Signs Matter Character is in all the little features, those details that form the individual nature of a place. On the Vineyard, it’s...
Chappaquiddick’s Long and Winding Road Is a bike path really needed on Chappy, the last rural outpost on the Vineyard? It’s hard to say...
Efforts to Help Haiti Volunteers of the Martha’s Vineyard Fish Farm for Haiti Project are hosting a potluck supper, Saturday, March 6,...
Celebrate Cub Scouts Vineyard Cub Scouts will celebrate scouting anniversary week with a celebration called the blue and gold banquet....
The plan to build a distributed antennae system (DAS) to boost cell phone coverage in the three up-Island towns appears to be moving ahead...
David
The police officers’ prayer Chaplain David Berube offers his colleagues at the Oak Bluffs police department begins with the words: “Lord,...
The United Way has given a $4,000 challenge grant to support the Red Cross Martha’s Vineyard Preparedness Initiative. Greg Orcutt of...
Cum Laude Hannah M. McGlynn, of Edgartown, was graduated, cum laude, from Boston University in January. She was awarded a bachelor of...
Dean’s List Zachary Waller, a sophomore in the college of arts and science at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., was named to the dean...

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