Yearly Archives: 2014

The magic of sculpture and storytelling at Polly Hill

A downpour one Sunday evening didn’t make “The Message of the Butterflies,” currently on exhibit at Polly Hill Arboretum in West Tisbury, any less magical....

Edgartown Race Weekend draws big boats, tough competition

Jim Swartz, campaigning his IRC 52 Vesper out of the Edgartown Yacht Club, dominated racing in two days of buoy racing, then finished a close second in the ‘Round the Island Race.

Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate Market Improved in 2013

But, upswing is slow, variable across market segments, and lacks conviction.

Islanders Write: A day of discussion about the art, craft and...

A day of discussion about the art, craft and business of writing. Join us for panel discussions, book signings, workshops and other literary delights.

What Martha’s Vineyard is worth for tax purposes

Almost without exception, since its founding in 1984, The Martha's Vineyard Times has published an annual list of Vineyard real property values (VPV), and...

Island-grown dreams bear fruit for Community Services

The Possible Dreams Auction to benefit Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) has changed a lot in recent years. The date, the venue, the auctioneer,...

Births

Snow R. Corwin Calvin and Geneva Corwin of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of their daughter, Snow Ruth Corwin, on July 16 at Massachusetts General...

Births

Jackson R. Gaffey Julie and David Gaffey of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their son, Jackson Richard Gaffey, on July 15 at Martha’s Vineyard...

Oak Bluffs beaches reopen, bacteria counts down

Oak Bluffs health officials Thursday morning reopened Inkwell Beach and Pay Beach in Oak Bluffs, closed since Tuesday because of high bacteria counts. Oak Bluffs...

‘Pucker Up’ whistles a happy tune

Whistling is an art whose time has come, suggests Kate Davis and David Heilbroner in their film, “Pucker Up: The Fine Art of Whistling.” These...