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The Times is remodeling; work will be done Sunday

An architectural model depicts planned renovations to The Times office. Merry Christmas.

Martha’s Vineyard real estate: Looking back – part 2 of 3

Island agencies tell us what they think about the real estate market in 2011.

SSA’s Katama in collision with lobster boat

Collision between motor vessel and Katama a lobster boat operated by Glenn Pachico of Vineyard Haven yielded no injuries, very minor damage.

West Tisbury

It's finally been cold enough to wear a winter coat.


Congratulations to Richard Paradise and the MV Film Society.

Oak Bluffs

Not much news this week and probably just as well as for the last 10 days I have been laid low by a nasty virus.


The kids are out of school for vacation beginning tomorrow, and with any luck, we'll soon be hearing news of Santa's sleigh circling the Martha's Vineyard Airport amid the single props.


Oh, we're almost there.


Describe your Christmas tree to me.

Holiday event at the P-A Club draws a crowd of partiers

The Christmas Party at the P-A Club on Saturday drew a crowd ready to revel.

Gingerbread emergency!

The annual gingerbread house contest at Waterside Market in Vineyard Haven attracted an unusual entry this year from The Tisbury Ambulance Service.

Bell Choir serenades Main Street in Vineyard Haven

From the entry of the Capawock Theater, the Bell Choir from the First Congregational Church in West Tisbury offered musical decoration to Main Street in Vineyard Haven on Saturday.

Santa Claus is the real deal for Martha’s Vineyard youngsters

Magic or myth, or maybe both, Santa Claus means many things to many people. But everyone loves him at some time in their life.

Vineyard Haven designer still at it at 93

Active and creative, Cecile Mooney fashions clever seasonal gifts.

Pros and cons of Facebook

New Timeline feature makes everything on Facebook more accessible, but could the openness of this site be destroying relationships?

Some winters, snowy owls appear on Martha’s Vineyard

If they run out of food farther north, snowy owls may be forced to spend the winter here.

A new outlook

The literature of cancer survival is replete with stories of the choices both survivor and caregivers must make about their view of life going forward.

Hard times lead Islander to new life view

Unlike the Dickens tale, Mr. Look's metamorphosis did not occur overnight after a bad dream but through a series of actual nightmares over years.

Preschoolers on Martha’s Vineyard make headway

Preschoolers at Project Headway shared the Holiday Villages they made at the organization's Family Celebration on December 21.