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La Choza celebrates one year anniversary

La Choza on Main Street in Vineyard Haven is celebrating its first anniversary with a free drawing for prizes that include a gift basket, gift certificates, and tee-shirts.

New Technogym Fitness Equipment arrives at Mansion House Health Club

The Mansion House Health Club this week welcomed the arrival of new hi-tech equipment that exercises the body and the mind.

Heather Lee Murphy becomes Hunter Douglas installer

Heather Lee Murphy of Tracker Home decor in Edgartown recently attended a two-day course in Broomfield, Colorado, to become a Hunter Douglas certified installer, according to a press release.

Island tennis group helps gear up for spring

Martha's Vineyard Community Tennis organized volunteers to help setup the high school courts.

Sports highlights

West Tisbury resident Ryan Pesch has been named to the 2013 US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider, one of two 49er skippers on the 34-man roster.

Island gymnasts compete in Burlington

Young gymnasts from Island Gymnastics Training School performed well March 17 at a meet at Brestyan's American Gymnastics Club in Burlington.

MVRHS spring sports preview part one

The Vineyard's spring sports teams are back in action, trying to build on the success of an outstanding 2012.

Great party

Thank you everyone for all your wonderful food, gifts and love for David Lambert.

Daffodils and gratitude

The 2013 American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days were a resounding success.

A caution for landlords

Last summer I had submitted a

The Trustees look ahead to spring

Despite patches of snow still on the ground, spring has finally arrived.

Freedom vs. a community’s sense of self

I loved your column in the March 21 MV Times [At Large: The 'Not Our Crowd' approach to zoning against big houses].

Saying why and saying it clearly

Chris Murphy and I have known one another since the 1970s, and during that long time we have enjoyed some spirited discussions, in which on one or two occasions we've agreed.

Dukes County government is shocked, shocked by its own incompetence

The news is encouraging: members of the Dukes County Advisory Board, whose members are the blindsided overseers of Dukes County government's financial management, is asking questions about the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Health Care Access (HCA) programs.

West Tisbury

Sunshine and Palm Sunday openings brought everyone out to West Tisbury's three garden centers.


It's hard to believe that hippity hoppity Easter is already on its way, but there you have it.

Oak Bluffs

Sunday last was warm, pleasant, and brought forth more spring flowers.


There are lots of things to do in Aquinnah this weekend.