Business Brief: The Barn, Bowl and Bistro goes green

The Barn, Bowl and Bistro, now has one of the largest solar arrays in Oak Bluffs (second only to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital), according to...

Dear Geek: What’s with all the bytes?

I hear people talk about technology mentioning kilobytes, megabytes, and terabytes, and recently I’m seeing people mentioning an SSD. Sounds like they are mispronouncing...

Presidential vacations good or bad?

Overall, was having two presidents vacation here a good or a bad thing for the Island? Send your answers to onisland@mvtimes.com with the subject line...

Quote of the week

“We’re spending money we don’t have, and, unfortunately, taxpayers of the town and Massachusetts are paying to fight us.” —Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, the Aquinnah tribe’s chairman,...

Business Brief: South Mountain Co. advances solar energy on the Vineyard

Approximately 500 solar power systems are operating on Martha’s Vineyard. South Mountain Co., based in West Tisbury, has installed about 250 of those systems...

Modular housing goes upmarket

Updated Saturday, April 29, 12 pm*   It was 2008, and the housing market had tanked, along with the rest of the economy. Bill Potter, a...

Science and Scientists on the Vineyard

Paul Levine, a resident of West Tisbury who was a professor at Harvard and visiting professor at Stanford University, will contribute this occasional column...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: April 17 – 21, 2017

Edgartown April 20, William John Seabourne, IV sold 65 Nineteenth St. North to Kiely Rigali for $575,000. April 21, Adam Ryan Wood and Eric Everett Wood...

On my mind: The dilemma of treating ADHD in children

At least once a month, as part of the MV Times’ ongoing Mental Illness series, Dr. Charles Silberstein will write a column that directly...

After Eighteen: Maddy Alley

Every year The MV Times asks several recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Maddy Alley...