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Collapsed storm drain partially closes Beach Road Ext.

The heavy rain on Saturday damaged a storm drain on Beach Road Extension in Vineyard Haven, according to an official from the Tisbury Department...

Fishing heritage showcased at Meet the Fleet

Crowds roamed the docks Thursday alongside a flotilla of fishing, law enforcement, and vintage vessels at the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust’s fourth annual...

Bunny and owner reunited

The rabbit recovered by Tisbury Police Wednesday from Leland Avenue was returned to his owner Thursday afternoon by Tisbury Animal Control Officer Laurie Clements....

SSA consultant finishes round one

Marc Hanover, the Steamship Authority’s Vineyard board member, came before the Dukes County commissioners Wednesday evening to report on progress at the Steamship Authority.Hanover...

Post and rope railing installed at Squibnocket Beach

The town of Chilmark applied a finishing touch to the Squibnocket Beach Project recently with the installation of a locust post and polyethylene rope...

The rum wizard of Towanticut Ave.

Chef Deon Thomas will proudly tell you he’s been serving goat and conch on the Vineyard long before anybody else. A visit to his...

Do you know this rabbit?

Tisbury Police apprehended a vagrant bunny on Leland Avenue Wednesday morning. Dubbed “Leland,” the bunny wants to return home, Lt. Eerik Meisner told The...

Beach Road reopens after toppled utility pole piles up traffic

Beach Road in Vineyard Haven closed Wednesday morning due to a downed utility pole. The pole was located across the street from Mone Insurance....

NoticeAbility passes two-year milestone on Vineyard

NoticeAbility, a nonprofit that aims to provide schools with curriculum designed with dyslexic children’s needs in mind, marked two years in the Vineyard’s public...

SUV fire and three-car wreck hit West Tisbury over weekend

West Tisbury first responders dealt with two dramatic vehicle crashes over the weekend. On Friday evening, a Chevy Blazer erupted in flames by Brandy...

Pedestrians struck by VTA bus

Updated August 1Two pedestrians were injured, one critically, when they were struck by a Vineyard Transit Authority bus Thursday night in Edgartown, according to...

Post Offices get help with backlog

Updated August 1One day after a postal spokesman told The Times that jobs were being advertised to help with the Vineyard’s shoddy postal service,...

Creek Lot discord strains Aquinnah-Chilmark relations

Chilmark selectmen sought ideas Tuesday night on how to remedy parking disputes between Creek Lot holders on Boathouse Road, or as chairman Jim Malkin...

Edgartown Post Office exasperates Islanders

Many Vineyarders aren’t pleased with the performance of the Edgartown Post Office and, as a result, have slammed it on social media over the...

Meet the Fleet turns 4

The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust’s fourth annual Meet the Fleet will take place Thursday, August 2, from 4 to 7 pm in Menemsha....

Sea scallops return to Menemsha

Wednesday morning, Sam Hopkins and his boat Endurance brought the first sea scallops in years to Chilmark, thanks to a hard-won $1 million permit...

Kids crabbing once more at Crab Corner

The popular pocket of water between the Menemsha Jetty and Chilmark’s transient dock is once again full of wading children, a year after electrical...

Shabby shack appears on Gay Head Cliffs

A shopworn shed recently appeared among the shops on the Gay Head Cliffs in Aquinnah. The building, which on Tuesday morning looked like a...

After HVAC repairs, is mold next for the Martha’s Vineyard?

Updated July 21Water finally stopped trickling from ceiling vents aboard the MV Martha’s Vineyard after the Steamship Authority made HVAC repairs Wednesday night. Dripping...

‘Ticked Off!’

Martha’s Vineyard Tick-Borne Illness Prevention Program, recently absorbed by Dukes County, will host the first Martha’s Vineyard Tick Fair on Saturday, July 28, from...