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Getting on track at MVRHS

Updated April 27The facilities subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional School Committee this week considered a list of questions for Gale Associates, a former...

Jim Rogers is new Tisbury selectman

Former Tisbury Assistant Fire Chief Jim Rogers was elected to the Tisbury board of selectmen at the town elections Tuesday with 815 votes. He...

The ball always finds you

Veteran Major League ballplayers have advised young ballplayers for generations that success in this high-stress sport is dependent on maintaining an even emotional keel....

Chilmark resident Lynn Murphy dies in motorcycle crash

Chilmark resident Lynn Murphy Jr., 39, died from injuries suffered Tuesday night around 7 pm after the motorcycle he was driving left the road...

Edgartown selectmen take on Eversource and taxis

The Edgartown board of selectmen fast-tracked replacement of three telephone poles and wiring in midtown Edgartown, a project long delayed by Eversource, the Island’s...

‘Neither rain nor snow, nor sleet nor hail …’

Massachusetts high school track coaches and athletes have been dealing with full-on winter weather this spring, but the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS)...

MVRHS gIrls lax rolling, thumps Nauset

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) varsity girls lacrosse team, led by Addy Hayman’s seven goals, tuned up the Nauset Regional High School...

MVRHS boys lax streak ends

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) varsity boys lacrosse team’s unbeaten string ended definitively on Saturday at Dan McCarthy field with a 12-4...

MVRHS Baseball drops home opener to Feehan

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) varsity baseball team opened its home season on Friday, dropping a 3-1 nailbiter to visiting Bishop Feehan...

Vineyarders off to the races

The track is back.Our hard-bitten winter gave way to sun and scudding cloud puffs on Wednesday as the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS)...

‘Da Nang Postscripts’ looks inside battle for survival

Oak Bluffs resident Bill Gaulman’s novel related to his Vietnam War service is an unusual and thoughtful take.That’s saying something. Wikipedia, for example,...

Globe names eight MVRHS winter athletes as All-Scholastics

Eight Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) student-athletes were named this week to the Boston Globe 2017-2018 All-Scholastic high school winter sports roster.The MVRHS...

MVRHS boys lax keeps rolling

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) extended their undefeated season to 4-0 on Tuesday with a 17-2 drubbing of Coyle and Cassidy High...

MVRHS track planners clear hurdle

Construction planning for a new high school track trotted forward Tuesday morning when the facilities subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS)...

Cyber-crime novel ‘Drive’ set on Martha’s Vineyard

John Nuckel looks like a cop, with a name that could fit characters in the spate of crime thrillers he has produced over the...

Summer camp approved by All-Island board

The All-Island School Committee last Wednesday paved the way for an eight-session ongoing Island summer science camp this year, approving an enthusiastic pitch by...

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...

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...

Island youth soccer gets a boot out of Revs’ clinics

About 250 young Island soccer players made the pilgrimage to the Sancy Pachico gym at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) last weekend to...

Island U-10 Squirts finish second

The Martha’s Vineyard Youth Hockey U-10 White Squirts rebounded from early tournament trouble to play for the U-10 state championship last Sunday afternoon, eventually...