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Vineyard boys blank D-Y, lose to Nauset in opening matches

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys varsity soccer team evened its record at 1-1, following a 5-0 shutout over Dennis-Yarmouth, Friday afternoon at Dan McCarthy Field in Oak Bluffs.

MV International Film Festival interview series: Shawn Wines

Many filmmakers have interesting stories to tell about their work. Directors visiting the Island this weekend discuss stories behind their films.

MV International Film Festival interview series: Aaron Schock

Many filmmakers have interesting stories to tell about their work. Directors visiting the Island this weekend discuss stories behind their films.

Herbert Isaacs

A ceremony to bury the cremains of Herbert Isaacs will he held at 12 noon on Wednesday, September 21, at Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven.

Gardner Winston Baldwin

Gardner Winston Baldwin of Vineyard Haven died Wednesday, September 7, 2011, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Weekly udpate – news and events, September 8

Happy back to school day! This weekend on Martha's Vineyard - International Film Festival, talk by Photographer Michael Kahn, 9/11 memorial and more.

Seniors sound off, Oak Bluffs selectmen defer some budget cuts

Selectmen take no action on a plan to cut staff at the Council on Aging to help close a current year budget gap.

Foraging on Martha’s Vineyard – Do it gently

With so many of us gathering wild foods it's important that we forage with sensitivity "” mindful of how much we take and what our impact is.

Summing up the gallery season on Martha’s Vineyard

Island art gallery owners offer their summation of the success of this season.


Be prepared to travel around the Island this Saturday, knowing that everywhere you stop will be well worth the ride.

The Times asks: What was the highlight of your summer?

Answers from party goers at the M.V. Wind Festival, Farm Neck, and a dinner party.

Menagerie of Martha’s Vineyard reopens

Karen Russillo, a self taught seamstress and vintage designer, has reopened her boutique in a new Vineyard Haven location.

Noteworthy events

Mezzo soprano opera singer Lia Kahler-Littlefield and pianist Richard Gordon will present a benefit concert on Sunday afternoon, Sept.

Reel Picks

In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.

A Vineyard Haven landmark is brought back to life

A dedicated group of Tisbury residents has successfully restored a classic building that was near collapse a few years ago.

Martha’s Vineyard kite flyers sing, “Let the Four Winds Blow”

Postponed from the day before Hurricane Irene blew through, the Martha's Vineyard Wind Festival drew kite flyers to Oak Bluffs parks on Saturday.


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Karen Christina Pardo and Kofi Ali Cash are pleased to announce that they will marry on October 6, 2011, at the Habor View Hotel in Edgartown.

Out on a Limb at Farm Neck

This male osprey has his eyes on me.