and growth

It finally felt like spring this past Sunday. The sun came out by the time we finished breakfast, and I headed off to get...

William C. Bishop

William (Bill) Bishop, 57, of Edgartown, died on March 30, 2017, after battling cancer. Bill’s family and close friends will celebrate his life at...

Human resource trends and workforce development

The latest information about HR trends for employers, CEOs, CFOs, HR professionals, and anyone who handles HR functions will be presented on Monday, April...

Night Heron Gallery reopening

The Night Heron Gallery is reopening on April 7, and celebrating its seventh year on Main Street in Vineyard Haven. According to a press...

Richmond T. Leeson

Richmond T. "Dick" Leeson, 81, of South Dartmouth, who spent his summers on and off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, died on Oct. 25,...

A brief history of West Tisbury

Learn what West Tisbury looked like in 1892. According to a press release, the West Tisbury Byways Committee will share a presentation about the...

Island nonprofits merge

Board presidents from Island nonprofits Women Empowered and CEO (Creative Entrepreneur with Opportunities) announced this week that the two organizations merged on Wednesday, April...

Bridge Notes

At the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven on March 20, eight players competed in two teams of four. Playing on the team that...

HomeGrown Tours MVI receives national recognition

HomeGrown Tours MVI owner Dolores Borza has been chosen as a winner of the 2017 American Small Business Championship, hosted by SCORE, the nation’s...

Births

Dylan Shae RebelloGuinevere Rebello and Adam Rebello of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter,Dylan Shae Rebello, on March 25, 2017, at Martha’s...

Aquinnah: Things are picking up

Things are picking up here in Aquinnah; you can feel spring in the air. We have crocuses in our yard, and I’ve heard the...

Fishing and tackle tag sale

The Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Fishing and Tackle Tag Sale will be held on Memorial Day, and the group is looking for donations of fishing...