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High school’s Evening of the Arts

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School held its annual Evening of the Arts on Wednesday, May 19.

MVRHS Junior Prom

Students clad in elegant gowns and tuxedos poured from stretch limos, vans, and buses into the Mediterranean on Saturday, May 22, for the M.

Speaking to a wider audience

The following was sent May 26 to our 1,327 Let Vineyarders Decide (LVD) members on Facebook, Twitter and the LVD site.

An 11-year lifesaving record

The SafeRides Program of Martha's Vineyard has been running strong for 11 years now.

Prom king and queen

Students clad in elegant gowns and tuxedos poured from stretch limos, vans, and buses into the Mediterranean on Saturday, May 22, for the M.

Announcements

High Honors: Andora Aquino, Matthew Fisher, Olivia Gross, Sarah Hall, Anna Hayes, Gail Herman, Shaelah Huntington, Madison Ibsen, Tessa Permar, Meghan Pettit, Hayley Pierce.

Edward K. Lattanzi

Edward Karol Lattanzi, 47, of Edgartown and formerly of Sarasota, Fla.

Specials at Island gyms

Semi-private personal training plus one-month membership: $299 each for two people includes eight-session semi-private training for one month.

Martha’s Vineyard Road Race spring/summer schedule

Oak Bluffs Memorial Day 5K Road Race and Fun Run: Sunday, May 30, 11 am.

Announcements

High Honors: Andora Aquino, Matthew Fisher, Olivia Gross, Sarah Hall, Anna Hayes, Gail Herman, Shaelah Huntington, Madison Ibsen, Tessa Permar, Meghan Pettit, Hayley Pierce.

Martha’s Vineyard California Wine Affair a success

It was one of the finest spring nights we've had so far this year.

Bike paths need tending

I have always felt the bike paths on M.

Conserve, don’t generate

I have read what seems to be an endless stream of letters about how to generate more electricity for the Island (and the country in general) while protecting the environment and the Island lifestyle.

A revolution of love

I graduated from MVRHS in 1984.

Just a few

Our Island is now faced with a proliferation of wind power projects, on and offshore, which it should be.

Rethink our energy path

America, with only five percent of the world's population, consumes 25 percent of the world's oil, coal, natural gas, and uranium.