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Aquinnah: Shuttle up-Island

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The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival was a great time this past weekend. Lots of good movies, many of which had ties to the Vineyard....

Births

Miguel Gonçalves Silvaroli Dayanne Kissila Queira Gonçalves of Edgartown announces the birth of a son, Miguel Gonçalves Silvaroli, on March 15, 2019, at Martha’s Vineyard...

Bridge Results

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At the March 18, 1:15 pm, game of the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven, seven pairs competed. Finishing in first place were Barbara...

An evening with Willy Mason

On Monday, April 1, at 7 pm, the West Tisbury library will host an evening of live music featuring Island singer-songwriter Willy Mason. Willy...

Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce recognizes 40 Under 40

The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce recognizes 40 younger professionals among the Island business community during its 2019 biennial celebration of 40 Under 40. “The...

2019 Hunter Safety Course

The 2019 Hunter Safety Course, which is required in order to receive a Massachusetts hunting license, starts Monday, April 8, from 6 to 9...

Academic honors

Dean's list Alison Daigle of Edgartown, at Curry College. Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Science and Engineering Fair awards The Dr. James H. Porter Awards Tisbury Waterways, Inc....

Ice show at the Arena

The Martha's Vineyard Figure Skating Club’s 31st annual spring ice show, "Once Upon a Dream: Children's Stories on Ice" is on Saturday, April 6,...

Upcoming events at Vineyard Haven library

The Felix Neck Citizen Science program offers an information session on Saturday, April 6, at 2 pm at the Vineyard Haven library. The program...

Coming up at the Chilmark library

The Chilmark library hosts Chowder and a Chat with Chilmark Police Chief Jonathan Klaren on Saturday, March 30, from 12 to 1 pm. Join...

Edgartown: Warmer temps are coming

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I have so much trouble dressing in the spring and fall. I’m freezing in the morning, roasting by midday, chilly in the late afternoon,...

April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day

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National Healthcare Decisions Day exists “to inspire, educate, and empower the public and providers about the importance of advance care planning end-of-life decisions.” Martha’s...

Have Faith: Give it up

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I remember when I was in elementary school, the thing I loved most about Lent was that we had fish fry dinner on Fridays....

MVH Profile: Dr. Ellen McMahon

Dr. Ellen McMahon: Family medicine physician at MVH physician group, medical director of Windemere, and vice-chair of the medical executive committee What are your responsibilities? I...

Garden Notes: Spring is here, but be cautious

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Island spring is often fluky. It is officially here, though, and, like many, I hope for plentiful rainfall: only at night, hold the snow....

Art smarts

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Eleven-year-olds Arieanna Leavitt and Isabella Silva, along with 12-year-old Caroline Conover, all sixth graders, run an art business that puts the traditional kids’ lemonade...

The Big Question: Soldiers Memorial Fountain

Should the plaques that pay tribute to Confederate soldiers at the Soldiers Memorial Fountain in Oak Bluffs’ Ocean Park be removed? Reply online as a...

Howard Marlin earns national intervention certification

Howard (“Howie”) Marlin announces that he has achieved certification from the Pennsylvania Certification Board. This CIP (certified intervention professional) designation means he has met...

Susan Sigel Goldsmith’s TicketsMV

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Susan Sigel Goldsmith talks really really fast. Which goes along with her brain (speedy), endeavors (varied), and imagination (colorful). She’s the owner of TicketsMV,...

Quote of the week

“Loved everything about that place, let the whole community come together to rebuild.” –Candy Shweder, on the devastating fire at Flat Point Farm