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Violinist Emilie Newsome, 11, fiddles to raise funds for animals

She spends her summers playing Vineyard venues, then donates the funds to the Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard

Oak Bluffs needs business commitment

To the Editor: In light of the coverage of Oak Bluffs commercial district, I believe attention needs to be paid to the the Friends of...

A gentleman and a scholar

Alvin Eisenman died on Sept.

Lots left to learn about church plan

To the Editor: On Thursday, September 19, members of the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) will vote on whether to schedule a public hearing on matters...

The absence of you

To the Editor: We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of good wishes on announcing our "retirement" from the Dragonfly Fine Arts Gallery, as of...

Before I leave

To the Editor: Before I leave for the winter, I would like to thank the Chilmarkers for all the services that make our summers so...

Thanks for the coverage

To the Editor: It is with great delight that I express my sincere gratitude to the MV Times for the coverage of the Martha's Vineyard...

68th Derby Results – Week 1 Ending 9/17/2013

Boat bluefish: Joseph Diodati, 14.

Births

Alexis and Dave Bettencourt of Edgartown announce the birth of their son, Jayden Alan Bettencourt, on September 15 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Katama oyster farmers battle bacterium and ambiguity

Cooler water is the cavalry for embattled Katama bivalves

History of Opera series

Susan Grunthal's lecture series, "The History of Opera", resumes at the Vineyard Haven and Edgartown Libraries this fall.

Lecture on landscape changes cancelled

How have all the recent winter storms affected our coastline?

Beach Clean Up Day

On Saturday, September 21, there will be a gathering to help clean up trash on Oak Bluffs beaches, from 8:30 to 10:30 am.

Flood zone changes soak state residents with higher insurance costs

Changes to flood zones have reached farther inland, and rates for insurance coverage have risen steeply. So, more property owners must pay more for insurance.

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and YMCA will sponsor meditation series

Pre-registration is required for the Wednesday classes.

Puppet play at The Yard asks, “Who’s Hungry”

The Yard raises provisions for Hunger Awareness Month

These animals are looking for fur-ever homes

Both the M.V. Animal Shelter and M.V. Helping Homeless Animals have pets ready for you.

Painters featured at Plein Air 2013 take inspiration from the great outdoors

The Christina Gallery, the North Water Gallery, and Piknik Art and Apparel hosted a reception for the artists who created paintings in Edgartown, from September 9 through 14