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Good Shepherd Parish gets a boost

This week, the food drive at Good Shepherd Parish got a welcome change in the form of new food donations from Massachusetts companies. Malden-based...

Island Food Pantry gets a little help from a friend

  As the coronavirus crisis continues to plague Massachusetts, the Island Food Pantry has stepped up to the challenge of helping Islanders affected — with...

Documenting the crisis

You may know Dan Waters by sight — for the last two years, he’s been everywhere on the Island, photographing a “time capsule” of...

Principal gets a parade

Cars lined up down the block and around the corner for the 50th birthday of Tisbury School principal John Custer Tuesday as he stood...

Marathon journey hits a roadblock

Today was supposed to be it — the day she had been training for, the day when the hard work of more than four...

Springtime for Turkeys in Vineyard Haven

While on a walk in Vineyard Haven found a rafter or flock of turkeys enjoying the spring weather and some seemed to pose for...

Home Workout

Wondering how to work out now that all the Island gyms have closed to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus? Want to...

Wild paraglider spotted in Oak Bluffs

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a kiteboarder? If you’ve seen John Gallagher around the Island, you might be wondering...

Sunshine daydreams

  What’s the best way to spend a lunch break on a 55° March afternoon? If you’re in Vineyard Haven, give Chef Amy’s food truck...

Winter on the rock got you down? Try Bad Martha’s in Falmouth

It may have taken a car ride, a trip on the steamship, and a call to Uber, but we made it to Bad Martha...

Eleanor and Franklin at the Tisbury School

  The students in Sean DeBettencourt’s sixth grade class at the Tisbury School stand in two lines, ready to receive their costumes. Giggles and squeals abound...

Women’s March: ‘Be our own heroes’

  On a frigid Sunday afternoon, more than 40 women and men gathered at Five Corners for the third anniversary of the Women’s March in...

Christmas in Edgartown

Despite a dreary forecast, this year’s Christmas in Edgartown was full steam ahead with holiday cheer. Friday saw the annual lighting of the Edgartown...

Treats and tricks

Windstorms and rain didn’t dampen the Island’s Halloween spirit, despite the postponement of some festivities. When bad weather caused cancellations in Oak Bluffs and...

MV Screenprinting’s haunted warehouse

Enter if you dare! This halloween, MV Screenprinting transforms their store into a spooky haunted warehouse as a benefit for the Tisbury Fire Department....

Falling for a festival

The Island fall festivities continued this weekend with the Agricultural Society’s Fall Festival and Farmers Market, held Saturday at the Ag Hall. Visitors could...