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RHS assistant principal finalists interviews next week

Two candidates for the position of assistant principal at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) will face final interviews next week.

West Tisbury approves police use of bean bag shotguns

The West Tisbury Police Department has a new tool in its public safety arsenal.

Striped bass answer the perennial Vineyard question

Been fishin' yet? It is a common question on the Vineyard in early May, if people suspect you are a member of the Island's large fishing fraternity.

Martha’s Vineyard Yoga Collective

Iyengar, Ashtanga, Kundalini, Kripalu, Yin, Anusara, and BROga.

Edgartown plans a novel home buydown program

Edgartown will take a new direction to create affordable housing, with an innovative home "buydown" program.

Oak Bluffs parking limits will be enforced

Oak Bluffs Police will begin enforcing parking time limits on Circuit Avenue and roads in the surrounding area on Monday.

Profile: Vineyard Fitness Center

Cardio, aerobics, weight training, body conditioning: Vineyard Fitness Center (VFC) has it all.

High School View wins awards

The New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) awarded its Highest Achievement Award in Scholastic Editing and Publishing to student journalists from the Vineyard.

Playing tennis for keeps

Only tennis players know the joy of striking a screaming cross-court winner or the satisfaction of a service ace smacked up the "T.

Specials at Island gyms

Semi-private personal training plus one-month membership: $299 each for two people includes eight-session semi-private training for one month.

Businesses tread a minefield of employment laws

Massachusetts is a dangerous state in which to be an employer, and it's getting more dangerous all the time, Samantha Halem told about a dozen employers from both non-profit and for-profit businesses, gathered at the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown.


"Times are financially tough for all of us, but that doesn't give anyone license to steal from others, least of all the good, hardworking, and gentle owners of Heather Gardens.

Watersports on Martha’s Vineyard

For the fit and ambitious, Ms.

MVRHS students to compete in Special Olympics

Students Celeste Ewing, age 19, Elke Klein, 15, and Austin Simonin, 15, will represent Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) in a Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) Cape and Islands competition in Mashpee on May 28.

Police investigate Sunday robbery at Heather Gardens

West Tisbury police are investigating the theft of cash from Heather Gardens Nursery on State Road in West Tisbury, sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

Martha’s Vineyard Road Race spring/summer schedule

Oak Bluffs Memorial Day 5K Road Race and Fun Run: Sunday, May 30, 11 am.

County budget: big shifts, little savings

The draft fiscal 2011 Dukes County budget now under consideration by county commissioners reflects a further shift of costs to the six Island towns and a change in the way the county processes parking tickets.

Bourne Bridge work will take place Tuesday night

Lighting repairs will be done on the Bourne Bridge on Tuesday, May 25, from 8:30 am to 3 pm, according to officials from the U.