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From birds to canvas: Lanny McDowell’s flights of imagination

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McDowell’s paintings are now on display at the West Tisbury Library.

The Chef’s Story: Jeremy Davis of The Port Hunter

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This chef enjoys pulled pork, music, his Japanese Shun knife, and rainy days in other Island restaurants.

Choc up another one for Featherstone

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Art of Chocolate Festival is a foodie fall favorite.

The Nightlife of Poets

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Martha’s Vineyard Poet Laureate celebration unveiled a lighter side to Island wordsmiths.

Vineyard gridders sack Bourne for first win, 48-14

MVRHS Football scores big on home turf for the first win of the season.

An Islander in Israel, or how Billy Luce became Ehud Neor

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Or, how Billy Luce became Ehud Neor.

Animal control officer balances enforcement, common sense, with good humor

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When it comes to animals, Edgartown’s animal control officer Barbara Prada, has seen everything. Well, almost everything.

Regional high school begins work on fiscal year 2016 budget

Members of the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) school committee budget subcommittee had a double-header Monday night, when they met an hour before their regular meeting to begin work on the school's Fiscal...

Chilmark selectmen agree to $20K Squibnocket request

Chilmark selectmen met Tuesday night and approved a request for $20,000 from the Squibnocket committee, $15,000 of which will be used to pay for an environmental study intended to help bridge the two entrenched...

NSTAR prepares to launch Beach Road project to relocate utility poles

NSTAR began work Tuesday on a long-anticipated project to remove four utility poles on Beach Street, between Water Street and Main Street in Vineyard Haven. The poles protrude into the roadway and have been...

Derby Dilemma and Dumptique Etiquette

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Derby dilemma and the Dumptiques

Aquinnah: What happens at Farm Neck…

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This past Saturday Barbara created another successful — and delicious — craft for everyone at the library: tie dye cupcakes. I’m not sure where she got the idea for this but Barbara put cake...

The Chef’s Story: Judy Klumick of Black Sheep

The Black Sheep chef will be part of this year’s “A Rock Star Adventure with Cheese, Charcuterie, and Wine, ” seminar at the M.V. Food and Wine Festival.

Dukes County grand jury indicts two men

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A Superior Court grand jury charged a Tisbury businessman with child rape, and charged a Boylston man with dealing heroin.

Edgartown runner wins second annual Gay Head Lighthouse 10K

More than 146 runners joined the fundraiser for the lighthouse.

Living Local harvests fun

Living Local Harvest Festival celebrated the fall bounty on Saturday.

Wender Ramos returns to Martha’s Vineyard from Afghanistan

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Army helicopter pilot Wender Ramos returned from Afghanistan in the service of his adopted country to the warm embrace of his community Saturday night. Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CWO2) Ramos arrived home at 7...

MVC executive director Mark London announces retirement

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Mr. London, who has been at the helm of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, will leave next summer.

The Chef’s Story: Daniel Sauer of 7a Foods

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How a chef turned an off-season delivery service into one of the most popular lunch spots on the Vineyard.