You won’t have forgotten his few words, and his curse, standing alone in the infield at Fenway Park, right after the Marathon bombing, telling the evil-minded among us that Boston and its people were “Boston Strong.
To the Editor: Respectfully, I would like to be certain that important acknowledgements not included in the Conch Conundrum article [December 5] are added. Without the generous support of the Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard, the Cape Cod Fishermen’s Alliance, and the Vineyard Vision Fellowship, none of my research on whelks would be possible. I […]
To the Editor: Holiday spirit got off to a special start when the Island community gathered for the annual Oak Bluffs Tree Lighting this past week. The weather was perfect. There were lights, garlands and bows galore, thanks to Mark and Bernie Crossland, Friends of Oak Bluffs, and the Oak Bluffs Highway Department. The centerpiece, […]
Thank you all who have supported us and surrounded us with love. This past month has been very difficult, but you all have made it bearable with your caring. All your thoughtful cards were very much appreciated. We live in a wonderful community willing to help when needed — from shingling a roof to making […]
To the Editor: The initiation on October 1 of the sign-up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act was a disaster reminiscent of the maiden voyage of the Titanic. Only those of us old enough to remember the Edsel can recall a product rolled out with such fanfare to such devastating reviews. The Republicans are […]
To the Editor: Last week we learned that the VNA [New federal rules harm VNA and many of its patients, November 27] — a critical health care resource for the Vineyard — is struggling with financial difficulties. We count on VNA nurses and other staff to give us flu shots, take our blood pressure, provide […]
I rely on The Times for the majority of my local news and appreciate the range of subjects covered and viewpoints offered.
I enjoyed reading the Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) annual report in the MV Times on December 5, concerning the Island’s veterans rap group and its history.
Plans include a renovation and construction of a bar at the Edgartown location.
Paolo Sorrentino’s 2014 Oscar nominee plays at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center.