The SSA advises travelers that ferries between Martha’s Vineyard and Woods Hole are still operating on a trip-by-trip basis.
To the Editor: My husband, Ronnee, just turned 80 years old. We wondered how our fire department knew about that, because two very fine firemen arrived at our door on Saturday bearing a large basket of Thanksgiving goodies, including a huge fat, frozen turkey. It was truly magic. It was the nicest surprise we could […]
To the Editor: In the spirit of being thankful for what we have and having the opportunity to give back to our community that sustains us here on the Vineyard, I wanted to share our appreciation for the YMCA of MV, as they are in the midst of their annual campaign. There are some great […]
To the Editor: You would think that on the privileged island of Martha’s Vineyard there could not be poverty and hunger. But Betty Burton’s Thanksgiving appeal [Family to Family, November 21] in the MV Times took me way back to my childhood, when food was all we thought about most of the time. It also […]
To the Editor: On behalf of the Island Housing Trust, I would like to offer the following recommendations to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission members regarding Stop & Shop Supermarket Company’s proposal in downtown Vineyard Haven. As a neighbor, the Island Housing Trust has the following concerns. The Island Housing Trust owns the property directly abutting […]
Jaime Weisman, in concert with Island Housing Trust (IHT), an abutter to the Stop & Shop property, is helping IHT to plan a residential housing development on its property.
In a battle of juniors vs. seniors and deBettencourt vs. deBettencourt, the junior girls saved their best for first and last.
The high school icemen win a thriller to take the Gibson adult league fall hockey title.
Rosters, records, history, and most everything else you need to know about today’s Martha’s Vineyard-Nantucket rivalry.
The fifth annual Thanksgiving Chilmark Community Potluck Jam be on Saturday, Nov. 30.