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Elizabeth Macy Gardner

Elizabeth (“Betty”) Macy Gardner died at Windemere on Nov. 18, 2018, where she had resided for several years.Born in Montclair, N.J., in 1923, she...

Dialysis unit reopens in temporary space

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reopened its dialysis unit in a temporary space after a flood forced patients to receive treatment off-Island.The unit officially reopened...

Willoughby arraigned in woman’s overdose death

Updated 5:30 pmJason Willoughby was arraigned on a manslaughter charge Monday in Barnstable Superior Court for his alleged role in the death of a...

Chilmark: Holiday happenings

Happy Thanksgiving. The Dorper sheep have been moved back from Tea Lane and are grazing nearby. Lucy Vincent has been abuzz with locals and...

Tisbury: Holidays are coming

Heard on Main Street: About two-thirds of registered voters took part in our last election. Where were the other third?The Federated Church has Wreath...

West Tisbury: Friendsgiving

I was so disappointed to wake up Friday morning to find the snow washed away except for a few wisps caught in the grass...

Rockin’ round the pop-up shops

We’ve rounded up some holiday pop-ups and go-to spots so you can get all your shopping done early this holiday season. When in doubt...

Pleased with coverage

To the Editor:I wanted to thank Jack Shea for his wonderful article about the MVRHS cross-country teams' meet last weekend. Not only did Jack...

Grass fields are the way to play

To the Editor:At the public forum held last week, we heard Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students express deep frustration over the unchanged, dismal...

The Island of hand-made toys

As Islanders, we face a little added inconvenience this time of year. Between inflated shopping prices and off-Island travel expenses, ‘tis the season to...

Track and field design pitched

Thursday evening Chris Huntress, owner of Andover-based Huntress Associates, a firm that specializes in the layout of athletic fields, walked an audience at the...

Gymnasts compete in Worcester

Island Gymnastics sent 13 gymnasts to the Pilgrim Harvest Invitational on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the DCU Center in Worcester. The gymnasts were coached...

Martha’s Vineyard mourns death of Peter Simon

Updated 11 amThe Times is mourning the loss of one of its own — freelance photographer Peter Simon.Simon, 71, who spent a lifetime photographing rock...

MVRHS cross-country girls finish fifth

The Vineyarders magical running tour concluded this weekend as the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls cross-country team finished fifth in the state, and...

Vineyarders take tough loss against Whalers

The MVRHS Vineyarders football team took a tough loss to the Nantucket Whalers 48-7 at the 70th Island Cup.Students, teachers, parents, and friends woke...

Bay State Wind to host open house

Bay State Wind will host an open house on Wednesday, Dec. 5, to hear from the public about the development of an offshore wind...

Sponsored: Real Estate Confidential: Should I buy a home in winter?

Real Estate Confidential is a weekly chit chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard real estate market, by...

The giving season

Tis’ the season of giving, and we heard the community wants to make it easier to get involved. We rounded up a couple ways...

Neighbors helping neighbors

If it takes a village to raise a child, here on the Vineyard it’s the community that helps Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard do its...