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Daniel S. Gouldrup

Daniel S. Gouldrup, 59, West Tisbury police officer, died unexpectedly on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, at his home in West Tisbury.He was the...

John Anthony Nevin

John Anthony Nevin, known to friends as Tony, died on Sept, 23, 2018, at the age of 85, of pancreatic cancer.Long before he...

Robert Franklin

Robert (Bob) Franklin died on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, at his home in Vineyard Haven at the age of 92.Bob was born in...

Memorial for David Danielson

From 3 to 5 pm, Sunday, Oct. 7, there will be a gathering at the Sailing Camp on Barnes Road, Oak Bluffs, to honor...

Stefan Bernard Herbert Baumrin

Stefan Bernard Herbert Baumrin, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, philosopher, attorney, and businessman, died Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 19, 2018.The son of David and Regina...

Steamship rate hikes coming to Vineyard

The Steamship Authority board convened at the Nantucket Whaling Museum Tuesday for its monthly meeting, and voted in a new management position, heard updates...

Rainy Day and Citrine change hands

Two popular shops on Main Street in Vineyard Haven changed ownership on the same day recently.On Friday, Sept. 14, Rainy Day and Citrine were...

Martha’s Vineyard osprey are multiplying

The osprey population of the Vineyard was bountiful this year, the 21st annual osprey census showed.“A record high of 100 active nests were...

MVALP is for all speakers of other languages

To the Editor:Thanks to Abby Remer for spotlighting the work of Martha's Vineyard Adult Learning Program (MVALP) in the Sept. 20 edition of the...

Taxi amendment drives change

Edgartown selectmen approved an amendment to its taxi regulation Monday. Adam Darack, the town’s taxi liaison, told selectmen he had worked with town counsel...

Boys soccer boots Sturgis West, 5-0

The MVRHS boys soccer team stayed unbeaten with a convincing 5-0 Cape and Islands League win over Sturgis Charter School West, Saturday afternoon at...

Falmouth Academy, Monomoy edge MVRHS girls soccer

The Vineyarders suffered a pair of close losses in Cape and Island League girls soccer action at Dan McCarthy Field in Oak Bluffs.Falmouth Academy...

Vineyard harriers at their best in Manchester Invitational

The MVRHS boys and girls cross-country teams competed against more than 1,500 runners from across New England in the 44th Manchester Invitational, held Saturday...

The Big Question: Christmas trees

How do you feel about getting your Christmas tree from Amazon?Reply online as a comment, or send your answers to onisland@mvtimes.com with the subject...

Finance 101: Required Minimum Distributions

As many Americans know, they will be required to take a mandatory minimum distribution from their tax deferred accounts at age 70.5. So what...

Quote of the week

“Honestly, we feel good that we’ve been vindicated, we take enormous pride in treating our employees well.”–Tim Sweet, general manager of Farm Neck Golf...

Graveside service for Baumrin

Stefan Bernard Herbert Baumrin, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, philosopher, attorney, and businessman passed away Wednesday afternoon.The son of David and Regina Baumrin, Stefan...

Faces of Food Insecurity: ‘The issue is vegetables’

This is part of a series describing the faces of food insecurity on Martha’s Vineyard. The subject’s name in the following article has been...

Grateful for the last-minute support

To the Editor:When I posted on Facebook at 5:45 pm on Monday, September 3, that I would be running a write-in campaign for a...

Charter School celebrates Peace Day

A brisk sunny day greeted students from the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School as they ran outside with shouts of joy to celebrate United...