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The Vineyard FC Masters soccer team hosted its first home game ever in the New England Over The Hill Soccer League, Sunday, as Needham, the league's leading team visited Tisbury's Veterans Memorial Park.

Endowment adds two new board members

The Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard announced that Melissa Hackney and Edward Miller have been elected to the nonprofit's board.

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The MVRHS varsity baseball team lost its game to Norwell at the Westwood Tourney a week ago Wednesday, 5-3.

Former selectman accused of bullying, unprofessional behavior

Former Oak Bluffs selectman Kerry Scott was the subject of a union grievance and a separate complaint from a police union filed earlier this year, in which town employees accused the elected official of acting in a bullying and demeaning manner.


In an obituary published in the April 22 issue of The Times, Dr.

Real Estate Transactions

April 16, Terry Ann Morse sold 43 State Rd.

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The MV girls Youth Lacrosse Under-15 team has won its first three games of the season beginning with a 12-2 thrashing of Falmouth, and continuing at Weymouth where the Islanders were led by Molly Wallace's five — count 'em — five goals.

Iceland volcano grounds Vineyard students

The Minnesingers concert tour to Prague in the Czech Republic started on a low note last Thursday when the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) choral group's Air France flight from Logan Airport was canceled because of a volcanic eruption in Iceland that spread a deadly plume of gas and damaging ash across Europe.

Beer and wine tops Tisbury’s ballot questions Tuesday

A question about beer and wine is generating the most fizz from voters among six questions on Tisbury's April 27 town election ballot.

At work

At Work is an occasional column about neighbors and what they do to earn their livings.

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April 12, 2010 Jaime M.

West Tisbury selectmen make short work

It took the West Tisbury selectmen just 15 minutes to digest some very good financial news, approve two permit requests and adjourn, in what for some on hand last week was record time.

DOT will hold hearing on Lagoon Pond Drawbridge

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) highway division will convene a public hearing to discuss the proposed replacement of the Lagoon Pond Drawbridge, at 4:30 pm, Thursday, April 29 in the Katherine Cornell Theater in Vineyard Haven.

Feds charge former SSA employee with embezzlement

Federal authorities charged Armine E.

Groundbreaking Sunday for Tisbury’s new ESF

A groundbreaking ceremony for Tisbury's new emergency services facility (ESF) will take place at 1 pm, Sunday, April 25, at the former site of the town hall annex on West Spring Street.

Soggy Alley Park gets drainage repairs

Contractors worked this week to repair a longstanding drainage problem in Alley Park (formerly known as Waban Park).

Right whales in Island waters; State cautions mariners

The state Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) urges mariners to use caution in the coastal waters around Martha's Vineyard where two pairs of mother and calf right whales are feeding.

SSA approves special rate for seriously ill

The Steamship Authority (SSA) members approved a special rate for seriously ill Island residents at their monthly meeting held Tuesday in New Bedford, according to a management report.

Fire destroys Quenames house

Fire destroyed a house on Quenames Road in Chilmark on Sunday, April 11.