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Chilmark: Congratulations graduates

Wow, graduations already. The Charter School had no Chilmark graduates; however, congratulations to the 2018 Chilmark graduates from MVRHS, including Lowen Goodwin, Marguerite Mayhew,...

‘A Tale of Two Theaters’

For over 100 years the Strand Theater in Oak Bluffs and the Capawock Theater in Vineyard Haven have touched the lives of countless people...

The Dogcharmer: Hunting wabbit

Hi Tom,I definitely need help on how to stop my dog from hunting squirrels or bunnies.When she was very young — now...

B-I-N-G-O

When his friend Ed Colligan died in 2014, Buddy Oliver promised him he’d do his best to keep American Legion Post 257 in Vineyard...

Women’s softball takes first swings of season

The 14th Martha's Vineyard Women's Softball League season got underway Tuesday night at Veterans Park in Vineyard Haven with the customary triple-header and opening...

Marianise Senat Delphin

Marianise Senat Delphin (Mme Pierre), age 93 of Vineyard Haven, formerly of Haiti, died peacefully at Royal Nursing Home on May 31, 2018, surrounded...

On my mind: What to do if you have a mentally ill family member?

Here are two facts: First, when there is family involvement in the care of people with serious mental illnesses, everyone does better. Second, family...

Kaye (Davis) Flathers

Kaye (Davis) Flathers, age 78, of Sibley, Iowa, died on Sunday, June 3, 2018, at the Country View Manor in Sibley.Margie Kaye Slutz was...

Holmes Hole season about to begin

A tune-up race across the Sound on Sunday, June 17, at 1 pm will open this year’s Holmes Hole Sailing Association season. The first...

MVRHS girls lax claws Cougars in state tourney opener

The MVRHS girls lacrosse team got off to a blazing start in the state tournament, scoring six goals in the first 4:28 of play,...

Looking for nominations for the Creative Living Award

The Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard is accepting nominations for the 2018 Creative Living Award. Established in 1983 through the Ruth J. Bogan and...

Vineyard Haven library hosts third annual M.V. Photography Club group show

The Vineyard Haven library is not just a place to read or take out books, but also to view the Island’s third annual Photography...

ACE MV holds its first fundraiser

Adult and Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) will hold its first fundraiser on Saturday, June 23, at the West Chop Club in...

Edgartown: Recital weekend

We are through recital weekend! It is always such a crazy busy weekend, between prepping and extra rehearsals and performances. These young women, girls,...

The Garde East-perience

Garde East is entering its third season on Martha’s Vineyard, and if you’re looking for something a little fancier, tastier, and more beautiful than...

Aquinnah: Philbin Beach opens June 15

I need to correct some misinformation that I gave you two weeks ago. While Carolyn Feltz has retired as town clerk, she has been...

Birth: Elia Maxine Bergeron

Kate Dougherty and Derek Bergeron of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter, Elia Maxine Bergeron, on June 2, 2018, at the Martha’s...

Thirsty Thursday

Every Thursday afternoon at 5:30 pm, head to Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery in Edgartown to join the Amity Island Running Club in their Thirsty...

Academic honors

Graduation Emma Kathryn Forbes of Oak Bluffs, with a doctorate of physical therapy, from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.David Seidman of Tisbury,...