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Martha’s Vineyard Museum readies for a big season

A summer full of activity is planned as the museum has added new attractions and is hosting a record number of events.

Supernova Fieldtrip visits the Lampost on Friday

Supernova Fieldtrip's debut show of the season promises fresh vibes and eccentric outfits.

The Times asks: What’s your favorite Martha’s Vineyard beach?

Reporters Ben Williams and Naomi Pallas learn about people's favorite beaches around the Island.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

What's happening at Hooked, KCT Concerts, the Woods Hole Science Aquarium, Polly Hill Arboretum, and the Tisbury Senior Center.

Martha’s Vineyard shopping at a discount with Our Island Club

The Island Club Card offers discounts ranging from 10 to 20 percent on certain products or services.

Down on the Oak Bluffs harbor

Think "chow down and bottoms up" when you consider refreshing or refueling along the bulkhead in Oak Bluffs.

Martha’s Vineyard Film Society presents “The Deep Blue Sea”

Rachel Weisz, who won an Oscar for her performance as Tessa in "The Constant Gardener," plays Hester, who is in a loveless marriage.

Coast Guard Station Menemsha adds second motor lifeboat

The 47-foot motor lifeboat will provide additional training opportunities and response capabilities in emergency situations.

Martha’s Vineyard District court report

May 18, 2012 Jessica Elsasser, Vineyard Haven; DOB 5/14/84, negligent operation of motor vehicle: guilty, probation for one year, must pay $250 HIF, $50 VW,...

Recently rare on Martha’s Vineyard, house wrens are moving back in

Changing habitat and restrictions on pesticides have helped the population of house wrens rebound on the Island.

Nutritionist offers colorful tips for cooking with the kids

Vineyard dietitian Josh Levy whipped up three dishes and offered tips for cooking with kids at a workshop at the YMCA.

BOEM redefines wind energy area south of Vineyard

Ten companies have expressed interest in developing wind farms in a newly redefined swath of ocean bottom in federal waters south of the Vineyard.

Mansion House renovations include a facelift and new rooms

The Mansion House on Main Street in Vineyard Haven is in the midst of renovations that include the addition of eight new rooms, and interior and exterior improvements.

Vineyarders share stories from life in Israel

On Sunday, Elizabeth Langer and Richard Chused spoke at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center about living in Israel.

Buster gives his paw of approval to Tisbury student readers

Edgartown K-9 officer Jeff Trudel and his partner Buster, a black Lab, visited the Tisbury School last Thursday for a visit with 12 of the school's top readers.

Rain did not dampen school solar car competition

Student solar car racers turned to battery power to test their mettle Saturday. The race also tested the student's solar knowledge and design skills.

Welcome to Edgartown sign ignites heated online comment

A custom made wood sign placed on the Triangle in Edgartown and surrounded by new plantings has generated heated online comment.

Births

Aiden T.

Martha’s Vineyard bridge club results

Gail Farrish and Patsy McCornack took first place among the north-south players at the Thursday, May 31, Island Bridge Club (IBC) duplicate competition.

Dr. James Prichard is honored for medical contributions

The West Tisbury resident received the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Silver Medal for outstanding contributions.