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Tisbury selectmen ask for Black Dog compliance check

The Black Dog Bakery Cafe on State Road wants an all-alcohol license, but Tisbury selectmen are questioning whether the restaurant should even be serving...

State Rep. Dylan Fernandes to be at M.V. Dems meeting

State Rep. Dylan Fernandes, who represents the Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket District, will be the guest of the Democratic Council of Martha’s Vineyard on...

H-2B visa cap takes its toll

General manager of Nancy’s in Oak Bluffs, Steve Ansara, lifts a door revealing Donovan’s Reef. A bartender dances to the music he’s pumping through...

School officials seek to reassure public after murals painted over

School administrators are vowing to right a wrong after a Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School teacher painted over murals, including two that had a...

Act III: Father Michael Nagle

The Island’s first baby boomers turned 70 last year. Our 65-plus population is growing far faster here on the Island than in the of...

Edgartown: Officially on summer vacation

I try to start my weekly columns in a thoughtful manner. I ponder and contemplate what’s going on in my life or in town....

While others hit the books, Charter School students hit the bog

For the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School students in grades 5 through 8, the final two weeks of school are not spent in the...

Climate change lecture and discussion on June 29

On June 29 from 7 to 9 pm at the Agricultural Society hall, the public will have an opportunity to learn about the developing...

MVCS gears up for 39th annual Possible Dreams Auction

The Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction, which benefits Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) and its six core programs, celebrates its 39th anniversary this year...

MVSB provides Jabberwocky scholarship funds

Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank (MVSB) is again making it possible for families to send members with disabilities to camp this summer through a financial...

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Energy Club is honored

The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project recognized the MVironment Club of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School at an awards ceremony on June 26....

Fallen tree blocks State Road

A dead locust tree fell across State Road near the Scottish Bakehouse Tuesday evening, where it blocked traffic until it could be chainsawed and...

Chilmark: The Martha’s Vineyard Sea Serpent

Let’s keep our fingers crossed for Gabe Ambulos, who will be playing in the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championship finals with the Boston...

Bridge results

At the June 19, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven, 14 tables were in play. Finishing in first place...
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The ‘Julian Hill’ magnolia

This story was first published in the Martha’s Vineyard Times in 2011. Ms. Wainwright wrote recently to suggest we reprint it: The ‘Julian Hill’...

Fallen tree blocks State Road

A dead locust tree fell across State Road near the Scottish Bakehouse Tuesday evening, where it blocked traffic until it could be chainsawed and...

Sullivan + Associates adds project architect

Sullivan + Associates Architects recently added project architect Nelson Giannakopoulos to its staff. Mr. Giannakopoulos holds a master’s of architecture from Norwich University, where...

Birth

Allure Paloma WilsonChristina Torres and Jaryl Wilson of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Allure Paloma Wilson, on June 23, 2017, at...

Aquinnah: Old South Road children’s parade

Tuesday is the Fourth of July, and the Old South Road Children’s Parade will set off at 11 am exactly. Meet at 5 Old...

After 18: Lee Hayman

Every year The MV Times asks four recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Lee Hayman...