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Vineyarders rally to sink Clippers in boys lacrosse

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Martha’s Vineyard rallied from a two-goal deficit at the end of the third quarter and edged the Falmouth Clippers, 9-8, in Cape and Islands...

MVRHS sports highlights

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Track and field The MVRHS track and field teams ran three meets in a span of eight days, starting with a sweep over Sturgis on...
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After 23 years, Mr. Caruthers retires

When he’s not teaching earth science, directing the Mentor Induction Program, or providing academic support as a special education teacher at the Martha’s Vineyard...

Misuse of legislative power 

To the Editor: Recently there has been considerable angst and uproar within the aviation community regarding proposed legislation authored by Massachusetts state Sen. Julian Cyr....

Poor Martha

To the Editor: It is an expression we have heard in the past, and one we will no doubt be hearing in the future. But...

Turkington misses the mark

To the Editor: I write with concerns about the commentary in the Falmouth Enterprise by our former state representative, Eric Turkington. He belittles the efforts...
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Nurse bids farewell after 15 years

After 15 years of benefiting from her health projects and reliable warmth and care, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) must bid farewell to...

A promising start

The Coalition to Create a Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank recently held two listening sessions. That alone sets it apart from the failed venture to...

A summer of opportunity

As the school year nears its end, many Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) students are preparing to transition from students to employees. An...

Voter education for the Tisbury School building project

The Tisbury School Building Committee is hosting one-hour presentations about the renovation and addition schematic plan to encourage dialogue and questions before the School...

‘May the barriers that divide us crumble’

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One year ago, George Floyd was killed at the hands of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, setting off a series of protests across...

Veteran’s Corner: Memorial Day 2021

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On Monday, May 31, American Legion Post 257 will be putting up the flags on the Avenue of Flags at 7:30 am and taking...

Up-Island Council on Aging — June 2021

NEW Audiology Clinic Hearing loss and increased challenges in communicating are realities to many in our aging communities. Howes House has teamed up with Dr....

Tisbury Council on Aging — June 2021

Tisbury Council on Aging is keeping in touch with seniors, and hopes to start offering more programs as the weather gets warmer. We encourage all...

55Plus: ‘Let’s Talk’

Are you worried about your memory? Have you recently been diagnosed with a memory disorder? Are you looking for information and resources? Or just...

SHINE News: Getting ready to sign up for Medicare?

Learn about signing up for Medicare from the safety and comfort of your home or office! This online Medicare fair is for people turning...

Oak Bluffs Council on Aging — June 2021

In-person activities are paused, but we’re still here for you! We offer exercise programs via Zoom, telephone outreach, and pickup and delivery of groceries...

Elder Law: Single? Check your estate plan. You’ll feel better.

No one relishes doing their estate planning, that is, figuring out how your possessions will be divided after you’re gone. What’s cheery about that?...

Edgartown Council on Aging — June 2021

Edgartown Council on Aging staff continue to serve as a resource, Monday–Friday, 9–4. We’ll bring back in-house programs and services as soon as we’re able,...

Racial data triggers judge’s hearing

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Updated May 27 Racial data collected by the Tisbury Police Department as part of motor vehicle stops has become a flash point in Edgartown District...