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On their way: Melora Armstead

On Their Way reacquaints MV Times readers with people who grew up on Martha’s Vineyard and have moved on to establish themselves in careers...

Nomination deadline set for West Tisbury town moderator election

Chairman of the West Tisbury selectmen Jeffrey “Skipper” Manter announced that Tuesday, September 16, is the deadline to submit nomination papers to the registrar...

Two shows at Chicken Alley: Fashion and art

A fashion show highlighting clothes and accessories by Martha’s Vineyard designers and a sale of art and collectibles are two annual events at the...

Oak Bluffs couple bequeathed houses, assets to Island non-profits

They had no children and no heirs...They were frugal and generous people who loved the Vineyard. I know they decided to leave everything to the Island several years ago.

Peter Pan to do a fly over at the Performing Arts Center

Wendy, Michael, and John will fly high over the stage following Peter Pan in the new production of the musical “Peter Pan,” based on the...

David Wax Museum returns to Flatbread

The indie-Americana-folk-rock group David Wax Museum featuring David Wax and Suz Slezak return to play Flatbread Thursday evening after a successful engagement there last...

New lights make for a brighter Vineyard Tennis Center

The Workout & Vineyard Tennis Center (VTC) in Edgartown recently replaced the lighting at its two year-round indoor tennis courts with energy efficient fluorescent...

West Tisbury will elect new moderator in November

West Tisbury selectmen voted unanimously at their weekly meeting on July 30 to choose a new town moderator at a special election held in...

Folksinger Cindy Kallet performs to celebrate Fern and Feather’s 50th

Headlined by songwriter, singer, and guitarist Cindy Kallet, four accomplished folk musicians will perform together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fern and...

West Tisbury selectmen address building maintenance needs

A new library and new town hall have increased the need for custodial services.

Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! will speak at fundraiser

This Saturday, July 26, join Amy Goodman and Charlayne Hunter-Gault at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven at a benefit for the WVVY...

McCulloughs honored for contributions to the West Tisbury library

And for a number of years when we would have friends over for dinner, in our modest way," Mr. McCullough said, "I would say, ‘would you like to adjourn to the library with a little brandy?’ And yes, we would cross Music Street and have a grand evening. It was a wonderful time.

Mad Max celebrates 20 years of sailing with new paint, logo and hardware

In 20 years of sailing, the 60-foot catamaran Mad Max has carried over 100,000 passengers, averaging 5,000 a season, according to the boat’s owner,...

Old Sculpin Gallery celebrates its 60th anniversary

Special events are plentiful for the MVAA this summer.

Tilton Rentall

When Vineyarders have needed a tool, maybe a log splitter or a floor sander, impact driver or a floor nailer, or even a cement...

In early-morning move, Seeker is trucked to new lot

It took a little time to maneuver the 24-foot-wide boat back and forth out of the lot where it had sat for almost three years. Once on Beach Road the Seeker moved along smoothly like a float in a parade, the blue flashing lights of the state police car leading the way.

David Crohan celebrates 70 with Tabernacle concert and friends

The concert at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs is planned as a tribute to those he learned from.

Martha’s Vineyard high school student travels to Jordan to study Arabic

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School freshman Willa Vigneault missed the last two weeks of school, but with good reason. The 15-year-old student left the...

DCR appoints new supervisor to state forest

Virginia Dautreuil, 35, is the new superintendent of the 5,343-acre Manuel F. Correllus State Forest. She fills the position left vacant by the unexpected...

Seeker set to sail down the road to a new berth

The plan is to move the unfinished 90-foot vessel east along Beach Road to Packer’s where work will continue.