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Martha’s Vineyard Hospital adds three doctors

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has added three new physicians to its medical staff, according to a press release issued Monday.Dr. Steven Feder, Dr. Amar Luzic,...

A whale of an assignment

A gray and rainy Monday set the nautical tone for a group of Vineyard Montessori School students as they channeled their inner whaling captains...

Made on MVY: Stefanie Wolf Designs

Stefanie Wolf has been attracted to shiny, colorful objects since her rock collection days as a kid. Inspired by the power and beauty of...

Helen Vera Reimann

Helen Vera Sadowy Reimann, 83, died of cardiac arrest on May 12, 2018, at home in the loving company of her husband of 57...

Alma R. West

Alma R. West died June 1, 2018, at the Windemere Nursing Home at the age of 91. She was born and lived her entire...

Walter Sheldon Gifford Jr.

Walter Sheldon Gifford Jr., 88, died peacefully from natural causes in front of a warm fire, surrounded by loving family members, at his home...

Jeffrey Scott Leland

Jeffrey S. Leland, 56, died unexpectedly at his home in Vineyard Haven on Sunday, May 27, 2018.Jeff was born on July 22, 1961 in...

Christine R. Strimel

Christine R. Strimel, 82, formerly of Pennsylvania and recently of Edgartown, died peacefully on June 1, 2018, at Windemere Nursing Home.She was born on...

May ‘Do You Know’ contest winner and answers

Pamela Brock is the winner of the May "Do You Know" contest. She had several correct answers in May, but the winner was her...

Two-car crash sends one person to hospital

A two-car crash on State Road in Tisbury near the Scottish Bakehouse Monday afternoon snarled traffic and sent the driver of one of the...

Boating safety program scheduled

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary presents "Be Safe on the Water This Summer" on Monday, June 11, at 10 am, at the Tisbury Senior...

SSA board to meet June 12 in Falmouth

The Steamship Authority has shoehorned in an additional meeting ahead of the board’s June 19 meeting in Hyannis. The board will meet at 3:30...

Allegations fly in porn lawsuit

An Aquinnah woman who says her house was rented and used by Mile High, a pornography production company, has amended her federal lawsuit, saying...

Building a different wall

To the Editor:If we build a wall around the White House, will Mexico pay for it?Gerry Yukevich Vineyard Haven

Small class with big potential

A light breeze and sunny skies made for perfect conditions Sunday as 11 seniors, adorned with crowns of leaves, at the Martha’s Vineyard Public...

John Matthew White

John Matthew White, 48, of Clermont, Fla., died suddenly on Friday, May 25, 2018, at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. For many past seasons, John...

Services Tuesday for Christine R. Strimel

Christine R. Strimel, 82, formerly of Pennsylvania and recently of Edgartown, died on June 1, 2018, at Windemere Nursing Home.She was the former wife...

Steamship Authority diverts Monday ferries to Vineyard Haven

The following trips departing or arriving in Oak Bluffs have been diverted to Vineyard Haven due to weather conditions.M/V MARTHA'S VINEYARD from Woods Hole...

Fishing is the best medicine

We’ve all heard fish being called “brain food,” and we know the benefit of eating fresh fish. Saltwater fish provide iodine and are an...

Just when you thought Nantucket was safe

Vineyard ferry runs have seen the lion’s share of breakdowns recently, but service to Nantucket is beginning to see its share. Over Memorial Day...