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MVRHS Girls Lacrosse looks for a 2018 rebound

A new look will shape the MVRHS girls lacrosse program in 2018 after a grinder of a 2017 campaign (7-8) that featured three one-goal...

Ask the Dogcharmer: Blue and his food

Hi you guys,Blue is so weird about food! Sometimes he is fine and just eats his food twice a day, no problem for...

Hardy, meet healthy

I was slow to the kale craze, but then again it took years for me to get a smartphone. Once I figured out how...

Tennis girls get a tuneup before upcoming season

High school juniors Kelly Klaren and Victoria Scott both won their tournaments this past weekend. Victoria Scott won the girls 18 and under level...

MVRHS track and field ready for the starting blocks

The 2018 Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School 2018 track team faces a bunch of changes, some good, some challenging.For one thing, they will compete...

Ps and Qs: Don’t leave, please!

Dear Nicole,It's March, we've been battered by the weather, and like so many of us on the Island, the ferries have Lyme disease. Tack...

Live, Love, Tri with the Y

The YMCA of Martha's Vineyard hosts the seventh annual Live, Love, Tri, the Island's only indoor triathlon, on Saturday from 8 am to noon....

Garden Notes: March’s storms

Easter means spring, ready or not. My Christmas wreath comes down tomorrow, Good Friday, even though recently the weather has felt almost more Christmas-y...

Makos strong in championship swim meet on Nantucket

The Makos swimmers traveled to Nantucket last weekend for their season championship meet, and ended the 2017-18 winter season with a strong showing.Despite having...

Free soil health workshop

The public is invited to learn about soil health at a free two-part workshop sponsored by the Dukes Soil Conservation District in collaboration with...

Tisbury: Free soil health workshop

Heard on Main Street: Always keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them.Soil is one of our most...

Poet’s Corner: 28 People in a Closet*

By Valerie Sonnenthaladrenalin surgessqueezing into darknesssweat tricklesalong bulging veinsfingers reach for minewhispering calm wantinglike a thick fog to settleevery soul from panicstricken faces drainedof...

DIY Wellness series: building your self-care toolkit

The West Tisbury library will be hosting a series of DIY Wellness workshops on three April Sundays. According to a press release, herbalist Jennie...

Chilmark: Chilmark Potluck Jam

The 44th Chilmark Potluck Jam filled the CCC with delicious dinner offerings and a wonderful lineup of local musicians. When they start up again...

Island Gymnastics fly high in Westborough meet

Island Gymnastics, coached by Beth Goodell, sent 10 gymnasts to the Showers, Flowers and Flips Meet, hosted by MGC in Westborough on Sunday, March...

Two ferries still down, fast ferry stays through Wednesday

Updated 7 am, MondayThe MV Martha's Vineyard missed two crossings Saturday evening because of mechanical issues, yet another setback for the recently refurbished ferry.It...

Oak Bluffs: The political season

Spring is slowly approaching, with most of the snow disappearing under the wee bits of sun we have seen, and we are hoping that...

Edgartown: March for Our Lives

Tonight has proved to be a very interesting night in our household. Riley and Amelia both went off-Island this weekend. Riley had his yearly...

Sponsored Post: For Sale, Nashua House

Update: The Nashua house has been sold.Located in the commercial heart of the town of Oak Bluffs on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard, the...

Two-car accident sends person to ER

A two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Carole Avenue and County Road in Oak Bluffs sent at least one occupant to the hospital with...