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Saturday's Wampanoag Environmental Health Consumer Expo at the regional high school was called "Stewards of Our Island: Local Concerns, Local Solutions.
The Capawock Theatre in Vineyard Haven hosts a special screening of "E.
Jared Paul Mayhew, 78, died on March 30 at home in Vineyard Haven.
Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Honey of Vineyard Haven passed away on Saturday, April 10 at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
A memorial to celebrate the life of Rita M.
It was another sad day for our nation when the Democratic Party passed the health bill over the objections of the people and without a proper consensus between the parties.
Approximately 60 people attended the Oak Bluffs Public Library's 2nd annual Technology Fair on Saturday, March 20.
Thanks to all who donated their time, services, words, song, and goods for the wonderful memorial and celebration event for Penelope Dickens.
I have to say thank you, thank you, and thank you to all the people who helped to make the Celebrity Waiters Pasta Dinner at the Federated Church, for the benefit of the Haiti Peace Quilts project, such a huge success.
A hazy fog hung over the Field Gallery in West Tisbury Sunday morning, making the annual search for Easter eggs all the more mysterious for an excited band of youngsters who charged toward the whimsical sculptures shortly after 9:30 am.
Last weekend, a group of spirited tennis players from across the Island came together to help raise money to purchase tennis uniforms for the boys and girls high school tennis teams.
Clearly the nation is opening a new chapter in providing health care for most all of its citizens.
As a longtime seasonal resident (12 summers) I would like to express my strong disapproval of the proposed wine-and-beer licensing in Vineyard Haven.
I am writing to thank you for your support of the Island Spelling Bee.
Since Steve Myrick wrote an article last week, playing loose and free with comments on the salary of the Oak Bluffs town clerk ("Oak Bluffs voters face overrides, $24.
After last week's work session pertaining to the pending beer and wine vote in Tisbury, it is clear to me that there needs to be more clarity on the ballot question that will be before the town of Tisbury on April 27.
During a time where everyone is being asked to tighten their budgets, I find it interesting that the Oak Bluffs Fire Chief is asking for a $30,000 raise.