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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: April 17 – 21, 2017

EdgartownApril 20, William John Seabourne, IV sold 65 Nineteenth St. North to Kiely Rigali for $575,000.April 21, Adam Ryan Wood and Eric Everett Wood...

On my mind: The dilemma of treating ADHD in children

At least once a month, as part of the MV Times’ ongoing Mental Illness series, Dr. Charles Silberstein will write a column that directly...

Maddy Alley

Every year The MV Times asks several recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Maddy Alley...

Horse power: Rising Tide fundraiser aids therapeutic horse-riding program

Turns out we didn’t need cars for any number of reasons, one of them being the loss of — are you ready for this?...

A tale of two friends

Winnie Welles and Ryan Murray are best friends, and about to embark on an adventure unlike any they’ve experienced before. They are aging out...

M.V. Mini Maker Faire looking for volunteers

If you don't have any projects to demonstrate at the Martha’s Vineyard Mini Maker Faire but still want to be involved in the faire,...

Louise May Bernard

Louise May (Jackson) Bernard, 89, died on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in her home in Edgartown.She was predeceased by her husband, Theodore R. Bernard.Visiting...

Up-Island crash leads to charges

Updated 9/15On April 22, around 10:30 pm, Chilmark police responded to a call about a bloodied man who couldn’t feel his legs, sitting beside...

May 6 marks the 43rd annual Kids Trout Derby

The 43rd annual Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club Kids Trout Derby kicks off at first light, about 5:30 am, at Duarte’s Pond off...

Climate activists to rally on Saturday

A rally to raise awareness of climate change is scheduled for 2 pm Saturday at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven. The event is being...

SSA Woods Hole project gets final approval

The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) this week issued the final waterways license the Steamship Authority needs for its reconstruction and expansion project...

Spend an enchanted evening with ITW’s concert version of ‘South Pacific’

“Bali Ha'i” will be calling this weekend when the Island Theater Workshop (ITW) presents a concert version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's “South Pacific.” The...

Remembering how to run

While it may be true that running is a natural instinct, the urge to compete is something you’re born with. This urge, combined with...

YMCA Orcas swim in state Special Olympics

The YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard Orcas swim team competed at the annual Special Olympics of Massachusetts at Bridgewater State University on Sunday, April 23....

Vineyard softballers edge O'Bryant in last at-bat

Julia Bettencourt scored on Emma Bunker's RBI line drive to first in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifting Martha's Vineyard to a 13-12...

Islanders rally against Eversource proposed rate hikes, herbicide use

Update: A public hearing sponsored by the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) on proposed rate hikes by electricity provider Eversource drew a crowd of...

Oak Bluffs planners OK ice arena plans

The Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena has almost all the permission it needs to complete work on its $3.7 million renovation. On Wednesday, April 19,...

Edgartown Sharkys presents Cinco de Nip-O

Sharky’s in Edgartown has come up with a unique promotion to help alleviate the littering problem on the Island. According to a press release,...

Cape and Islands assistant D.A. faces disciplinary hearings next week

Cape and Islands assistant district attorney Laura Marshard will go before the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers (BBO) — the judicial office that brings...

Tisbury selectman Melinda Loberg faces challenge

Incumbent Melinda Loberg faces a challenge from Jim Rogers for one seat on the Tisbury board of selectmen in the May 9 town election.This...