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‘I walk because I care’

She was sad. She was confident. She was defiant.Those were the emotions Kasey Stevenson, 19, felt as she walked down the streets of Oak...

Planting for Parkland

On a day that actually had a hint of spring in the air, seventh and eighth graders from Edgartown School went to Cannonball Park...

Amy Schumer and “Patti Cake$” star surprise Film Festival audience

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival's (MVFF) Saturday night showing of “Patti Cake$” brought a full crowd and special guests Amy Schumer and Bridget Everett,...

Seal becomes a lesson for Island woman

On Sunday afternoon, an Edgartown woman — who asked to not be named — was walking along State Beach and found a distressed, injured...

Dilapidated house razed

The rundown and neglected house at 29 Franklin St. was reduced to dust and debris Monday afternoon in Vineyard Haven. Co-owner Bill Westman, who...

The Meat Ball

Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall was filled with people, meat, dancing, and music Saturday night for the Ag Society’s third Meat Ball. All were welcome,...

State legislators hand-deliver state funds to Martha’s Vineyard

Senator Julian Cyr (D-Truro) and Representative Dylan Fernandes (D-Falmouth) had a busy day on Martha’s Vineyard on Friday, including back-to-back events to mark the...

On the Bedside Table: Gabrielle Mannino

I should start by admitting this isn't actually my bedside table, as my apartment is too small to fit one. So instead, my books...

Boys hoopsters fall to the Wildcats 64-43

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys basketball team hosted the Weston High School Wildcats for their last home game and Senior Day. The...

Outstanding feet

Updated, Friday, 7:48 am*When the bell rang to end the school day, Nic Andre would catch a ferry to the mainland and drive to...

Saving the world one kid at a time

Parents and kids shuffled into West Tisbury School on Friday night, where smells of buttery popcorn and fresh coffee filled the air. Student-made posters...

M.V. Ice Arena ready to celebrate

Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena has been filled with non-stop action since September, with hockey games, free skates, and tournaments — and even a NCAA...

In search of the snowy owl

There’s no shortage of birdlife on the Vineyard — the Island is a photographer’s dream. But the Holy Grail is likely to be the...

Salmon, duck, and boar — oh, my!

Usually when people hear the word “rockfish,” they think of fish that live among rocks or on rocky bottoms. When Islanders hear the word,...

‘It’s so important to continue his dream’

On what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 89th birthday, NAACP members of all ages and backgrounds filled the Portuguese-American Club in...

Grab some napkins for BBQ night

When you go out to eat, you don’t only want good food. You want atmosphere that makes it worth venturing out, especially in the...

Plunging into 2018

Don’t let the pictures fool you — the skies were blue and people were in their bathing suits, but it wasn’t a summer day...

Jingling all the way down Main Street

 The main lobby of Edgartown School today looked like Santa’s village at the North Pole: smells of cocoa filled the air as kids poured...

Ringing in 150 years

The Vineyard Haven Band is celebrating its 150th anniversary, and to kick off the festivities they held a pop-up holiday concert in the heart...