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Births

Hudson MacKay Mercaldo Sarah and Kyle Mercaldo of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a son, Hudson MacKay Mercaldo, on March 11, 2022, at Massachusetts...

First Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Island Alpaca

Join Island Alpaca Co. on Saturday, April 16, at 11 am and 1 pm, for its first-ever Island Alpaca Co. Easter Egg Hunt at...

We Dance at Pathways

Pathways presents the third and last Open House Community Dance Party (We Dance) for this winter-spring season at the Chilmark Tavern. Join your friends...

Spring into history

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Things are popping up at the Cooke House and Legacy Gardens in Edgartown, as the warm days of spring and summer finally greet us. Starting...

Cribbage Results

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The Vineyard Cribbage Club met with 24 players Wednesday evening for another fun night of cribbage. The results are as follows: First place, Kathy Kinsman with...

Gardens of Love: Roxanne Kapitan

Roxanne Kapitan is a regenerative backyard garden goddess in “that carpe diem phase of life.” She is landscape manager at Oakleaf Landscape, where she...

Oak Bluffs: Just in the nick of time

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“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.”  –Albert Einstein.  I may have mentioned spring a touch early a few weeks ago,...

Aquinnah: It was an excellent production

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If you did not see “Les Misérables” at the MVRHS this past weekend, you really missed out. It was an excellent production, with some...

Academic honors

Honors list Paige Anderson of Edgartown, at Pomfret School.

On My Way: Walking King’s Highway

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We came to the end of the yellow trail of the Middle Road Sanctuary, and were confronted with three options: We could turn back...

Poet’s Corner

By Camden Fullin I hear you everywhere I go. I hear the sounds of pretty birds in the wild. And the sounds of butterflies going to buttercups. The...

Wild Side: The willow

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Saturday, April 2, could have been disappointing for an insect photographer. True, an early overcast gave way to a strong, early spring sun, and...

Tisbury: Town meeting is on Tuesday, April 12

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Heard on Main Street: Have you noticed? Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it. Next Monday, April 11, is this...

Edgartown select board approves shade tree removal

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The request to remove a 26-foot-tall European hornbeam tree located outside the courthouse was unanimously approved by the Edgartown select board at its meeting...

Chilmark: Feel free to donate a book

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April daffodils are blooming along stone walls bordering our roads, surround the red gas pump, carpet hills and fields, while unexpected bouquets dot the...

Edgartown: I miss my daddy

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I’m afraid I cannot offer up a typical Edgartown column this week. I have neither the words nor the gumption to write a regular...

West Tisbury: Unusually early

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“Weird” is the word I used in my notes to describe this past week’s weather. We have awakened to chilly, gray mornings that turn...

This Was Then: The 1950 census

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It’s April 1950. The boomers are just babies, and the Atomic Age has arrived. Harry Truman is president, World War II has ended, the...

MVRHS recertifies FY23 budget

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee voted to recertify its approximately $25 million overall budget (and the approximately $20 million in assessments) after...

Chilmark land clearing admonished

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A Chilmark homeowner and his landscaper could face fines for illegally digging a trench and removing vegetation in a wetland at 6 Eddy Farm...