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Sharon S. Rzemien

Sharon Shirley (Roy) Rzemien, 63, of Cumberland, R.I., passed from this world on April 24, 2022, after several years of complicated illness. Sharon was born...

Lawrence Snyder

Lawrence W. Snyder (Larry), 68, of Edgartown, passed away on May 11, 2022, in Georgetown, S.C., due to cancer.  Larry graduated from Pocono Central Catholic...

Carol P. Gadd

A memorial gathering for Carol P. Gadd (“Dede”), who died on Oct. 12, 2021, will be held at 11 am on Wednesday, July 13,...

BPAC encourages cyclists to be SMART 

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  The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) issued a public service announcement around the Island to encourage cyclists to ride SMART, and create awareness...

Edgartown: Summer has officially arrived

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Summer has officially arrived. The calendar made it official last week. Mother Nature has brought hot and humid temps our way. The last day...

W.T.’s Jennelle Gadowski is a Commonwealth Heroine

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The women regularly working to make a difference in their community “don’t always make the news,” but Jennelle Gadowski sure did.  A 23-year-old Martha’s Vineyard...

Tisbury’s new patrol boat arrives

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On Friday, Tisbury received its new harbor patrol boat from Eastern Boats of Milton, N.H. The delivery comes two years and eight months after...

Court Report: June 16 – June 27, 2022

June 16 Ryan P. Brown, Brookline; 32, motor vehicle lights violation, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, negligent operation of motor vehicle,...

MVRHS explores vaping infractions

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Following a visit to several Cape Cod schools, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) administration is considering ways to stem the surge of...

Wired for sound

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Along with the major acts coming to play at Beach Road Weekend, there are other national touring acts that will hit Island stages this...

Fourth of July parade and fireworks to return in Edgartown 

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The Edgartown select board has been tasked with judging floats at this years’ Fourth of July Parade. The annual parade, which has been on...

Get moving

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If you want to get out of your head, fully into your body, and get a gentle stretch and nice aerobic workout as well,...

Surprises and favorites at new pop-up exhibit at Featherstone

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Tanya Augostinos, who has been curating art on the Island for the past 10 years, has an eye for the new and the unique....

Three photographers with three perspectives in new exhibit

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The July exhibition at the West Tisbury library, “New Works: The Photography of Reggie Forster, Dena Porter, and Rob Skinnon,” is an homage to...

A family tradition

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I have learned all I know about food from my mom, and have been cooking with her for as long as I can remember....

Twists and turns

What happens on the Island stays on the Island. Except when what happens on the Island is a fictional story, rendered from the extraordinary...

Drive-in movie!

Head to the YMCA in Oak Bluffs to watch a movie under the stars at Circuit Arts’ drive-in. The Oscarwinning film, “Encanto,” follows the...

A glowing celebration

Set out for Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary for a quieter way to celebrate the Fourth of July. Spend the night in the woodlands searching...

West Tisbury: Perfect summer day

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Here we are at the last day of June, and the beginning of Fourth of July weekend. Flags are flying, buntings are draped across...

What to do on the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is around the corner and there are many ways to celebrate around the Island.  The Murdick’s Run the Chop Challenge, sponsored...