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Martha’s Vineyard Fencing Club is back in session

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The Martha’s Vineyard Fencing Club returns to the Island at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School gym this Monday at 7 pm. During this...

Give civics its due

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Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School now requires seniors to take a civics course. The course, which will be taught in a lecture hall format in...

Ladyfest returns to Circuit Avenue

Ladyfest, the annual female-fueled arts and music festival that raises awareness and funds for M.V. Community Services’ Connect to End Violence, will return once...

‘Finding a Lost Vineyard House’ explores relationship between the Wampanoag tribe and English colonists

Archaeologists and Islanders Richard (Dick) Burt and Dr. James (Jim) B. Richardson III tell the history of more than 10,500 years on Martha’s Vineyard...

Spice it up

Spread aromatic joy with your cooking this fall with the monthly Spice Club through the Vineyard Haven library. For September, the spotlight is on...

Clear the clutter

Discover the secrets of how to declutter with a virtual workshop from Jamie Novak, author of "Keep This Toss That." With a humorous twist,...

Farm fresh

Begin the autumn season with a trip to the Island’s oldest and largest farmers market for local produce, homemade bread, savory condiments, fresh honey,...

Keynote talk for Climate Prep Week

The Oak Bluffs library is offering free registration to a book discussion that is part of Climate Preparedness Week, which is organized by Communities...

A call for social change

The Chilmark library hosts author Jill Iscol who will speak about her book, “Hearts on Fire: Stories of Today’s Visionaries Igniting Idealism into Action,”...

An evening of music with Dave Pettigrew

Christian singer and songwriter Dave Pettigrew will perform a concert at the First Baptist Church of Vineyard Haven on Friday, Sept. 24, at 7...

Poet’s Corner

DEEP ENOUGH Big Sky Montana By Fan Ogilvie It doesn’t take more than a couple of feet of clear flowing water to row a boat down the Madison River...

Births

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Sebastian Blake Sequeira Julia Sequeira and Weston Sequeira of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Sebastian Blake Sequeira, on Sept. 15, 2021, at Martha's...

Real Estate Transactions: Sept. 13 – 17, 2021

Aquinnah Sept. 15, Red Gate Farm LLC sold 0 Moshup Trail to Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission for $10,000,000. Chilmark Sept. 15, James Gollin sold 12 Peaked...

Court Report: Sept. 7 – 24, 2021

Sept. 7 Matthew McCurdy, Vineyard Haven; 10/06/0985, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, marked lanes violation,...

Civics needs to start with civility

To the Editor: While the merits of a civics course are debated, I think it may be best if the course had a prerequisite class...

Don’t deny medical care

To the Editor: How has humanity come to such a low point? It is hard for me to believe that I am reading letters in...

Event puts focus on suicide prevention

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Darkness Into Vineyard Light, the annual event that puts the focus on suicide prevention and awareness, will be held Saturday, Sept. 25, from 5...

An ace at Mink Meadows

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William McLaurin scored a hole in one, witnessed by Harry Seymour, on Monday at Mink Meadows Golf Club. McLaurin, a longtime member of Mink...

Tisbury DPW announces temporary travel restrictions

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The Tisbury department of public works announced it will be paving the lower section of Church Street on Sept. 23 and 24. DPW is...

Joseph Lenin Liriano

Joseph Lenin Liriano, 2-year-old infant son of Lenin Jose Liriano and Andrea Perez Medina of Edgartown, died on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, at Boston...
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