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Elie Jordi


Hiking up Big Jay

For the past three years, The MV Times has asked four recent Vineyard high school graduates to share their experiences during their first year...

Transitioning into spring

I remember at accepted students’ day last April, we were asked to say why we chose to attend the University of Vermont (UVM). The...

Settling into college in Vermont

For the past three years, The MVTimes has asked four recent Vineyard high school graduates to share their experiences during their first year after...

Martha’s Vineyard Under-18 team claims state soccer crown

On Sunday, the Martha’s Vineyard Under-18 Boys soccer team beat Brookline 2-0 to clinch the state championship, adding to its résumé of three state...

Martha’s Vineyard’s sunny skies bring a health risk

Martha’s Vineyard residents and visitors enjoy the outdoors, particularly in the summer months, when people flock to Island beaches and waters. However, those pleasurable...

What I learned from A-Train

He called himself A-Train. He was an overweight, 18-year-old immigrant Vietnamese from Manhattan named Aaron; not the average candidate one expected to meet on...

MVRHS upgrades building security with new ID badge

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) is now using the Raptor ID security system to check in visitors. The system, in place at schools...

Charleane Corrigan: To 100 and beyond

Charleane Corrigan was born on Jan. 22, 1914, in Waynesville, N.C., a small town nestled in the mountains west of Charlotte. “As I look over...

Martha’s Vineyard teachers must juggle housing and lesson plans

A newly hired teacher faces many challenges when he or she moves to Martha’s Vineyard. One of the biggest challenges before the new school...

The Community Seed Library comes to fruition

The Martha’s Vineyard Community Seed Library, one of three of its kind in the state, was launched in October at the West Tisbury library,...

Martha’s Vineyard divas hit icy notes

The Martha’s Vineyard Figure Skating Club brought a lively blend of music and ice skating talent to the Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena last weekend...

MVRHS junior claims top spot in regional science fair

Christopher Aring is the first Vineyard student to advance this far, and will represent Massachusetts in international competition.

Nat Benjamin sails Charlotte into warm welcome in Haiti and Cuba

The Island boatbuilder and crew extended a helping hand to fellow boatbuilders in the two Caribbean island nations.

Surfing raw winter waves

Island surfers defy snow and frigid temperatures to enjoy a winter swell.

Love at first set: A tennis love affair

A real doubles racket.