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County offers prescription discount service

Dukes County has partnered with Financial Marketing Concepts Inc.

West Tisbury

It feels so cold in the early mornings when I open the door to let the dogs out.

Edgartown special town meeting lacks quorum

Edgartown fell 44 voters short of a quorum last Thursday night.

Dirt bike Sundays

My husband and I have been blessed with a new home at Eliakim's Way in West Tisbury.


To the Editor:On Halloween night, I went trick or treating with my daughter and some friends to the Franklin/North William/Spring Street area of Vineyard Haven.

Claude DeHaro

Claude "Frenchy" DeHaro died on October 18, 2010 in Longview, Washington.

Jane M. Quinson

Jane Misrahi Quinson, 70, of Oak Bluffs died on October 28.

Safety off-line in Chilmark

The Sunday, October 3l, Boston Globe had an article datelined Katmandu, Nepal, and headlined "Cellphone service reaches the top of the world.


Well, that was exhausting.

With Mill Pond in mind – what’s happening to ponds elsewhere in the state?

The town of West Tisbury has begun a discussion about what, if anything, should be done to maintain the Mill Pond, a man-made impoundment of the Mill Brook in the center of West Tisbury.


Big thanks to the Chilmark Firemen's Association for once again hosting its annual Halloween get-together.


Is anyone as relieved as I am to have election season over with? No more being badgered with signs and ads and heated conversations.

By the numbers – the real estate market

Positive trends in Island home sales continued in the third quarter, as home sales increased dramatically in the quarter ending September 30, 2010, while median home prices declined in four of five Island communities.

Oak Bluffs

The beautiful scene of the Oak Bluffs Harbor may once more be viewed on the webcam.


Congratulations to Brian and Noreen Flanders on their new grandson, Avery Paige Flanders, the new son of Brianna and Christopher Flanders.

Island-wide library solutions

As a longtime Edgartown resident, I have watched the current discussion about the renovations to the library with interest.

Civility among the ghosts and goblins

The morning after Halloween, "The Today Show" aired a segment called "Is Civility Dead?", chronicling all the ill (I'd like to use a stronger word, but.

Full disclosure, and a tax satisfaction index

A patron stopped at the Edgartown Library desk last Wednesday and asked when The Martha's Vineyard Times planned to publish its annual property tax listings.