Seventh Grade Hoopsters Take Second at State Championships
The seventh grade boys basketball team capped a 20-2 season with a second place finish at the state tournament.
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Everett's Rules: Work Hard, Be Fair, Know Your History
Flags flew at half-staff this week as Menemsha businesses honored Everett Poole who died on Monday.
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Everett Poole, Chilmark Town Moderator for 45 Years, Dies at 91
Everett Poole, a man of few but essential words who personified a way of life on the Menemsha waterfront, died Monday, Feb. 21 at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He was 91.
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Nature’s Champion Gives Island Wildlife a Seat at the Table
Luanne Johnson’s to-do list runs to the wild side: study otter scat, track owls by moonlight. Last week the founder, director and biologist for BiodiversityWorks was in Aquinnah.
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Straight, No Chaser, With Humor and Heart
For a big man, Steve Myrick did not loom. Instead, he listened.
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You Don't Have a Prayer, and Yet You Play Anyway
Longtime Edgartown Golf Club manager Mark Hess has written a new book as an homage to his place of employment, You Don't Have a Prayer .
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Community of Volunteers Helps Keep Hunger at Bay
On the first and third Saturdays of each month, Good Shepherd Parish becomes a community staging ground as volunteers fill boxes of food for Islanders in need.
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Legal Lens Was Front Row Seat to a Changing Vineyard
On Dec. 31, Jim Reynolds will retire after a legal career of 45 years, all of it taking place on the Vineyard, a place he had never even visited until he came for an interview.
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Retirement Redux for Coach Don Herman
On Sunday evening, at the season-end football banquet, Don Herman announced his retirement after 32 years coaching football at the regional high school. It was the second time for the longtime coach to retire.
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Holiday Markets Showcase Local Talent
As the holiday season rolls in, and the emails are inundated with online shoppers pitching woo, there is always the local scene to consider.
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