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Gifts for guys — from a space pen to a buffalo skin jacket

Beyond power tools "” great finds from Island stores.

Martha’s Vineyard wins 35th Island Cup over Nantucket

The Vineyarders used a dominating ground game to capture their tenth consecutive Island Cup.

Ocean Park lit for the Christmas season

The annual display of festive Christmas lights drew lots of viewers Friday evening.

Shop Local: great Martha’s Vineyard gifts

Islanders share their wishlists, their go-to MV presents for off-Island friends and family, and what's popular at local stores.

Island Kids’ Wish Lists

What kids on Martha's Vineyard want to give, get, and get going for the holidays

Business Brief: Sandpiper Rentals to move next door

Sandpiper Rentals of Edgartown announced a move next door into a larger space.

Edgartown Police zero in quickly on burglary suspect

The man broke into several cars and at least one house on 21st Street Wednesday morning, even as residents slept, police said.

Tisbury School stages magical Aladdin, Jr.

Students from the 7th and 8th grades get a taste of live theater.

Casting call for “Day 90,” a movie set on Martha’s Vineyard

Casting call for —Day 90," a movie set on Martha's Vineyard

Time to light the tree in Oak Bluffs

Enjoy carol singing, refreshments, and the tree lighting in Oak Bluffs this Wednesday.

Steamship Authority ferries back on schedule

The SSA advises travelers that ferries between Martha's Vineyard and Woods Hole are still operating on a trip-by-trip basis.

The nicest surprise

To the Editor: My husband, Ronnee, just turned 80 years old. We wondered how our fire department knew about that, because two very fine firemen...

Making a difference for the Y

To the Editor: In the spirit of being thankful for what we have and having the opportunity to give back to our community that sustains...

Hardship endures for so many

To the Editor: You would think that on the privileged island of Martha's Vineyard there could not be poverty and hunger. But Betty Burton's Thanksgiving...

IHT schools Stop & Shop company

To the Editor: On behalf of the Island Housing Trust, I would like to offer the following recommendations to the Martha's Vineyard Commission members regarding...

Shop, no stop

Jaime Weisman, in concert with Island Housing Trust (IHT), an abutter to the Stop & Shop property, is helping IHT to plan a residential housing development on its property.

Juniors beat seniors in Powder Puff game, 12-6

In a battle of juniors vs. seniors and deBettencourt vs. deBettencourt, the junior girls saved their best for first and last.

MVRHS beats Max Fitness in Gibson adult league fall hockey title game

The high school icemen win a thriller to take the Gibson adult league fall hockey title.

Are you ready for some Island Cup?

Rosters, records, history, and most everything else you need to know about today's Martha's Vineyard-Nantucket rivalry.

Community Jam benefits relief efforts abroad

The fifth annual Thanksgiving Chilmark Community Potluck Jam be on Saturday, Nov. 30.