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Three teachers, who range in age from 70 to barely 30, note the same trend in their classroom: a powerful motivation generating from their students
What used to be called the Council on Aging is now the Center for Living, a welcome shift in outlook for grey Islanders.
Untold-til-now stories of the making of the movie that changed the Island and Hollywood.
Andrea DelloRusso is a single parent to two young children, a waitress at State Road Restaurant and a mechanic for McIntosh Motors.
Elmo, the Sesame Street character, was to have added star power at First Baptist Church in Vineyard Haven Tuesday, but he got stuck in makeup or something.
The Fourth of July parade in Edgartown evokes a simpler time in America, anchored by small communities and patriotism, which sounds like Fred Morgan.
Bethia Mayfield was awed by how much Caleb Cheeshahteaumauk knew about things that grow on Martha's Vineyard and their use for sustenance and healing.
Where's there's a will, there really is a way.
Last year, over 22 weeks, Grace Church in Vineyard Haven sold more than 16,000 lobster rolls on Friday evenings.
Brad Rothwell (aka hrwells), wildly-costumed Mike Rebello (aka mikey powerz), and Josh Robinson-White (aka jrw), will perform at The Lampost.
A retired nurse in Oak Bluffs returns to his roots as a sculptor, which he started doing in Foxboro 45 years ago.
"The Wampanoag Tribe of Martha's Vineyard: Colonization to Recognition," Thomas Dresser, The History Press, Charleston, S.
"Whatever you're doin', do it good," from Charles Wright's "Express Yourself" cranked out of speakers early Saturday morning at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School track.
Reddington, Verde, and Blue Sky hit the lottery around 11 am on March 31.
Tracy Thorpe had every reason to be nervous last Saturday morning.
John Holladay made his national mark with offbeat posters of America's best-loved sports stadia from Fenway Park to
Tammy King has loved the Relay for Life event for years, but she never expected the American Cancer Society's (ACS) eighth annual event to impact her own family as it does this year.
In a variation on "Be prepared," the motto of the Boy Scouts of America, Ewell Hopkins is prepared to make being a Boy Scout "the coolest thing for a kid to be on the Island.
Imagine you own a baseball team with present-day versions of Williams, DiMaggio, and Mays patrolling the same outfield — or Aaron, Musial, and Mantle.
"The Road to Sagarmatha" by Adam Wilson.