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Worshipful design – Lambert’s Cove Church

When Neal Kaplan, Lisa Foster, and Josh Yates decided to buy the old Methodist church on Lambert's Cove Road, they had a clear vision of what they wanted to do with it.

Annual Bloomsday celebration of music and drama

Fans of Irish writer James Joyce around the world celebrate June 16, which they call Bloomsday after Leopold Bloom, the hero of Joyce's novel "Ulysses.

A dogsledding achievement for a Vineyarder

Jodi Bailey "” born and raised on Martha's Vineyard but now of Chatanika, Alaska "” is trying to do something no rookie sled-dog driver has ever done.

Towns adopt regional approach for fire investigations

Tisbury fire inspector Jim Rogers was careful not to use the word "regional," but the Dukes County Fire Investigation Team is an Island-wide approach to a state-mandated job not easily done by individual towns.

Meals on Wheels provides for house-bound Vineyarders

Meals on Wheels (MOW) is looking for a few volunteer drivers.

Looking back down a long line of Christmas trees

My advancing age is being measured out in store-bought Christmas trees. We bought a Christmas tree from Tea Lane Nurseries again this year. Salty...

E-readers you might like

E-readers vary in size, features, and price. The larger ones have a screen almost as large as a page of typing paper and therefore...

Libraries add electronic books as more patrons own e-readers

The three down-Island libraries now offer electronically distributed books, audio books, and music through Cape Library Automated Materials Sharing network (CLAMS).These new library services...

Vineyard Power, membership strengthened, looks ahead

Launched by the Vineyard Energy Project in 2008, and officially incorporated Nov.

Amaral family Thanksgiving tradition recalled

It's Thanksgiving morning in 1951.

Lost heath hen, or rather, a facsimile, is back

Riding in the State Forest with a friend last weekend, West Tisbury town clerk Tara Whiting was startled when she and her companion came across what she described as a "ginormous" statue of a heath hen, a bird similar to a prairie chicken.

One thousand shot last week at MVRHS

Between 1,000 and 1,100 injections immunizing Vineyarders against this season's expected strains of influenza were administered last Thursday.

South Mountain offers luxe, ‘zero-energy’ house

There's a new house going up on West Spring Street in Tisbury, in the sweeping bend where the road past the Water Works swings east toward Vineyard Haven.

Hope is the antidote to suicide

About 40 people who work in public safety and public health gathered at the community room at Woodside Village last week to hear a presentation by Sally Spencer-Thomas, Psy.

Flu shot clinic stays right on target

Doctors and public health officials agree that almost everyone should get immunized against seasonal influenza.

Humor and history in curious roadside artifacts

Nearly everywhere you drive on Martha's Vineyard, there are little things to see, some so small you might drive by without noticing.

Wampanoag leader reaches the century mark

Beatrice Vanderhoop Gentry is looking forward to a party to celebrate her 100th year — not only because of the endurance record it denotes, but also because when she was growing up a Wampanoag child in Gay Head, she never had birthday parties.

Patricia Neal – ‘remember her with smiles and laughter’

Yesterday, the Federated Church in Edgartown was full of family and friends who had come, many of them from far away, to say goodbye to stage and screen actress and familiar Vineyard presence, Patricia Neal.

County will spot-check mosquitoes for triple E and West Nile virus

Last night the Dukes County Commissioners were expected to authorize spot-testing mosquitoes in all six Island towns for eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), according to county manager Russell Smith.

Blue claw crabs on Martha’s Vineyard

Eva Faber reached a gloved hand cautiously into the trap, where half a dozen blue claw crabs clung tenaciously to the wire framework.