Yearly Archives: 2014

Not a New Englander, Mr. Gregory was unfamiliar with the tradition of town meeting government. He found it fascinating. Inspired by town meetings, Mr. Gregory and fellow teacher Susan Goldstein instituted weekly meetings with their students. The youngsters sat in a circle with a student moderator and discussed and decided matters of classroom life.

Saturday, the  Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School sailing team heads over to Osterville to compete with seven other schools for the prestigious Mark Trophy...

The Steamship Authority has diverted the arrival of the 1:30 pm trip of the freight boat Katama from Woods Hole from Oak Bluffs to...

The new complex will feature 10 lanes and a bar.

A non-fiction writer and a novelist discussed their crafts at State Road Restaurant.

Update: The date of the museum opening day has been changed from Saturday, May 17 to Sunday, May 18. The Edgartown Fire Museum welcomes back...

A maid of honor's chiffon dress caught fire. Our shucker rolled around on the floor with her trying to put her out with 50 wedding guests shaking and spewing champagne on the frothing twosome as they rolled about. That was memorable.

Ms. Vanderhoop defeated incumbent Beverly Wright 93 to 69.

It’s seafood and beer on the harbor for an Oak Bluffs institution.

The Martha’s Vineyard Times is changing its policies and systems regarding online comments. Beginning today we’re moving from a system allowing completely anonymous postings...