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UMass study pins Martha’s Vineyard homelessness on housing crisis and Island exclusivity

At a standing-room-only presentation at the West Tisbury library last Thursday night, eight University of Massachusetts Medical School Rural Scholars presented the findings of...

Birth

Isabelle Avery TeixeiraKristina E. Finley and Nicholas Teixeira of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter, Isabelle Avery Teixeira, on Oct. 29, 2015,...

Edgartown affordable housing home to be placed on the market

The Edgartown affordable housing committee (AHC) is overseeing the resale of one of four affordable housing–sanctioned houses that were moved to Metcalf Drive in...

Jenni Oliver

Longtime Edgartown resident Jennifer Clarke Low Oliver, a children’s book illustrator and New Yorker cover artist, died Thursday, Oct. 29, from complications of ALS....

The West Tisbury Young Authors Project: Home is where the fish are

By Aria VickersRecently, teacher Annemarie Ralph launched a young authors’ project at the West Tisbury School, and asked the MVTimes if we would be...

All-Island school committee to continue discussion about FY16 shared-services budget error

On Thursday, Oct. 29, the all-Island school committee revisited the fiscal year (FY) 2016 shared-services budget in order to explore how best to rectify...

Roger Neuhoff

Loving and devoted husband and father Roger Neuhoff died peacefully Oct. 28th on Martha’s Vineyard. He was 87.Born Feb.16, 1928, in New York City...

Vineyard field hockey beats Falmouth, prepares for tournament

The Vineyard team finished the regular season with a karmic flourish.

Young soccer team goes strong into postseason

By R.J. WhiteFor the second year in a row, the high school men’s varsity soccer team, under the leadership of Coach Esteban Aranzabe, have...

Youth cross-country team run in Cape meet

The Martha’s Vineyard Middle School Cross Country team participated in the All Cape Cross Country meet on Oct. 29, 2015. Approximately 100 boys and...

Harleys will ride for Red Stocking Fund

The Martha's Vineyard Harley Riders will hold their 27th annual Run to benefit the Red Stocking Fund on Sunday, Nov. 8, at 9 am,...

Buzz’s family thanks you

To the Editor:Meredith and I would like to thank family, friends, and the community for all their love and support for the passing of...

Fuel Assistance Program open

According to a press release from the South Shore Community Action Council, the Fuel Assistance Program is open for applications. Anyone who did not...

High school musicians attend Boston Symphony Orchestra rehearsal

On Oct. 29th, 29 students and five chaperones attended an open rehearsal of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall. The students were from...

Registration is open for the Sense of Wonder Creations Creative Arts Program

Sense of Wonder art classes for young people ages 6-18 start at the beginning of November and will continue through mid-June 2016. There are...

Chilmark Coffee expands to the Cape

Chilmark Chocolates reopened on Oct. 29, and by the looks of the parking lot — New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and New Jersey license...

Martha’s Vineyard court report

Oct. 9, 2015Joao F. Araujo, Vineyard Haven; DOB 9/27/64, OUI-liquor or .08%, negligent operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation: continued to pretrial conference.Eric...

‘March of the Living’: Life-changing trip for teens

Now in its 28th year, March of the Living (MOTL) annually brings some 15,000 Jewish teens from around the world on a trip that...

‘Fed Up’ film to be shown to MVRHS students Friday

Laurie David is coming to the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) Friday to present her film “Fed Up” to all students, in a...

Aquinnah: sendoff to Trudy Taylor

Thursday night at the Aquinnah Library, the book group will meet, and the author of the book will be present as well! Nicole Galland...