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Boys tennis competes in MIAA South Sectionals

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys tennis team sent six players to Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) tournaments on Saturday, and four players...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: May 8 – 12, 2017

Aquinnah May 12, Marilyn G. Maynard sold 834 State Rd. to James Feiner for $485,000.Chilmark May 12, David M. Rabban, trustee of Rabban Family Nominee Trust,...

H. Glenn Carpenter Jr.

Updated May 19, 2017: Glenn Carpenter Jr. of Edgartown died on May 13, 2017, from complications arising from esophageal cancer. He is survived by...

Charlotte F. Walpole

Charlotte F. (Fisher) Walpole, a lifelong Edgartown resident, died Monday night, May 15, 2017, at her residence. She was 93 years of age. She...

Lucille E. Cazeault

Lucille E. (Thrasher) Cazeault of Edgartown, formerly of North Weymouth, died on Sunday, May 14, 2017.Lucille was born in Braintree, a daughter of Harry...

Anne Eaton Parker

Anne Eaton Parker, age 98, died May 1, 2017. Anne was a prolific artist, musician, reader, and fierce advocate for human rights, environmental protection,...

WHOI receives a Vision Award

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) was recently given a Vision Award by Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM).The Vision Award was presented to WHOI...

TownPool from Nantucket will open in Vineyard Haven

There’s another new store in Vineyard Haven. TownPool, a clothing and lifestyle store based in Nantucket, will open in Vineyard Haven in the former...

Island’s newest bank makes charitable donations

Rockland Trust has finalized its acquisition of Edgartown National Bank, and is welcoming customers in Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and Vineyard Haven to the bank’s...

Island gains three new postmasters

The Vineyard got three new postmasters on Tuesday. Leigh J. Vanderhoop, an Islander, will run the Chilmark Post Office. Lisa Panaccione, an off-Island Bay...

Immigration forum will tackle rights of citizenship

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will take the stage at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center on Monday, May 22, at 7 pm to...

More trees spared the axe in Edgartown

Selectmen refused a request by a homeowner to have two pin oak trees removed in front of a home at 87 Pease’s Point Way...

Martha’s Vineyard Airport manager elected to national board

Ann Crook, Martha’s Vineyard Airport manager, was elected to the national board of the American Association of Airport Executives, one of the largest professional...

Meters, cameras on hold in West Tisbury

The West Tisbury board of selectmen may consider meters and cameras in town taxis, next year. “It’s certainly too late for this year,” board...

Pooches on parade

The Edgartown Board of Trade and the Martha’s Vineyard Animal Shelter held its 5th annual Pink and Green dog show on the Village Green...

Connoisseurs come together for MV Wine Fest

The fifth annual MV Wine Fest took over Edgartown last weekend, with world-class winemakers, local chefs, and food and wine lovers from all over....

Island Gymnastics bronze level competes in state meet

Island Gymnastics sent four gymnasts to the Xcel Bronze Massachusetts State Championships on Sunday, May 14, in Wilmington, joined by their coach Beth Goodell....

Squibnocket solution was independent one

To the Editor:As the former chairman of the town committee on Squibnocket and as a current Chilmark selectman, I find the front-page story of...

Keep site options in your sights

To the Editor:Tisbury School Building Committee members urged the public to participate in their survey to give them guidance concerning the Tisbury Elementary School....

Airbnb adds to Island’s issues

To the Editor:Full disclosure: I own the Oak Bluffs Inn. I take issue with a recent letter in The Times (May 8, “Airbnb is...