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Margaret Penicaud “” a force for Haiti

When Margaret Penicaud met a Haitian nun named Sister Monique 13 years ago, she got an immediate sense that Haiti would be part of her future.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martha’s Vineyard needs you

A perfect late June evening provided just the right backdrop for Blooming Bids for Kids, the second annual garden party for the benefit of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martha's Vineyard.

Net Result turns 25 “” congratulations!

For Louie Larsen, running a fish market is a bit like rolling out of a bunk and scrambling up a mast before the coffee cuts in on an offshore swordfishing trip.

This side of the Fringe

When Kate Murray and Ellie Parece put their heads together, who knows what zany ideas may emerge, although it's safe to say that creativity and fun will be ingredients.

Y not dream?

Just 13 months after the first shovel was poked into the earth at the site along the Vineyard Haven-Edgartown Road, the new 35,000-square-foot YMCA of Martha's Vineyard opened for business, and pleasure, on Saturday, June 19.

Benefit auction a success for Windemere

A willing crowd gathered at the Ag Hall in West Tisbury on Friday, June 11, to honor and support the Recreation Department at the Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Edo Potter – Chappy personified

Edo Potter first visited Chappaquiddick in the winter of 1932, when she was five years old.

Run for the Rainbow

Main Street in Edgartown was flipped on its head Saturday morning during the 11th annual Rainbow Run, a fundraiser for Rainbow Place, a preschool on Anthier's Way.

Support for cancer support

Dozens of walkers headed out from Little Bridge on Beach Road in Oak Bluffs on Saturday morning on a walk that would take them to the Edgartown Lighthouse and back.

Play ball!

Jamie McNeely's eyes light up and there's a lift in his voice when he talks baseball.

Derby at Duarte’s “” 38 and going strong

The mirror-like surface of Duarte's Pond off Lambert's Cove Road may have been less than ideal for fishing on Saturday morning, but otherwise the weather couldn't have been better.

So long, Tom, so sad to see you go

The Chilmark Community Center was jammed Saturday night as Islanders of all stripes said farewell to Tom Osmers.

They’re back!

Captions only.

On a mission for Dad

On Monday, Patriot's Day, Blake Edmunds of Edgartown will join some 29,000 other runners in the 26.

Step up, eat up

The Agricultural Society's potluck supper/social drew a good crowd to the Ag Hall on Saturday.