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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Martha’s Vineyard enters the Iron Age

Featherstone’s first-ever iron pour was a red-hot success.

Reviewing life through the Island

Joan Bowman’s memoir, as seen through a small Island.

Harvest of the Month: Tomatoes

Use up the last of those juicy ripe tomatoes on the vine.


Eilish L. MahoneyBryn and Derek Mahoney of Edgartown announce the birth of their daughter, Eilish Lace Mahoney, on Sept. 14 at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital....

Vineyard Open House celebrates first year

Vineyard Open House Real Estate celebrated its first year in business Saturday, Sept. 20 with an open house at its offices on Union Street...

Hope Strengthens Foundation’s annual pig roast helps Island families

Hope Strengthens Foundation (HSF) hosts its second annual Roast & Raise on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 1 pm to 5 pm, at the Tisbury...

September casts a welcome light on Holmes Hole racers

In the movie “The Lake House,” Christopher Plummer’s character, a famous architect, passionately admonishes his son, an aspiring architect played by Keanu Reeves, with the...

Kral team wins Hospice Golf Classic second year in a row

The welcoming scents of hot coffee and delicious apple fritters greeted 65 golfers when they arrived at the Mink Meadows Golf Club early Sunday...

Island police departments turn to social media

OMG, criminals post evidence, police solve crimes using social media LOL.

U.S. Track and Field recognizes Gay Head 10K

More than 125 runners are currently registered

SSA plans fare hikes to close budget gap

The Steamship Authority proposes to raise fares for passengers, vehicles and parking.

Girls offense stalls against Whitinsville Christian in 1-1 tie

Lots of defense, not much offense in the Saturday home game.

Martha’s Vineyard court report: Sept. 15–22

September 15, 2014Brian Keith Hariston, West Tisbury; DOB 9/7/59, violating abuse prevention order: one year pretrial probation.Richard Mark Lupo, Oak Bluffs; DOB 6/20/84, discharge...

Get artsy with Miss Lani

The Children’s Studio fall/winter season at Featherstone has begun.

A day at the museum

Smithsonian Magazine day offers free admission to museums across the country.

Visit from Scapegoats

Learn more about landscaping with goats at the Oak Bluffs library.

Featherstone features artists on artists

Featherstone Studio Tour and Artist Portrait show reveal trade secrets.

Maureen P. Cunningham

Maureen P. Cunningham of Brielle, N.J., and Martha’s Vineyard died at her Brielle home on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, after a long and valiant...