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Social issues reign at M.V. Film Festival

Chilmark’s Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, which has expanded its screenings to five of the Island’s towns, will screen two social action documentaries next week....

The chef’s story: Joe Monteiro of Atlantic Fish and Chop House

The Island has no shortage of restaurants, and behind each one, there’s a top-of-the-line chef. The Times decided to get to know these epicurean...

‘Eden in Winter’ thaws a killing frost

Richard North Patterson gathers his taut Island trilogy

Young gardeners share their thoughts

Vineyard Haven School teacher Kim Moore's second graders worked this year with Elissa Lash and Claire Lafave of Island Grown Schools to learn about...

Harvest of the Month: Strawberries

A freshly picked strawberry, juicy, ripe, and warmed by the sun, is the taste of the summer solstice. This month we celebrate strawberries as...

Bumper crops: No soil required

Vineyarders with any sort of green thumb are likely eyeing the progress of their tomatoes with no small amount of anticipation. Some gardeners, if...

Island resident named a Hero in Action

In its fourth annual Heroes in Action celebration, the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts has honored Island resident Rebecca Haag as a hero in...

The Geek Report

What’s hype and what’s useful? I’ll single out three uses of technology that might come in handy for you this summer. In a simple phrase, it’s all about content: sharing and streaming.

Permanent Endowment awards MVRHS students

Each spring the Martha’s Vineyard community offers invaluable resources in the form of financial aid to its college-bound high school seniors and students already...

A highly evolved butterfly

The Vineyard supports good numbers of bog coppers, but this unique butterfly depends on keeping local bogs healthy.

Awards at Tisbury School

The Tisbury School held its Recognition Day for grades five through eight on Tuesday, June 17..  The following special awards were presented. Jeffrey T. Goodale...

Births

Austin R. D. MacPherson Ross and Ashley MacPherson of Plympton announce the birth of their son, Austin Robert David MacPherson, on June 6 at South...

Academic Honors

Graduates Matthew Fisher of Vineyard Haven received a Bachelor of Arts from Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y. Dean’s List Taylor McNeely of Vineyard Haven at Bucknell University...

Poets’ Corner: The Shift of the Ages

Among the stars my Heart roams free... While here on Earth it cries for Liberty... The Time for Radical Change is finally here... As we all Awaken...

Bridge Results

At the Edgartown Bridge Club at Howes House on Monday, June 23, eight tables were in play.  North-South winners were Judy Cronig and Molly...

Former Tisbury police officer files for disability retirement

With the Dukes County retirement system board’s acceptance of Kelly Kershaw’s application, the next step is a review by a state-appointed medical panel.

This was then: The engine “Active”

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

Young man dies in moped, truck collision Wednesday

No charges will be filed in the fatal accident, police said.

Martha’s Vineyard court report

June 26, 2014 Christine Bonannodilinguaglossa, Scottsdale, AZ; DOB 8/23/77, reckless endangerment of child, a second charge of reckless endangerment of child, disturbing the peace: continued...

Philippe Jordi selected by NeighborWorks to improve Island Housing Trust

Philippe Jordi, Executive Director of the Island Housing Trust, has been selected to participate in the NeighborWorks Achieving Excellence Program. NeighborWorks, an 18-month long...