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Waiting for the perfect home

Dogs and cats at Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard learn new tricks, play with volunteers and hope to find a new family very soon.

Pros and cons of Facebook

New Timeline feature makes everything on Facebook more accessible, but could the openness of this site be destroying relationships?

Winter solstice poetry reading with Poet Laureate Steve Ewing

Wednesday evening, newly appointed Edgartown Poet Laureate Steve Ewing will join 13 other poets for a special evening.

Weekly Update – Last-minute gift ideas and holiday events, Dec. 16

Where to go for the best stocking stuffers and plays, film screenings and concerts happening this weekend on Martha's Vineyard.

Island restaurants show off their best seafood and clam chowder

The 27th annual Chowder Contest brought hungry crowds to Mini Park on Main St. in Edgartown for sampling of Island chowders.

Martha’s Vineyard lays holiday wreaths for fallen heroes

Each year, Wreaths Across America invites volunteers and veterans to lay holiday wreaths at headstones of fallen soldiers to remember their service.

Weekly Update – Christmas in Edgartown and more, December 9

Christmas in Edgartown begins Friday, but besides this weekend-long festival, many other events like Boy Scout Court of Honor happening this week.

Which smartphone is right for you?

Even as technological improvements are introduced constantly and nothing stays the same for long, here are some guidelines for new smartphones.

Vineyard deer population believed to be in excellent condition

Data from deer checked in at the State Forest Deer Check Station indicates MV deer population is healthy, young and growing.

Weekly Update – Get in the holiday spirit on the Vineyard, Dec. 2

This week's calendar includes The Nutcracker performances, winter sports and kale festival.

Weekly Update – Happy Thanksgiving! November 24

Looking for things to do with your family and friends after the Thanksgiving feast? You're at the right place.

After 22 years, Coast Guardsman Paul Sullivan “goes ashore”

"He'd love to stay in for another 20 years if he could," brother Kevin Sullivan said.

Word-of-mouth advertising and small businesses

I love trying new restaurants.

Weekly Update – Pre-Thanksgiving events and Island Cup, Nov. 18

The Vineyarders meet the Whalers on Saturday on their turf. Plus, school plays and benefit pasta night and breakfast for local organizations.

Thanksgiving time at Morning Glory Farm

We look forward to eating our weight in turkey and stuffing, but until then, Morning Glory staff works hard to prepare classic Thanksgiving dishes.

Edgartown Fire Dept. retired to Wingfest Hall of Fame

On Saturday, the 3rd annual Wingfest at Sharky's served more than 4,500 wings and raised about $8,500, for the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club.

Simply Soaps settles into a new store space in Oak Bluffs

Beth Serusa talks about her handmade, all-natural body products.

Weekly Update – Veterans Day weekend events, November 10

Details of Veterans Day ceremony in Oak Bluffs and other events on Martha's Vineyard this week.

Station Menemsha bids goodbye at sea to loyal companion

"In sure and certain hope of God's abiding love and presence, we dedicate our beloved mascot Bridger," Menemsha Station Chief Jason Olsen said.

The role of social media in journalism

Since anyone can access our Facebook updates and tweets, what does that mean for how reporters find stories and sources?