Chilmark Sends High School Turf Plan to MVC for Review

Following weeks of public debate over a plan to install artificial turf fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, the Chilmark selectmen on Tuesday voted to refer the project to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review.

Undefeated Girls Head to State Championship

First year varsity tennis player Camilla Prata helped send the girls team to their second straight Division 3 state championship final with a big win at third singles on Monday afternoon at North Newton High School.

Caps in the Air, Class of 2016 Celebrates Graduation

As the strains of Pomp and Circumstance floated out of the Tabernacle Sunday, 154 graduates in the class of 2016 marched toward their futures.

Girls Tennis Stays Perfect With South Sectional Championship

The girls tennis team inched closer to their second-straight Division III south sectional championship and perfect season with a 5-0 victory over Ursuline High School.

Growth Equals Strength for MVRHS Class of 2016

On Sunday, June 12, the senior class at the regional high school will come together one last time to celebrate graduation, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs.

Turf War Grows over MV@Play Proposal for High School Fields

A plan to overhaul the athletic fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School with artificial turf is the subject of growing controversy.

High School Playing Fields Discussion Continues

A private group that wants to raise money to refurbish outdoor playing fields at the regional high school has backed away from a plan to use rubber crumb infill on the track.

Synthentic Turf Proposal for High School Stirs Debate

About 100 people attended a public forum Wednesday to discuss a proposal to create a synthetic turf field as part of the high school's athletic facilities.

Parent Group Wants to Upgrade High School Playing Fields

An ambitious upgrade for playing fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School was pitched to the high school committee this week.

High School Tightens Spending After Sick Leave Strains Budget

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School school is tightening spending for the rest of the fiscal year because of costs from staff on extended sick leave.