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In a caption for a photo in the October 14 story "Tisbury School celebrates autumn," the successful beanbag tosser was incorrectly identified.

Cultural Festival aces it

Well over 200 people attended ACE MV's first annual Cultural Festival at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School on Friday evening.

‘The value of their treasure’

On the Vineyard Haven waterfront there's a weathered building that seems like it's been there forever.

Pumpkin Festival at Morning Glory Farm

Maybe it was because a crisp fall day dawned instead of the predicted rain.


Lucy O.

Farewell to Oak Bluffs principal Laury Binney

As the entire Oak Bluffs school population filed into the gym on Friday morning, they were greeted personally and warmly by former principal Laury Binney.

Tisbury School celebrates autumn

On Sunday afternoon, the grounds of the Tisbury School attracted more than 200 students, parents, and neighbors to the 7th annual Harvest Festival, hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization.

Submersible Alvin on exhibit at Woods Hole

Rushing to make a ferry or to grab a bite before boarding the last boat home, Islanders often buzz through Woods Hole without having a look around.


Lucy M.

Beach cleanup in Oak Bluffs

More than a dozen dedicated Oak Bluffs residents spent a couple of hours before noon on Saturday, September 25, cleaning up the beach between the Inkwell and the steamship pier.


Helena da S.

Dorothea M. King

Dot King of Santa Ana, California, died September 15 at the age of 80 after a brief illness.

Vietnamese, U.S. families reunite on Martha’s Vineyard

Thirty-one years ago, Steve and Joyce Maxner of West Tisbury went out on a limb to offer a haven for a family half a world away that they'd never met.

Jessie Little Doe Baird, Wampanoag linguist, wins MacArthur “genius grant”

Jessie Little Doe Baird of Aquinnah and Mashpee has been named a MacArthur Fellow by the John D.

Robert Carl Palmer Jr.

Loving husband, father of four, and grandfather of eight, Robert Carl Palmer Jr.

Supporting Garden Gate preschool

Lambert's Cove Road, across from the graveyard, was the place to be Sunday afternoon for preschool students, their parents, and anybody who was looking for a hearty feed, good tunes, and a laid back country get-together.

Mario DeBari Jr.

Mario DeBari Jr.

Samuel D. Leighton

The family of Sam Leighton invites the public to a celebration of his life on Saturday, Oct.

Brothers and sisters, big and little, go for a sail

Nearly 40 "littles" and "bigs" clambered aboard the Black Dog tall ship Alabama for a sunset sail on Tuesday, Sept.