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Bourne Bridge delays up ahead

Deck repairs and paving on the Bourne Bridge spanning the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne are scheduled to start on Sept.

Welcome back to Tisbury school

The PTO of the Tisbury School welcomed students and their families back to school with a combination cookout and ice cream social Friday evening.

Hot Words at The Yard

With autumn in the air, Hot Words will kindle a cozy coffeehouse warmth this Sunday at The Yard.

Donald W. Davis

Donald W.

Musical fiesta on Martha’s Vineyard

From a quiet, bucolic setting at Featherstone to the rollicking late-night madness of Circuit Avenue, Best Fest provided local music fans with a smorgasbord of sound on Saturday, September 11.

High speed motorcycle accident badly injures Tisbury man

A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries following a Monday night crash that left Barnes Road (also known as Airport Road) closed for several hours.

Patti Linn “” Martha’s Vineyard beautician

Oh, that Patti Linn.

The Wintertide journey

It was great to see Wintertide's name in a headline again in last week's Times, but really, people, if you aspire to be the Island's newspaper of record, you've got to get your facts right.

Bicyclist hits mother carrying baby on Main Street in Tisbury

Jeffrey Moore was pedaling a bicycle down Main Street, Vineyard Haven last Thursday morning against traffic, wearing headphones and drinking a large cup of coffee when he struck Tabitha Calheta of Edgartown as she crossed the street with her infant son.


This year, 46 New York City children found out once again just how special summer is in Cape Cod.

To the Vineyard watermelon

a corn-buying trip to Morning Glory.

Deborah J. Sankey

Debbie Sankey, a resident of Hull and Chappaquiddick died peacefully at her home, surrounded by her children, on Tuesday, September 7.

West Tisbury

The Island seems to be draped in autumn clematis.

SSA, so far, so good

The hurricane-hurried conclusion to summer on Martha's Vineyard ends a pretty good eight month run for the Steamship Authority, better on the Vineyard routes than for Nantucket.

Good greening sense

Marc Rosenbaum has it so right in his case for efficient construction in

A prescription for risk management

The stories regarding hurricane Earl in last week's edition were illuminating.

Steve Rose, old hand at Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard

If you don't know him, you certainly know someone who does.

Reel Picks

Weary but effective American assassin (George Clooney) retreats to a small Italian village and finds romance and friendship — a risk for someone in his line of work.

Wintertide Coffeehouse reunion at Nectar’s

Wintertide Coffeehouse, legendary as a hotbed of musical creativity during its 20th century Island heyday, came alive again Sunday night at Nectar's/Flatbread.