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Brighter beach thanks to cleanup

Michael DelloRusso reports the weekend beach cleanup in Oak Bluffs was a resounding success. The shrubbery and grass bank was cleared of litter from...

Adult Community Dance Class with the Yard

The Yard’s “Making It” program presents a series of free adult community dance classes at the West Tisbury library. According to a press release,...

Author talk: ‘For the Love of Spumoni’

On Thursday, Oct. 11, at 4:30 pm, the West Tisbury library will host a talk with local author Mary Lou Piland in honor of...

Ed Jerome — an enduring legacy

It was a picture-perfect morning at Squibnocket Beach Saturday. There were families playing in the sand. Teens stood on nearby rocks and posed for...

Art reception featuring Heather Sommers

On Saturday, Oct. 6, from 3:30 to 5 pm, all are invited to an art reception at the West Tisbury library to honor the...

Easy riders

Updated September 27, 11 pmThe Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council hosted its eighth annual 2018 Fall Hunter Pace in the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest...

Chilmark: Friendship Day

It was extremely disturbing to find out after last week's column was published that Ed Jerome had passed away. Although my children went to...

Bridge Results

At the Sept. 17, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven 11 tables were in play for International Charity Fund...

New intern architect on board at Sullivan + Associates

Sullivan + Associates Architects, with offices in Oak Bluffs, is pleased to announce that Morgan W. Shaw, intern architect, has joined their team.Shaw,...

Aquinnah: Closing up-Island

The Gay Head 10K is just around the corner; if you plan on running it, make sure you register at runsignup.com. There is a...

Academic honors

Graduation Molly Elizabeth Hazard Peters of Vineyard Haven and Cambridge, with an M.F.A. in photography, from Hartford Art School.Dean’s list Rowan Vogel of Edgartown, at the...

Turning a fail into a fabulous dinner

As usual, I spent last weekend Googling diets. This time, though, I was looking specifically for foods that reduce inflammation. Seems the underlying problem...

Colder water is on the way

The second week of the Derby is over, and things are heating up. Bait fish continue to surround the Island, and the leaderboard has...

MVRHS golfers top Cape Tech, fall to Wellesley

The Vineyarders won big against Cape Cod Tech, 120-52, on Sept. 20 in a Cape and Islands League match at Farm Neck in Oak...

Vineyard Field Hockey wins three games in four days

The MVRHS field hockey team ended a marathon stretch of four games in four days with a crisp 3-0 shutout of Sturgis East, Monday...

Max Lane on football and life

Growing up 60 miles northeast of Kansas City in Norborne, Mo. (population 900), which self-styled itself as the Soybean Capital of the World, Max...

Daniel S. Gouldrup

Daniel S. Gouldrup, 59, West Tisbury police officer, died unexpectedly on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, at his home in West Tisbury.He was the...

John Anthony Nevin

John Anthony Nevin, known to friends as Tony, died on Sept, 23, 2018, at the age of 85, of pancreatic cancer.Long before he...

Robert Franklin

Robert (Bob) Franklin died on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, at his home in Vineyard Haven at the age of 92.Bob was born in...

Memorial for David Danielson

From 3 to 5 pm, Sunday, Oct. 7, there will be a gathering at the Sailing Camp on Barnes Road, Oak Bluffs, to honor...