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Good riddance: Eco-friendly pest control

Banish wire-chewing, lettuce-stealing beasts from your attic and garden without selling your soul, or wrecking the planet.

Love, lies, and laughs aplenty in fun Charter School show

Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School students shone in zany Old West melodrama.

Martha’s Vineyard herbalist broadens her reach in second book

Author and herbalist Holly Bellebuono hosts a Girl Empowered Retreat this Saturday.

Island Spring Celebrations are all over the map

This Sunday, Vineyarders will celebrate Easter and Passover in their own ways, often with traditions handed down from parents and grandparents.

When dogs go missing, Islanders are not alone in the search

When it comes to missing dogs, our small community has proved concerned, caring, and hard-working to find them.

In the face of a blizzard resourceful couple says, I do

Griffin Hughes and Morgan Douglas weren't about to let a blizzard interrupt their trip to the altar.

Community suppers prove to be a moveable feast of friendship

Feeding hungry neighbors is an ongoing effort on the Vineyard and weekly winter suppers are an important and unique part.

Kathleen Cowley’s Enchanted Chocolates – delightful addictions

New Moon Magick/Enchanted Chocolates in Oak Bluffs is home base for chocolate lovers when lusciousness is the goal.

New home, same mission for Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard

Despite the external transformation, the agency's mission remains constant as it has since its inception in 1981.

Calendars with Island character will help make 2013 a good year

Dogs, sunsets, birds, beach scenes, and the things Islanders say mark the days of the coming year.

Experts offer advice on coping with grief during the holidays

Hospice offers grief counseling services free of charge to anyone who is bereaved, not only to relatives of Hospice patients.

West Tisbury church members will sing in praise of pipe organ

The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury will throw a party Sunday for its 50-year-old pipe organ.

Lovingkindness Gift Show benefits Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard

Set up in Patricia Cliggott's West Tisbury home, the show is inspiring and intriguing, a peaceful haven in a busy shopping season.

Nepalese Buddhist teacher led a month’s retreat at Yoga Barn

As an eight-year-old, he was identified as a teacher. At 12, he left his family to live and study for a decade.

Pamper yourself, and your friends, with Vineyard goods

From locally made bath and body products to teas and hot chocolate, there is a lot to buy on the Vineyard to treat yourself with.

Longtime West Tisbury moderator describes the view from the podium

After 20 years of town meeting leadership, Pat Gregory thinks his town makes decisions "very well."

Vineyard Nursing Association welcomes visitors to its new home

The new VNA headquarters in Vineyard Haven has space for the expanding needs of its client population.

Author pens third book to raise money for Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard

In 2010, Ms. Tomlinson joined the assemblage of Collette, ee cummings, T.S. Eliot, and all the writers in history who have taken cats as their subject.

The arts help fuel Martha’s Vineyard’s economic engine

Media representatives gathered for a panel discussion about presenting and promoting local arts and culture.

Island Theatre Workshop’s Pick of the Crop on Friday and Saturday

The festival continues this Friday and Saturday at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.