This week, the dogfather advises Arlene, whose dog is oblivious of cars, and tells a newly-retired couple how to find a good dog.
Martha’s Vineyard’s history is a rich narrative of people and events. In a regular series, The Times has invited the Martha’s Vineyard Museum to draw on its unique cache of contemporary photos and first-person accounts to describe interesting but often unfamiliar moments in Island history called to mind sometimes, but not always, by current dates […]
The Workout and Vineyard Tennis Center in West Tisbury hosted its annual seventh and eighth grade girls day on Sunday, March 9. More than 20 students attended the event, which promoted relaxation, health, and happiness through exercise, cooking, skin care, and massage. The students participated in four rotations over a two-hour span. WVTC director of […]
What goes on in your local hospital’s operating room? Is your blood pressure normal? Curious about your cholesterol levels? Find out on Saturday, March 15, at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s Health Fair from 8 am to noon. There is no admission fee and all events and screenings are free. “Our goal at the health fair […]
A Circuit Avenue staple for 67 years.
The high school senior will raise money for charity. Personal growth fuels his dream.
There are three organizations on Martha’s Vineyard that have animals for adoption.
A cat who loves a bunny, a dog who loves commercials, and more.
The Preservation Trust owns and operates 20 venues around the Island. Summer keeps many of them busy week in and week out.
MV Cancer Support Group’s Daffodil Day will support Island families.