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YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard lifeguard course starts Monday

The YMCA of Martha's Vineyard's lifeguard certification course will be held April 16-20 from 9 am to 5 pm each day.

West Tisbury says cheers to beer and wine, no Roundabout

It was not even close. West Tisbury voters agreed to allow the sale of beer and wine in restaurants by a vote of 502 to 203.

Edgartown says yes to library and pond study, no to roundabout

On the hot multi-town issue of the proposed Roundabout, a total of 171 voters said yes and 508 no.

Martha’s Vineyard Little League Field Day, Saturday

Martha's Vineyard Little League will hold its annual Field Day, this Saturday, April 14.

Burton, Coogan reelected in Oak Bluffs

"I'm very glad the voters have confidence in the work that Greg and I have been doing," Ms. Burton said after the results were announced.

In Tisbury annual meeting sequel, connector road fails once more

Tisbury voters said no on $3 million connector road Tuesday evening, and they said no again Wednesday. Search for state funds for project continues.

Annie Bradshaw is back at Martha’s Vineyard Tile

"Lots of exciting changes and improvements happening at MV Tile," Geri Smith said in an email to The Times.

Bespoke Abode moves across Main Street

Bespoke Abode, a home furnishings and accessories boutique in Vineyard Haven that offers custom furniture, rugs, lighting, and a wide variety of home accessories, will move across the street to 56 Main Street.

Bettlebung Coffee House moves to Menemsha

Bettlebung Coffee House owners Renee and John Molinari recently moved their coffee business from Beach Street in Vineyard Haven to their retail store space at 24 Basin Road in Menemsha.

Integrated Health Care adds two new acupuncturists

Integrated Health Care in Vineyard Haven has announced the addition of two acupuncturists, Patricia Vaidulas and Kenneth Lockwood.

Nectar’s to turn down the music?

Edgartown selectmen have scheduled a hearing for April 23 for a request to transfer the alcohol license now held by Nectar's to the Flatbread Company.

Tisbury man arrested after pickup at Vineyard Haven Post Office

Members of the Martha's Vineyard Drug Task Force arrested Nick Sullo of Tisbury at the Vineyard Haven Post Office on April 5, shortly after he picked up two Express Mail packages.

West Tisbury mails real estate revaluations

Last week, for the first time the West Tisbury Board of Assessors sent a letter to all landowners that included a print-out of their real estate assessment "record card.

Edgartown selectmen revamp dredge committee

Board votes new make-up in the wake of an unpermitted dredge job that led to scrutiny by regulators, and the resignation of the dredge committee chairman.

Pay Tisbury Water Works bills to avoid service shut-off

Tisbury Water Works (TWW) customers with delinquent accounts must pay them in full by Monday, April 23, to prevent water service shut-offs.

Martha’s VIneyard District court report

March 29, 2012 Eugene D. Brice Jr., Oak Bluffs; DOB 7/15/64, OUI-liquor or .08%: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; negligent operation of motor...

Martha’s Vineyard prepares for Earth Day on April 21

The 20th Annual Vineyard Conservation Society (VCS) Earth Day Beach Clean-up is scheduled for 10 am to noon, Saturday, April 21.

Massachusetts Senate passes renewable energy bill

The Senate voted unanimously April 5 to pass legislation aimed at bolstering the state's renewable energy supply and getting a better handle on electricity prices.

Vineyard Golf Club will provide an environmental model for Rio

The Olympic project will showcase sustainable golf course management concepts developed at The Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown.