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Elder Services receives grant

Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands recently announced it was awarded a grant of $319,907 from Senior Service America Inc. Almost 90...

You can’t spell Martha’s Vineyard without A-R-T Party

Join Vineyard Artists for the 12th annual party at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, and explore how art helps preserve Island history and culture. Heavy...

Derby days

Kicking off on Monday, Sept. 10, the M.V. Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby is a time to gather material for new fishtales and compete...

Vineyard Triathlon

Come to Waban/Alley Park on Saturday, Sept. 8, at 7 am for the kickoff of the Vineyard Triathlon. Bike, run, and swim — this...

‘For All the Saints’ encore performance

“For All the Saints,” a historical pageant of the Federated Church, is being brought back for encore performances Saturday evening, Sept. 8, at 7...

Vineyard Little Leaguers play in Cooperstown

A team of 12-year old Martha’s Vineyard Little Leaguers and four coaches traveled to Cooperstown, N.Y., home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, to...

Tisbury receives state dredge money

The town of Tisbury has received a $129,000 state grant for dredging, according to an email from town administrator Jay Grande.The announcement comes as...

It’s worse in Paris

It’s fitting that we marked the long Labor Day weekend by honoring the seasonal and seasonally exhausting work of hosting 2018’s Island visitors. In...

Tribute to Trina Kingsbury

To the Editor:To say Trina lived an outrageous/notorious life would be to short-circuit her kindness and artistic talent.As features editor at The Times,...

Another book, perhaps?

To the Editor:I very much enjoyed Michael Pollan’s recent talk at the Chilmark Community Center on his latest book, “How to Change Your Mind,”...

Tourneys shouldn’t kill fish people don’t eat

To the Editor:The Martha’s Vineyard Derby and Nantucket Inshore Classic both are about to start, and it’s hard to believe that false albacore are...

Fishing for brown sharks no longer appropriate

To the Editor:Congratulations to the MV Times for choosing such a talented writer and vastly knowledgeable fisherwoman as Janet Messineo as the new fishing...

A milestone worthy of a prize?

To the Editor:We are rapidly approaching the moment when an SSA ferry reservation will reach 9's across all seven digits.I think the reservation...

The votes are in

Updated September 6Voters overwhelmingly chose T. George Davis for clerk and Daphne DeVries for register of probate in Tuesday’s primary election.Davis won the...

Romayne Marie Kazlauskas Maciel

Romayne Marie (Nadolny) Kazlauskas Maciel, 76, died, and went to be with her Lord, on Sept. 1, 2018. She was lovingly known by her...

Memorial service for Anne Good

A memorial service to celebrate the life of Anne Good, who died on Oct. 17, 2016, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 30, at...

Name and logo don’t represent Island

To the Editor:This letter was sent to the board of trustees of the Vineyard Trust.I have just learned that the Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust...

Martha’s Vineyard voters head to polls

Note: We'll be updating this post throughout the day today.Voters headed to the polls at the Public Safety Building in West Tisbury to cast...

SSA ferries diverted from Oak Bluffs

The following trips departing or arriving in Oak Bluffs have been diverted to Vineyard Haven.M/V NANTUCKET from Woods Hole 6:30AMM/V NANTUCKET to Woods Hole 7:30AMM/V NANTUCKET...

Gladys Small

Gladys Small, 90, of Vineyard Haven died at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Thursday morning, August 30, 2018.A graveside service in Oak Grove Cemetery,...