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‘In the Fade’ narrates the story of domestic terrorism survivors

How survivors of domestic terrorism fare is the theme of “In the Fade,” now playing at the M.V. Film Center. It is Germany’s entry...

Featherstone’s going all-female

March 1 marks the start of Women’s History Month, and Featherstone Center for the Arts is celebrating with a new exhibit. On March 11,...

No leaves, no problem

Polly Hill Arboretum invites you to learn how to identify the Island’s winter trees. Whether they’re sprawling with leaves in summer, or bare as...

Portrait pop-up

What makes a portrait a portrait? Explore this question, among others, with M.V. Museum’s Ann DuCharme on Tuesday, March 6, at 6 pm at...

Use your noodle

Ever wanted to master the art of Asian cuisine? This cooking class with Catherine Walthers might be a step in the right direction. Learn...

Squibnocket Land Court injunction denied

Updated Feb. 27, 3:20 pmDefenders of the structure built to access Squibnocket Farm won a victory in Land Court Friday when Judge Gordon Piper...

Time to pop helium balloon use

To the Editor:When I moved here in third grade, I was nervous. Sure, I visited here before, but I never actually lived here. So...

MV Times wins ‘general excellence’ award

The Martha’s Vineyard Times received 27 awards in the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Competition, including first place in the...

Tisbury firefighters respond to West Chop house fire

The owners of the seasonal home at 209 Quinsigamond Ave. in Tisbury can count themselves lucky.A crew of workmen were on the job next...

Donald J. Baril

Donald J. Baril, 92, died on Feb. 20, 2018, at his home in Edgartown. He was the husband of Arlene (Norton) Baril. His funeral...

MVRHS students hold walkout to speak against school violence

Nearly 500 Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) students and teachers marched from their school to the football field in spitting rain and cold...

Agony and ecstasy on senior day

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High varsity boys hockey team played their best game of the year in the season finale, ending in a tie,...

Roadside memorial stolen in Oak Bluffs

Just before 6 am on Friday, Feb. 9, a thief stole a roadside cross alongside Eastville Avenue, across from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, which...

State legislators hand-deliver state funds to Martha’s Vineyard

Senator Julian Cyr (D-Truro) and Representative Dylan Fernandes (D-Falmouth) had a busy day on Martha’s Vineyard on Friday, including back-to-back events to mark the...

Coast Guard salutes Aquinnah police officer for 2016 rescue

The U.S. Coast Guard awarded Aquinnah Police Officer David Murphy a Meritorious Public Service Award for his courageous rescue of a mariner in distress...

Jon Harris: A ‘great ball of fire’

On Thursday, Feb. 22, a celebration of life was held at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall for Jonathan (Jon) Harris. The celebration commenced with...

Thanks from Tony’s

To the Editor: Our manager, Kelly Hill, met Chris Silva last week and took him around the store. I understood he was going to write...

Real Estate Confidential: Dog Houses

Weekly chit-chat about new listings, sales or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard real estate market, by Fred Roven, Martha’s Vineyard Buyer Agents.For many buyers,...

Robert Anthony Iadicicco

Robert Anthony Iadicicco died peacefully at home, surrounded by loved ones on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, nine days short of his 88th birthday.Robert was...