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Vineyard Conservation Society names winners of student art show

Over Memorial Day weekend the Vineyard Conservation Society held an awards ceremony and opening reception for the winners of its annual high school art...

Sponsored: Meet Your Merchant: Heather Kochin at Rainy Day

Rainy Day has been giving Vineyarders a place to find . . . anything for 45 years. Owner Heather Kochin recently talked to The...

What did I find?

On June 16, from 1 pm to 4 pm, the West Tisbury library will host an Archaeology ID Day that is free and open...

Antiques at the Grange

The Grange Hall will open its doors for the Grange Exchange antiques and art sale starting Friday, June 15, from 9 am to 3...

West Tisbury town picnic in on the horizon

The 2018 Old Fashioned West Tisbury Town Picnic will be held at the Ag Hall on Saturday, June 16. The picnic will go from...

Fundraiser for Island couple

On June 15, the P.A. Club will host a fundraiser for Ian and Missie, the Vineyard couple whose house caught fire. The fundraiser starts...

Harbor View Car-B-Q

There’s no better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with classic cars, tasty food, and good company. On Sunday, June 17, the fourth annual...

Edgartown library public meeting

On Thursdays June 21 and 28, the Edgartown Public Library will hold public meetings in order to create a five-year strategic plan for the...

James Joyce comes to life on Bloomsday

The 40th annual Bloomsday presented by Martha’s Vineyard Arts and Society will celebrate music, drama, and humor based on the text and life of...

U.S. Sen. Markey to hold town hall forum

U.S. Senator Ed Markey will hold a town hall forum at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center on Sunday, June 24, from 4 pm to...

Massachusetts moves ahead with civics education law

A law requiring all public schools to integrate civics courses into their curriculum was unanimously passed by the Massachusetts House on Wednesday, May 30....

Robin Ann (Gomes) Voisine

Robin Ann (Gomes) Voisine, 59, of Oak Bluffs, formerly of New Bedford, died on May 5, 2018.Robin was born on June 28, 1959...

Off to a healthy start

It’s too early to give a full evaluation of Denise Schepici as CEO and president of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, but critics of the hospital...

Bee happy

To the Editor:Thank you to the MV Times for sponsoring an Island student's journey to the Scripps National Spelling Bee each year. This year...

Study is ready for review

To the Editor:After four years of archive review, consultation, field work, assessment, and analysis, the town of West Tisbury’s Mill Brook Watershed Management Planning...

More options needed for elder care

To the Editor:During the Edgartown election, I was heartened to read in The Martha’s Vineyard Times that both candidates for Edgartown selectmen’s seat, Art...

Work out fence issues

To the Editor:It is not too late to acknowledge your mistake and tone-deafness and take down the fencing at Trade Winds!You would be appreciated...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: June 4 – 8, 2018

ChilmarkJune 7, Amy L. Domini, Personal Representative of the estate of Gertrude Woodard Taylor (a.k.a. Gertrude W. Taylor), sold 21 Eliot Avenue to Livingston...

Men’s summer softball underway

The men’s Island Softball League wrapped up the first week of play with a triple-header on Monday night at Veterans Park.The evening started with...

A’s beat Bucs in Little League playoff opener

The Martha’s Vineyard Little League Majors playoffs got underway Monday night at Penn Field in Oak Bluffs, with the A’s taking on the Pirates.A’s...