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Stop and smell the flowers

The holidays are a good time to stop and ponder all the gifts that we already have — not presents under the tree, but...

Wine and dine

Feeling like giving yourself a gift after the holidays? Join La Soffitta in Vineyard Haven for an Italian wine dinner on Wednesday, Jan. 5,...

Healthy and happy in 2022

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With the holidays behind us, a typical resolution for the new year might be striving for a healthier lifestyle, particularly when it comes to...

The Lives They Led: Jan. – Mar. 2021

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Nov. 25, 2020: Roy Gundersen, 89, Edgartown Roy embraced the Vineyard community. The Vineyard was his paradise. He joined the Edgartown Fire Department, was the...

Book biz booms

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"Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me": That title has been rattling around my head for the past year. Richard Fariña’s...

Wanda the chicken’s recovery fund

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In a couple of days, $400 has been raised for the recovery of Wanda, the pet Barred Rock chicken owned by West Tisbury resident...

Ravizza: ‘Being there, being a mentor’

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Before he was even a teenager, Jared Ravizza began working with people with disabilities. Now as an adult, through the Ravizza Global Initiative, he’s...

COVID cases fall to 82 after year high

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The number of new COVID cases last week dipped down to 82 cases following a two-week surge in cases for the Island, according to...

Festive and white

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Islanders woke up Friday morning to a fresh coating of snow just in time for Christmas Eve. Our staff — mostly Rich Saltzberg —...

Three people injured in O.B. crash

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Three people were taken to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital very early Wednesday morning, following a crash and rollover on Barnes Road in Oak Bluffs. The...

The High School View: Sustainable gifting; Chess Club

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Read the MVRHS High School View: 12-23-2021

Green’s involvement in field project must end

Having spoken to Laura Green, Ph.D., over the past couple of weeks, we understand how proponents of the synthetic turf field became enamored with...

Real Estate Confidential: Last minute stocking stuffers

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

Indoor track sweeps Sandwich

The MVRHS girls and boys indoor track teams scored big wins over Sandwich, Tuesday afternoon at Wheaton College in Norton. The girls placed first in...

Girls basketball falls at Sandwich

The MVRHS girls basketball team traveled to Sandwich High School on Monday afternoon and lost to the Blue Knights, 68-36. Both teams had multiple...

MVRHS boys hoops beaten by Bulldogs

An error-prone Vineyarder boys basketball team suffered a tough 73-39 non-league loss to the Old Rochester Bulldogs on Saturday in Mattapoisett. “We had 29 turnovers....

Boys hockey tops Monarchs, loses to Whalers

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The Vineyarder boys hockey team took one of two games this week, and are 2-1 as they seek to defend their 2019 Heuchling and...

Tree lobby: Where do we grow from here?

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The recent news of tree cutting and replacement planting raises the question, Do we have a plan for our future treescapes? No, the simple...

Christmas again

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When I was a child, my mother and I used to get our Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. We took the straggly ones that...

ESL class debut at MVRHS concert

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Updated 12:32 During Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Winter Concert, a new group debuted on stage: the ESL (English as a second language) performance class....