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Samantha Bunker, Jessica Campbell, Mariah Campbell, Bradley Carroll, Bo Hurwitz, Thorpe Karabees, Galen Mayhew, and Lexi Willett — eighth-graders at the West Tisbury School — left for Warrington, England, on Sunday, as part of the school's annual U.

Showtime at The Yard

With a full season of performances ahead, The Yard is easing in to full throttle.

Inspiration Weekend a success

The five-day Inspiration Weekend opened up with the explosive vocals of Mandisa and ended with the last of a series of powerful messages by Charles Stanley, Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta.

Bloomsday celebration this Wednesday

Arts and Society presents the 32nd annual Bloomsday Celebration of music and drama based on the text of James Joyce, influential Irish writer and poet who lived from 1882 to 1941.

High school grad performs play on Island

On Thursday, June 3, Martha's Vineyard Regional High School graduate Allison Carr, formerly of West Tisbury, performed her original play "H.


Meghan Rae Gosselin of Vineyard Haven and Brian James Keegan of Plymouth announce their engagement.

Island grown: Where to get local food

Organizers of the Island Grown Initiative (IGI) are passionate about educating Vineyarders about the desirability and availability of locally grown food.

Ask the landscapers

"Work with the safest, environmentally friendly products on the market.


Meghan Rae Gosselin of Vineyard Haven and Brian James Keegan of Plymouth announce their engagement.

Sandra M. Lucas

Captain Sandra Marie Lucas, retired, age 61, died peacefully in the arms of her husband on the evening of March 29, 2010, at her home in Edgartown.

Thomas P. Vogl

Tom Vogl, 80, died peacefully, surrounded by family and friends, at his home in West Tisbury on Monday, May 31.

The big eight zero for Gios

Good feelings bubbled over at Giordano's Tuesday night when friends and family gathered to ring in the 81st year of the friendly and now venerable restaurant at the foot of Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs.

Noteworthy events

The Chilmark library shows the documentary "The Fish Belong to the People," Wednesday, June 9 at 5:30 p.

Martha’s Vineyard School of Ballet performance

The Martha's Vineyard School of Ballet performs their spring show, "I Do Believe in Fairies, Journey to Never Never Land" tomorrow, June 4, at 6:30 pm.

Pitching in at Woodside

In conjunction with Health Week at Island Elderly Housing, Olsen Houghton's MVRHS leadership class joined residents at Woodside Village last Thursday to prepare the Woodside Community Garden for planting.

Blessing the boats

On Sunday, the Chilmark Community Church celebrated its annual blessing of the fleet service with the fleet, or parts of it, as almost-active participants.

Try public transport

The unfortunate 81-year-old woman who triggered the three-car crash at State and Old County roads should consider relinquishing her driver's license.