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Vineyarders beat Sandwich in boys hoops semifinals

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The third time was the charm for the Vineyarder boys basketball team against Sandwich High School. After losing to the Blue Knights by 15...

Baker to ease COVID restrictions Monday

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Updated 4:30 pm With confirmed cases, hospitalizations, and positivity rates significantly lower in recent weeks, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Thursday that Massachusetts will head back...

Vaccine booking to take place on Saturdays at 8 am 

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Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s plan going forward is to open appointment booking on Saturdays at 8 am on its website, mvhospital.org. The hospital chose Saturday morning...

Selectmen approve fire department restructure

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After a year without a permanent fire chief, Oak Bluffs selectmen agreed to restructure duties in town’s fire department at a meeting Tuesday night. Selectmen...

African American Heritage Trail sites added to TrailsMV

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Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation has added 14 of 31 sites from the African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard to the TrailsMV app in recognition...

Oak Bluffs takes tree removal to small claims court

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Oak Bluffs selectmen gave parks commissioner Amy Billings the greenlight to discuss legal action against a seasonal resident over the unauthorized removal of a...

Honoring those who have died from COVID-19

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The Unitarian Universalist Society of Martha's Vineyard will ring the church bell in the Stevens Chapel on Friday, Feb. 26, at 5 pm in...

MVRHS girls hockey ties Nantucket in regular-season finale

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The Vineyarder girls hockey team closed out the regular season Sunday afternoon in Nantucket, and skated to a 3-3 tie with the rival Whalers. Six...

Firefighters train for ice rescue

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Updated March 10 Aquinnah and West Tisbury firefighters held a training drill for ice rescues on Lagoon Pond Sunday. Survival suits and a pontoon sled...

Climate Solutions: Becoming resilient

Prolonged power failures are a serious concern as climate change progresses and more extreme weather events occur. When the electric grid is down, having...

Black History Month celebrations prompt curricular reflection

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By Chloe Combra, Brooke Crocker, and Hardy Eville This past summer, many Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) students took part in the nationwide movements...

COVID case ends Vineyarder boys hockey playoff hopes

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A member of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys hockey team has tested positive for COVID-19, removing the Vineyarders from the Cape and...

Vineyarders fall to Sandwich in C&I girls basketball tourney

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Martha’s Vineyard traveled to Sandwich on Monday for the opening round of the Cape and Islands League Atlantic Division girls basketball tournament. The Vineyarders...

Vaccine experience was positive

To the Editor: I had my first COVID vaccine at our hospital on Monday. I need to post a comment of how impressed I was...

Ice dancers

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Corinne de Langavant is a performance artist and founding director of M.V. Ice Theater productions, and she has produced a charming and informative coloring...

Gnome spotting

Hidden among the magical trees at Polly Hill Arboretum are friendly garden gnomes that are visiting for one week. At any time from sunrise...

Curated cinema

Enjoy watching feature films, documentaries, and shorts recommended by the M.V. Film Festival from the comfort of home. Their website has an extensive library...

Oh, the pastabilities!

Learn the art of making homemade pasta from Gavin Smith, the Food Minded Fellow. He is teaching a virtual cooking class on how to...

Driven to abstraction

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For the past two years Louisa Gould, owner of the Louisa Gould Gallery, has been running an artists' residency at the Atlantic Center for...

Nomadland: Alone but not lonely

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“Nomadland,” a hauntingly beautiful film starring Frances McDormand, is currently playing at the M.V. Film Center. Based on the 2017 nonfiction book of the...