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Performances for 2010

Bella presents a new musical puppet show series called Bella and Arakataka's Little Band, which will be performed every Sunday in January. The first...

Crash course for entrepreneurs

The Martha's Vineyard Women's Network (MVWN) is holding a lunch meeting to discuss how to start or expand your business. Michael Bejtlich, professor of...

Salsa dancing

Saskia and David Vanderhoop begin weekly community salsa classes for pre-teens and teens this Friday, from 4 to 5 pm at Che's Lounge in...

King Kong in collage

Artist Al Hurwitz of Chilmark, who is known for his landscapes that have previously shown at the Chilmark and West Tisbury libraries, has temporarily...

Elementary string students to perform

On Wednesday, January 13, the nearly 200 string players who comprise the All-Island Elementary String Program will perform their winter concert at the Performing...

Hands-on nature

Sassafras, a nature-based education program, offers new programs involving include sensory exploration, naturalist skills, earth-based knowledge, plant life, while providing a safe learning environment...

Vineyard Power meeting

Vineyard Power, a community-owned cooperative energy group, is holding a presentation and discussion at the Edgartown Town Hall tonight at 5:30 pm. Learn more...

Happy Birthday Mr. Brown

Richard C. Brown of Oak Bluffs celebrated his 94th birthday Thursday, Dec. 31, at a luncheon at his home, surrounded by his wife Carolyn, sons...

Senior fitness

The Tisbury Senior Center is offering fitness and health education along with free exercise routines with personal trainer Eddie Parker on Saturday at 10...

They’re back

By popular demand, the Grace Episcopal Church hosted its famous Lobster Roll lunch during the winter season, this past Sunday, Jan. 3. According to...

Feds: new evidence may put Nantucket Sound on Historic Register

Nantucket Sound is eligible to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places, a determination that Cape Wind opponents say should prompt the...

Partners secures $ for MGH campus expansion, debt refinancing

Massachusetts General Hospital will build a 500,000 square foot health care facility at its Boston campus as part of a $500 million bond issue...

Heating oil up 11 cents a gallon in last week

The average price of heating oil in Massachusetts rose to $2.88 per gallon Tuesday, up from $2.77 a week ago. Prices have risen steadily...

Edgartown selectmen cancel hearing over taxes

On Monday, Edgartown selectmen agreed to schedule a public hearing on January 19, to decide whether to revoke the liquor license of David Ryan's,...

H1N1 vaccinations scheduled in Island towns

The Martha's Vineyard Public Health Coalition, a consortium of Island health agencies, has scheduled a series of H1N1 vaccinations in Island towns for the...

Setting Oak Bluffs budget priorities, public invited

Facing an estimated $1.5-million budget shortfall next year, the Oak Bluffs finance and advisory committee will ask taxpayers to help set priorities for the...

Local officers take on fitness challenge

Members of the Martha's Vineyard Tactical Response Team will compete against other first responders throughout the Northeast in a fitness contest.The 911 Fitness Challenge...

Island businesses invited

The Martha's Vineyard Times has invited Island businesses to a presentation of the newspaper's new online directory features. The event will be held Thursday,...

Chilmark sets Middle Line Road lottery for Jan. 19

Chilmark selectmen have set January 19 for a lottery to award six affordable homesites in the Middle Line Road housing project. There are 14...

Chilmark approves tour bus, interviews candidates

Chilmark selectmen Tuesday approved a one-year license for a locally operated bus tour company to run Island tours with four buses during the 2010...