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Tiebreaker ends U-19 boys soccer season

Turns out Yogi was right: It ain’t over till it’s over. You would think, for example, that this wonderful 2019 edition of MV United’s Under-19...

Museum sparkles during opening gala

The evening started with champagne, ended with fireworks over Vineyard Haven Harbor, and had a keynote address by legendary author David McCullough sandwiched in...

Tisbury: Grab a beach book at the library

Heard on Main Street: If at first you don’t succeed, do it the way your mother told you to. The Red Cross blood drive is...

Mama’s Girls walk-off winners

Emily Rasmussen hit a two-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the seventh inning as the defending champion Mama’s Girls rallied from six runs...

Sidewalk repairs complete

A treacherous stretch of sidewalk in Vineyard Haven is now fixed. On Thursday, the town’s DPW was out repairing the brick sidewalk on Beach...

Sponsored: Real Estate Confidential: Attention all investors

Real Estate Confidential is a weekly chit-chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate market, by Fred...

Trailer mishap gums up Menemsha

A bicycle trailer overturned in Menemsha on Thursday, June 27, clogging traffic on Basin Road. Nobody was injured, Chilmark Police Chief Jonathan Klaren told...

Yard Sales: June 28-30

Click here to see our yard sale map on one interactive map. 

VTA driver strike continues

Updated July 2 Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) drivers have entered the second day of a strike.  The number of drivers on strike has grown, according to...

Edgartown hearing puts Vineyard Wind on trial

On June 27 an Edgartown conservation commission hearing on export cables for the Vineyard Wind offshore wind project saw a packed and divided room,...

Tisbury School flunks air quality assessment

An air quality evaluation of Tisbury School by the state Department of Public Health (DPH) shows the aging building lacks proper ventilation that could...

Jackie O’s Red Gate Farm offered for $65 million

Updated 2:50 pm Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ 340-acre Red Gate Farm in Aquinnah has been listed on the international real estate market for $65 million. According to...

TeleStroke

“Though strokes can and do occur to people of any age, the risk of stroke increases with advanced age,” Mike Spiro, nurse manager, ER...

MVH Profile: Nancy Casucci, R.N.

Nancy, what is your role at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital? I am an RN CEN (Certified Emergency Nurse) in the emergency room. What brought you here originally? I...

Eugene W. Baer

Eugene W. Baer (“Gene”), 92, died peacefully in his home in Vineyard Haven on June 24, 2019.  Gene grew up during the Great Depression in...

Comic Strips Workshop for Kids with Jennifer Burkin

On Tuesday, July 2, at 10:30 am, kids and teens are invited to join artist Jennifer Burkin to learn how to make comic strips...

“Larry Rivers: ‘I Love You,’” art exhibit and reception by Elizabeth Langer

On Saturday, July 6, from 3:30 to 5 pm, all are invited to an art reception at the West Tisbury library to honor the...

Smoker-to-table

“Sea smoke, frost smoke, or steam fog, is a fog which is formed when very cold air moves over warmer water. The effect is...

Paper perfection

Head to Seastone Papers in West Tisbury on Monday, July 1, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, for a papermaking sampler class that introduces...

Superb standup

  Join New York City’s Kevin Downey Jr. with guest comics Jessica Collazo and Gary Marino on Wednesday, July 3, from 9 to 11 pm...