Yearly Archives: 2014

Editorial: A blessed nation

This Fourth of July, in spite of deep and unsettling differences, most of us should put aside political differences and complaints to celebrate the...

Was evidence withheld?

To the Editor: The Fourth of July is a tale in which we learned it is not unpatriotic to question authority, hence our independence of...

Edgartown triangle loft project hearing continued

The Edgartown planning board continued its public hearing to a third session for a project to build second-floor housing in the triangle business area...

You’re the best!

To the Editor: I would like to thank all of the West Tisbury first responders. Their professionalism, responsiveness, and care were a great help the...

Seeker set to sail down the road to a new berth

The plan is to move the unfinished 90-foot vessel east along Beach Road to Packer’s where work will continue.

Truck it off Island

To the Editor: The dirty gray sand and debris that was on the Oak Bluffs town beach and then transferred to the Oak Bluffs cemetery...

A flawed process

To the Editor: The Times seems stuck back in 2006. That is the year the Italians won the World Cup and George Bush was still...

Enough is enough

To the Editor: This is a copy of a letter to the Edgartown Planning Board. I am writing to express my objection to the Edgartown Lofts...

Louisa Gould Gallery features summertime in all its varied colors

Vineyard Haven is decked out for the season. From window boxes overflowing with blossoms and enticing window designs, to “Now Open” signs, there’s no...

Alzheimer’s researcher first in Summer Institute Speaker Series

Rudolph Tanzi, a pioneering researcher in the study of Alzheimer’s disease, will open the 2014 speaker series of the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center’s Summer...