I just like getting candy,” she said, chomping on a piece of bubblegum. “I didn’t even know there was such a thing as July 4th candy corn.
The unwelcome predicted arrival of tropical storm Arthur on Friday has disrupted Fourth of July celebrations on Martha’s Vineyard. Edgartown officials announced Wednesday that the town’s annual Fourth of July parade and fireworks celebration would be moved from Friday to Saturday, July 5. Town administrator Pam Dolby said all parade times and parking requirements remain […]
The Edgartown July 4th parade and fireworks have been changed to Saturday, July 5, due to possible tropical storm conditions. The parade will begin at 5 pm and the fireworks will go off at dusk. For those unable to attend the fireworks, the Chappy ferry webcam, available at mvtimes.com, will be pointed toward the display.
Edgartown selectmen voted Monday to send a letter to AT&T Mobility with a deadline for completing a lease contract for a multi-carrier wireless service facility capable of hosting multiple antennas inside a silo on Katama Farm. The town owns the property and has been negotiating a lease for the antenna, which is intended to expand […]
Edgartown Police turned to the department’s Facebook page after a retail worker discovered a plastic bag that contained three grams of heroin at a small park Saturday in Edgartown’s downtown business district on Saturday. The worker reported the discovery to police. The small park, near the corner of Main and South Summer streets, is known […]
The driver of a 1994 Chevrolet pickup truck who said she was experiencing pain from a finger injury veered across both lanes of Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road, hit a rock, damaged a sign, then hit a railing before coming to rest a few inches short of the Square Rigger restaurant at the Triangle in Edgartown at […]
Edgartown selectmen began their regular Monday meeting with a simple, solemn tribute to Pat Gregory, the well-known West Tisbury town moderator and Island businessman who was murdered on May 16 while vacationing in California. “I’d like to open the Edgartown selectmen’s meeting with a moment of silence for Pat Gregory,” chairman Art Smadbeck said. After […]
A “ride” turned into “might as well bring a grill and chairs,” and the next thing we knew, six hours had passed in a sandy, sunny, sausage-with-mustard-y haze. A couple of brave souls even jumped into the ocean. That’s one way to clean out those winter cobwebs right quick.
To the Editor: The MV Commission is currently considering an application for 10 residential units, 20 bedrooms total, at the Four Flags development at Edgartown’s Triangle. Those 20 bedrooms could house 40-80 potential residents, if the sewer connection were to be approved and double beds or bunks were to be installed in each of the […]
To the Editor: First of all, I would like to thank all the members of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission who have taken on a thankless job and who try to keep Martha’s Vineyard’s best interest in their hearts. I was vehemently opposed to the construction of the Roundabout. I now have to say that it […]