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Dance companies unite for live performance

The modern dance company What’s Written Within will perform at The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center on Sunday, April 3, at 4 pm. The production...

Slideshow: Easter events ring in spring

On a beautiful spring weekend, families across Martha’s Vineyard set out to enjoy the many Easter activities offered by Island businesses and community groups....

Now's the time to transform your outdoor space

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It's now cool, calm, and collected for this Chilmark abode

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A living room overhaul in East Chop

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Katama bungalow gets a much needed update on the inside

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Martha’s Vineyard United spring soccer season kicks off

MV United opened up its spring South Coast Soccer League season Saturday with two away games in Dartmouth and Fall River.The U-11 boys tied...

SSA cancels morning freight boat due to high wind conditions

The Steamship Authority cancelled the Sankaty's 5:30 am trip from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven and her 6:30 am return due to weather conditions.For...

Lorraine Hartmann

Lorraine Hartmann, formerly of Bergen County and Monroe, N.J., died Sunday, March 20, 2016, at the Royal Falmouth Nursing Home after a long illness, surrounded...

June Dagmar Lakso

June Dagmar Lakso died peacefully March 6, 2016, at The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital with her son, Eric, by her side. She was 91.June was...

A Freshman Update

By Alexis Condon, Mackenzie Condon, and Cassie CaseyEvery September, a new set of ninth graders take their first steps as students in the high...

Pizza di Napoli debuts in Nevin Square

There’s no love like the love for pizza, and it’s evident that Chef Joe Monteiro is head over heels for pizza. Not just any...

Making it on Martha’s Vineyard

A tradução deste artigo se encontra no final da versão em inglês.On the occasion of International Women’s History Month, the Times talked with seven...

Flying Horses opens for the season

America's oldest carousel began to spin again today, and children from around the Island came to Oak Bluffs to ride the Flying Horses and...

Sam Fetters wins Martha's Vineyard Scripps Spelling Bee

With a smile on his face and speaking in a clear, strong voice without hesitation, Samuel (Sam) Fetters, a sixth-grader at West Tisbury School,...

Water Street Housing units take shape

Updated Monday, March 28, 10:30 amA new six-unit affordable apartment complex began to shape Friday at 6 Water Street, adjacent to the Stop & Shop and...

Serenading the State

By Cassie Casey and Alexis CondonThe Boston Symphony Hall rang with the voices of the all-state choir, including two regional high school seniors--Jared Livingston...

Small Group Lends a Big Hand

By Addy Hayman and Mackenzie CondonHundreds of homeless Bostonians were helped by island community members in a CityReach event in Boston, along with several...

The Pastabilities are Endless

Left to right: Math teacher Kenny DeBettencourt looks on as freshman Patrick Dutton adds another weight to his linguini bridge on March 21. First-place...

One World in One City

By Courtney HowellLast week regional high school students traveled to the High School of Economics and Finance in Manhattan to discuss with students there...