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Vineyard rowing team takes second in Lake Champlain competition

Under the guidance of Coach Wendy Gray, the Martha’s Vineyard Youth Race Row team placed second out of seven in the Lake Champlain Maritime...

Sharks swing into action

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League swung into action last Thursday. The Island’s collegiate baseball team won its first home...

Slideshow: Runners enjoy a sunny Martha's Vineyard Memorial Day 5k

More than 500 runners took part in the 23rd annual Memorial Day Road Race to benefit Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard Sunday. Renee Da Silva,...

Vineyard girls tennis beats Bishop Stang 5-0

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls varsity tennis team swept Bishop Stang in all matches yesterday. The scores were as follows:First singles: the Vineyard's...

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School tops Falmouth in tennis

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School came out on top against the Falmouth Clippers, 5-0, in Monday play.Kelly Klaren won in first singles over Julia...

Island gymnasts compete in state championships

Seven gymnasts from Island Gymnastics Training School coached by Beth Goodell competed in the Xcel Bronze State Championships in Wilmington last Sunday.In the bronze...

MV United soccer results

Saturday, May 7 MV United U18 women 4, Swansea Somerset 1 MV United U14 boys 6, Swansea Somerset 0 Fall River 3, MV United U11 boys 2 Westport...

Slideshow: Craftsmen assemble at the Martha’s Vineyard Mini Maker Faire

Makers of all kinds set up their wares in the West Tisbury Ag Hall on Saturday for a community building afternoon of interactive fun...

Slideshow: Pink and Green weekend signals springtime in Edgartown

Edgartown radiated pink and green this weekend to celebrate springtime, Mother's Day, and the Kentucky Derby. In the fifth annual pastel-colored celebration, visitors and year-round Islanders overcame fog and...

Slideshow: Cyclists Ride the Vineyard for MS

Hundreds of cyclists descended on Martha’s Vineyard Saturday to participate in Ride the Vineyard, a fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Bikers chose...

Tennis bubble dismantled for spring

Approximately 30 community volunteers pitched in on Saturday to dismantle the temporary bubble that covered the Vineyard Youth Tennis courts over the winter. The...

Island-born Jodi Bailey follows a frozen career path

Winter has been reluctant to release the Vineyard from its grasp. As Islanders eagerly await the actual arrival of spring and boating weather, Jodi...

Vineyard boys baseball team beats Latin Academy

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys baseball team, fresh off a 6-5 loss to Woburn on Monday, bounced back with a thrilling 2-1...

First striped bass arrive along Martha’s Vineyard beaches

Martha’s Vineyard fishermen began cleaning reels and sorting tackle following the long-awaited news that striped bass had arrived in Island waters.Fishermen reported catching small...

Airport Fitness and Tennis crowns club champs

Airport Fitness and Tennis hosted its annual tennis championships for members last weekend. Laura Schroeder and Mary Breslauer won the women's doubles tournament. They...

Martha’s Vineyard Little League tryouts draw a big Saturday crowd

A line of prospective baseball players stretched out the door of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School gym Saturday afternoon during tryouts for the...

Flying Horses opens for the season

America's oldest carousel began to spin again today, and children from around the Island came to Oak Bluffs to ride the Flying Horses and...

Water Street Housing units take shape

Updated Monday, March 28, 10:30 amA new six-unit affordable apartment complex began to shape Friday at 6 Water Street, adjacent to the Stop & Shop and...

Slideshow: Saint Patrick's Day festivities in Edgartown

Island children and their parents gathered at the Kelley House this morning to celebrate Saint Patrick's day a few days early. Following a short parade...