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Museum is selling off furniture and other items

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is holding a sale on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 10 am to 2 pm at its Edgartown campus, according to...

Early holiday deadlines for MVTimes

The MVTimes office will be closed Thursday, Nov. 22 and Friday, Nov. 23 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Papers will be distributed on Wednesday, Nov....

Thanksgiving meals for all

When it comes time to sit down for Thanksgiving dinner next Thursday afternoon, it’s important to remember the families who aren’t able to afford...

Rock concert for kids with the Pinkletinks

On Saturday, Nov. 17, from 3 to 4pm, the West Tisbury library hosts a rock concert for kids and families featuring the Pinkletinks. The...

Makos swim strong in first meet of the season

The South East Massachusetts Swim League, which includes teams from Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Marshfield, and Eastham, had its first swim meet of the season...

Rep. Fernandes to hold Vineyard office hours

Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth, will hold his first office hours on Martha’s Vineyard since his election to a second term, on Monday, Nov. 19,...

Births

Lincoln ScottElsie Scott and Brian Scott of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a son, Lincoln Scott, on Nov. 9, 2018, at Martha’s Vineyard...

Court report: Oct. 26-Nov. 9, 2018

Oct. 26, 2018Tiago Franco Deoliviera, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/18/87; unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: to be dismissed upon payment of $250 court cost and...

Your helping hands this Thanksgiving

Every year, favorite Island restaurants and bakeries make the holidays a bit easier by doing what they do best — all the work. Call...

William J. Stafursky

William J. (“Bill”) Stafursky, 70, died unexpectedly and peacefully at home on Nov. 1, 2018.He was born in Greenfield on March 28, 1948,...

Opioid epidemic tied to business productivity

The State House News Service reports that the opioid epidemic that has ravaged communities and killed thousands has also had a “severe” impact on...

Climate change bigger threat to birds than windmills

By Jack ClarkePresident Trump recently criticized “windmills” as a source of energy, claiming, “They kill so many birds. You look underneath some of those...

Fishing for clues

To the Editor:To whoever placed a note on my windshield at Menemsha Pond stating, “Stay out of this pond!!! O.B. kids scallop in the...

Support your VTA drivers

To the Editor:I am a bus driver. I drive both for the schools and the VTA. As we all know, VTA drivers are amazing....

Shameful act

To the Editor:Whoever you are: Shame on you. What gives you the right to go onto my daughter's property in Oak Bluffs and help...

Capital needed to help independent fishermen

To the Editor:Our role as members of the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust (MVFPT) has evolved from that of trying to obtain permits and...

Just a spoonful of sugar

Students from the Oak Bluffs School present Disney’s “Mary Poppins, the Musical,” at the school on Friday, Nov. 16 at 7 pm. It's also...

Family-to-Family

On Friday, Nov. 16, Serving Hands presents its annual Family-to-Family Holiday Basket Distribution. Qualifying families can head to the First Baptist Church parish house...

Dream wagon

On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Aquinnah library will let visitors check out its “dream wagon.” The dream wagon is a mobile makerspace, and the...

5K for KJ on Nov. 24

The 14th annual 5K for KJ is set for Saturday, Nov. 24, at 10 am on the cross-country course at MVRHS.The race through...