• West Tisbury people enjoy the sunny day and their picnics on the Ag Hall grounds.
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  • Kids tried their hands, er, mouths, with the egg race.
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  • West Tisbury Fire Department took families on tours and rides.
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  • Frisbees were handed out and tossed at the picnic.
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  • Horse-drawn carriages toured fairgrounds.
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  • Hazel and Rob Myers have a carriage view of the scene.
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  • Karen Ogden handed out vegetable car racing materials.
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  • Liam Merry constructs a carrot car.
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  • and .... they're off!
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  • Michael Craughwell shows off his bubble-making skills.
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  • Maggie's Kitchen kept toes tapping.
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  • Old-fashioned potato sack race kept kids hopping.
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  • Juliet Morse and Nicole Menton; winners of the first round of the sack race.
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  • A precarious leap.
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Less than a mile apart, the summer shows that opened at the galleries owned by Allen Whiting and Kara Taylor on Sunday night offer a fresh collection from two well-known Vineyard artists.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has approved what may become the Island’s first facility for growing, testing and packaging medical marijuana.
Mill Brook has been the topic of intense study and debate in recent years, much of it focused on Mill Pond. The freshwater river system provides some of the only cool-water fish habitat on the...
Caroline and Daniel Mayhew of West Tisbury announce the birth of a daughter, Luna James Mayhew, born June 17 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Anna Hughes of West Tisbury graduated from Boston University with a degree in biomedical engineering.
Elie Jordi of West Tisbury, Katherine Reid of Vineyard Haven, and Maisie Jarrell of West Tisbury were named to the spring 2017 dean’s list at the University of Vermont.
Ronnee Lyle Schultz died on June 9, packing up his infectious smile, tall tales, years of service, devotion to his wife, Heidi, and love of the outdoors. He was 83.
Joan Sheila Green-Kramer-Hopkins died on June 1 in Falmouth. She was 85.