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‘Gridiron’ wins it for Island spelling bee

Josephine Gautier, a sixth grader from the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School, won the 31st annual Martha’s Vineyard Schools Spelling Bee on March 15. Josephine,...

Commission installs first shared-use path counter

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission recently released its first round of data from a new tracker used to count pedestrian and cyclist activity along the...

Boys basketball captain breaks school scoring record

Senior captain Josh Lake with the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School basketball team broke the all-time school record for points scored in a single...

Red Arrow Road project breaks ground

Updated, Jan. 24 Developers broke ground this week on the Red Arrow Community Housing project, which will become five new structures on 3.17 acres in...

Celebrating 100 years of auxiliary service

  The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, put in place by Congress in 1939, has been a beacon of safety for those on the water for...

Celebrating the life of MLK

  More than 200 local members, new and old, of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People gathered at the Portuguese-American Club in...

Vineyard women’s club reflects on 125 years

Updated, Jan. 4 In 1642, the first settlers arrived on Martha’s Vineyard. Two centuries and a few decades later, the Woman’s Club of Martha’s Vineyard...

Upcycling as art

Chicken Alley Thrift Shop in Vineyard Haven is a popular place to donate used goods: clothes, toys, kitchenware, and more. But not all goods...

Celebrating Robert Hayden

Dozens gathered at the Oak Bluffs library last week to unveil the latest addition to the African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard (AAHT),...

ArtCliff welcomes back diner faithful

The ArtCliff Diner is sporting a new look and a shiny sign that reads, “Opening for the Season.”  Though they were set to open at...