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MVRHS field hockey coach retires after 32 years

On a warm and sunny Sunday morning, friends and family gathered around to celebrate the field hockey Senior Day, as well as give a...

Coast Guard used nor’easter for training

While most Islanders were bringing in lawn furniture, buying candles in case of a power outage, and hunkering down in living rooms in preparation...

Man injured in kitesurfing accident

A kitesurfer was taken to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Thursday morning after being injured in an accident in the water off Edgartown. At approximately 10:45 am,...

A feral feast

The Local Wild Food Challenge returned to Martha’s Vineyard on Sunday, Oct. 21, for another creative cookoff at the FARM Institute in Katama. Despite the...

Vineyard Wind to use New Bedford for staging

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) said in a press release Monday that the Baker-Polito administration has signed a lease agreement with Vineyard Wind...

Flores seeks to unseat Cyr in Senate

John Flores, a Republican town councilor in Barnstable, seeks to unseat incumbent Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, for the Cape and Islands District state Senate...

MVRHS shifting to in-house cafeteria plan

The MVRHS school committee moved forward with a plan to replace the school’s current food-service provider with an in-house plan that utilizes the facility’s...

Creep it real

All across the Island, folks are gearing up for another weekend filled of Halloween happenings. Whether or not you’re about the tricks or treats,...

Ladyfest was a night of female-fueled fun

On an unseasonably mild October Saturday night, Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs slowly came back to life as the second annual Ladyfest ramped up. A...

Hugs all around for the new neighbors in town

On Thursday, after years of intensive planning and a combined effort between the Aquinnah Community Preservation committee (CPC), the Aquinnah housing committee (AHC), the...

Aquinnah selectmen meet with pastor on church taxing

Aquinnah selectmen revisited the church parsonage tax issue at a meeting Tuesday with assessor Marsha Shufrin and unexpected guest the Rev. Leo Christian. Shufrin said...

Vineyard Montessori School hosts open house

The Vineyard Montessori School in Tisbury will open its doors to the public on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10 am to 12 pm, according...

MVRHS building committee seeks community input

The newly formed MVRHS building committee discussed ways to actively involve the public in an approximately $1.5 million undertaking over a three-year span where...

Early voting for Islanders

Registered Island voters can again cast an early ballot prior to the upcoming state election on Nov. 6. The time span for early voting...

Untamed taste at the Local Wild Food Challenge

The Local Wild Food Challenge returns to the FARM Institute for the third year running on Sunday, Oct. 21, from 2:30 to 8:30 pm....

MVYouth grants $250,000 to Vineyard Youth Tennis

MVYouth, a community fund founded in 2014 to support Island children, teens, and young adults, has awarded Vineyard Youth Tennis (VYT) a $250,000 expansion...

Aquinnah selectmen consider remedies to church parsonage tax lien

Aquinnah selectmen met with a number of concerned town officials Tuesday regarding the tax taking of the parsonage at Gay Head Community Baptist Church,...

Big Brothers Big Sisters unveils updated focus

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands will shift their focus to recruiting more diverse volunteers and inspiring adults to step...

Vineyarders fall to Canalmen 40-13

The Vineyarders showed their strong spirit at Friday night’s homecoming game against Bourne with an outstanding defensive turnover at the start of the third...

Islanders emerge from the darkness

Before the sun emerged above the horizon Saturday morning, more than 200 members of the Island community came together to walk along State Beach...