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Edgartown takes up illegal dumping at town landings

Deer carcases, syringes, and abandoned boats have defaced several Edgartown water accesses, selectmen learned Monday.

YMCA Makos make waves in SE Mass swim meet

The young Vineyard team scored impressive results in the league championship at Nantucket.

Monsieur le Président: Documentary on Haiti at film festival

Viewers of the M.V. Film Festival will choose the final cut of this intensely personal film.

Vineyard Youth Tennis roundup

Chris Ferry wins VYT exhibition Chris Ferry defeated Peter Burke in the Friday night exhibition match at Vineyard Youth Tennis, 6-1, 6-2.  Chris used smart...

Interscholastic volleyball begins

The interscholastic volleyball season got underway last week. The host Tisbury Tigers won a five-set thriller over the Edgartown Eagles on March 5. Tisbury...

Vote for Tyson

Tyson Araujo, senior co-captain on the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys varsity hockey team, will play for Southern Massachusetts in the fourth annual...

Scared Hitless top seed for Team Tennis playoffs

Scared Hitless earned the top seed for the upcoming playoffs as Team Tennis wrapped up the regular season Friday at the Vineyard Tennis Center....

Mites skate in Red Kennedy tourney this weekend

The MV Arena hosts the annual Red Kennedy Mite tournament this weekend. The Vineyard team will compete against four regional opponents. The Vineyard opens tournament...

Heat and Suns to meet in RCBL finals

The best of three championship series will match the past two league champions.

Dredge spoils on Inkwell Beach cause alarm

Town officials say it looks bad now, but in a short time, it will look like beach sand again.

Man facing guns, bomb charges released on $20K bail

Matthew Gamache was released under strict conditions, following a dangerousness hearing before a district court judge.

Stanley J. Marshall

Stanley James Marshall died at his Vineyard Haven home on Monday, March 10, 2014. He was 88. Stanley was born in Vineyard Haven on December...

Martin H. Mard

Martin H. Mard of Oak Bluffs died at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Tuesday, March 11, 2014. He was 89.A visitation for family and friends...

Ask the Dogfather: car menace and empty-nesters

This week, the dogfather advises Arlene, whose dog is oblivious of cars, and tells a newly-retired couple how to find a good dog.

Rebuilding with help from home

Vineyarder Taggart Young lost his house in Maine in a fire and hopes to rebuild in the spring.

Helen C. Dowd

Helen C. (Locke) Dowd of Falmouth, formerly a longtime resident of Framingham, died peacefully on January 31, 2014. She was 96. The daughter of the...

Featured Favorites: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Book recommendations from Bunch of Grapes Bookstore.

Phillips Hardware

A sense of pride has carried the Oak Bluffs hardware store through three generations.

VNA closes; shifts care to new owner

Updated at 10:15 am, March 13 The Vineyard Nursing Association (VNA) and its Nantucket Visiting Nurses unit closed on Tuesday, its services to Island patients...

Historical Perspective: Enid Yandell and the Branstock School

Martha’s Vineyard’s history is a rich narrative of people and events. In a regular series, The Times has invited the Martha’s Vineyard Museum to...