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Edgartown police seek drunk driving charges against New York man

Police said the Fourth of July holiday was the busiest in memory for first responders.

Fog forces tough decision on Edgartown fireworks show

Edgartown Fire Chief Peter Shemeth was on the spot and in a position envied by absolutely no one.

Memorial service for Carol Carrick scheduled for Sunday, July 14

There will be a memorial service for Carol Carrick at 2 pm, Sunday, July 14, at her home, 43 Oak Knoll Road, Island Farms, West Tisbury.

Memorial service Saturday, July 13 for Dorothy K. Bangs

There will be a memorial service for Dorothy Kenney Bangs on Saturday, July 13, at 1 pm at the First Baptist Church in Vineyard Haven.

Music: David Wax Museum put on a show at Flatbread

The David Wax Museum brought its Latin rhythms, infectious melodies, and call-and-response hollering to Flatbread Wednesday night.

Fog dimmed Edgartown fireworks display, but not the fun

A thick fog and mist rolled over Edgartown, but many in the crowd said they still had a great time.

Edgartown Fourth of July parade was cheery and festive

Martha's Vineyard celebrated the Fourth of July with a parade in Edgartown where the accent was on patriotism and community.

Oak Bluffs Campground Kids Parade has that old time spirit

The annual parade through the Oak Bluffs neighborhood best known for its gingerbread cottages is an authentic community celebration of the Fourth.

Dorchester’s Ben Bosworth is up to Chop Challenge

Memorial Day 5K winner Ben Bosworth added a five mile win on a warm, humid July 4 morning, while Rebecca Trachsel topped the women's field.

Your opinion: Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival Q&A for this week’s film

This week's topic is homeland security, a lead-in to "Dirty Wars" being screened tonight at the Chilmark Community Center.

Vineyard Streetball Classic returns 3 on 3 hoops to Niantic Park

Sporting imaginative names like the Squid Jiggers and Team Roach, 3 on 3 hoops are back for a Fourth of July tradition at Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs.

Helpful devices for the summer party-goer

Trying to figure out how to hold that drink, your plate, and a conversation all at the same time? Party season must be here...

Jello shots and other colorful way to celebrate summer

Think out of the box, or the run-of-the-mill G&T. Check out these colorful (even healthy!) libations for toasting the Fourth and beyond.

Edgartown reopens South Beach to swimming

Edgartown officials reopened South Beach to swimming early Thursday following Wednesday's invasion of Portuguese man-of-wars and beach closure.

Martha’s Vineyard celebrates the Fourth of July

This colorful illustration appeared on the front page of the July 3 print edition of The Martha's Vineyard Times.

Honey makers drop lawsuit to rejoin West Tisbury Farmers Market

The owners of the Martha's Vineyard Honey Company, expelled last month, will return to the Wednesday market with conditions.

A sad anniversary

It is the anniversary of the tragic accident involving my family last year on Barnes Road.

New paintings by Martha’s Vineyard’s Enos Ray at Chilmark Bank

The abstract expressionist is well known on for his unique oil paintings of jazz musicians, African-American culture in the South, and landscapes.

An Interview with film-seeker Kate Feiffer

The Summer Institute's Film Consultant tells all on finding the world's greatest Jewish films

Outside the galleries: shopping for art at Vineyard marketplaces

Find local art at the weekly Vineyard Artisans Festivals, Chilmark Flea Markets, and the Featherstone Flea and Fine Arts Markets.