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5:30 am ferries are a problem

To the Editor:For those of us who live in the vicinity of Woods Hole Terminal, or in the vicinity of Woods Hole Road or...

Free speech should be welcomed

To the Editor:With all respect, concerning the letter printed June 22 by Assistant School Superintendent Richie Smith (“The children are watching”): Mr. Smith wrote,...

Doggy doo is not welcome

To the Editor:Dog walkers, I appreciate that you carry your little plastic bags to pick up your pet's waste. I live on Main Street...

Hospital board should be applauded

To the Editor:As I read the editorial (June 15, “A question of credibility”) and the scathing letters in the Martha’s Vineyard Times about the...

Reject a false choice

To the Editor:Who in their right mind would choose to tear down the existing Tisbury School, which now sits at the crest of the...

Saddened and disturbed by high school events

To the Editor:As a community member, I have been saddened and disturbed by recent events. I have followed Ms. Weintraub's work with admiration and...

Creative solution needed to housing crunch

Creative solution needed for housing crunchTo the Editor:A few months ago, I wrote a letter to the editor (Dec. 29, “Conservation and affordable housing:...

Painting over murals was personal

To the Editor:It was disheartening to read in last week’s paper that murals in the high school were removed. This is personal to me,...

Stop and think

In 1995, at the height of British actor Hugh Grant’s popularity, he got caught with a prostitute. At the time, he was dating Elizabeth...

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...

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...

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...

Tisbury chief, town administrator named in lawsuit

A lawsuit filed last week in Dukes County Superior Court alleges that the town violated the state’s whistleblower law by issuing a reprimand to...

‘Millionaire tax’ moves forward

State lawmakers are moving forward with the Fair Share Amendment, a tax of an additional 4 percent for those earning incomes exceeding $1 million....