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Chilmark: Graduates, lobster rolls, and farmer’s markets

More sun and rain; I know everyone's antsy for summer to officially begin. Let's hope by June 21 we have no regrets. I'm proud...

Blooming Art explores relationship between floral arrangements and artists’ interpretation of them

Last June, I volunteered to work at the Martha’s Vineyard Garden Club’s Blooming Art show on the last day of the event, a beautiful...

Hospital board defends decision to fire CEO

Updated:The board of trustees at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital officially terminated Joe Woodin, the hospital’s president and CEO, at a meeting Wednesday morning.Woodin had served...

The Charter School graduates 14

Updated Wednesday June 7Under a white high-top canopy and with a billowing breeze, Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School hosted its largest class in 17...

Shirley Gray Kaeka

Shirley Gray Vincent Kaeka, 80, recently of Hilo, Hawaii, and a longtime resident of Vineyard Haven, died on May 22, 2017, due to systemic...

The Only Road Worth Taking

There is only one last road less travelledA road that only you can takeThe road that helps the world unravel"It's your own," make no...

Bridge results

At the May 22, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven, 12 pairs competed. Finishing in first place, with a...

Joan S. Hopkins

Joan S. Hopkins of Falmouth, mother of Beth Kramer of West Tisbury, Pam Kramer, Scott Kramer, and William Kramer, died on June 1, 2017....

Memorial service for Robert Mark Lewis

A memorial service for Robert M. “Bobby” Lewis will be held at 10 am on Saturday, June 17, at Chapman, Cole and Gleason Funeral...

MV girls tennis overpowers Fontbonne in playoff opener

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) girls tennis team started the MIAA State Division 3 tournament with a resounding 5-0 South Sectional first...

MVC takes on Santander Bank

A showdown is shaping up on Main Street in Tisbury between the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) and Santander Bank.On Thursday night, commissioners overwhelmingly voted...

Vineyarders down Hanover in baseball tourney opener

Martha's Vineyard won a playoff game for the first time in 14 years, behind the arm of Jonas Lukowitz, who threw a complete-game, four...

Vineyard boys beat Cougars in tennis tourney first round

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) boys tennis team started the postseason with a dominating 5-0 win over the Bishop Connolly Cougars in...

Sharks atop FCBL baseball standings

Updated Wednesday June 7The undefeated Martha’s Vineyard Sharks stand alone atop the Eastern division of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL), with four consecutive...

Yard Sales June 3-4

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Governor fire bottles up Vineyard Haven terminal

Tisbury firefighters responded to a belowdecks fire on the MV Governor at the Steamship Authority’s Vineyard Haven terminal this morning at approximately 10:30. By...

Investigation found officer lied, failed to follow procedures

Tisbury Police Officer Mark Santon repeatedly lied to an investigator, failed to follow police procedures, and demonstrated incompetence, according to an independent investigative report...