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Martha’s Vineyard voters agree with the nation

Martha's Vineyard voters march in step with their mainland counterparts. Newcomers will join incumbents at the MVC.

Dede Hagen

A memorial service for Dede Hagen will be held on Saturday, November 10, at 1 pm at the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury.

Corinne Lebovit

Corinne LeBovit died peacefully at home on November 1.

Alberta R. Rose

Alberta (Sylvia) Rose, affectionately known as Betty by all, died at her home in Oak Bluffs on October 30, surrounded by the love and the presence of her family.

Annual Barn Raisers Ball a hit on Martha’s Vineyard

This past Saturday, Nov. 3, the annual Barn Raisers Ball packed the Ag Hall in West Tisbury.

On their way: Designer Ben Scott

He is an artist, a painter, a photographer, and a graphic designer. Now, he is in business with a partner in his own design business.

Author pens third book to raise money for Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard

In 2010, Ms. Tomlinson joined the assemblage of Collette, ee cummings, T.S. Eliot, and all the writers in history who have taken cats as their subject.

Local Vocals at Katharine Cornell boasts Martha’s Vineyard talent

See local singer-songwriters Tristan Israel and Nancy Jephcote in concert this Friday.

Cattrap ministers to feral cats on Martha’s Vineyard

It's a big job for a small, nonprofit organization funded by donations. You can help on November 10, at a Cattrap Inc. fundraiser.

Finches due to swarm over Martha’s Vineyard soon

On the Vineyard as well as in the rest of our region, this will be a bountiful season for these northern birds.

Romance, realism, and comedy in two Film Center screenings

Up next are "Teddy Bear," "The Day I Saw Your Heart," and "The Waiting Room."

Editor’s pick: Events happening this week

Hurricane relief, trucks, and parades head the list of things to do on Martha's Vineyard this week.

Keep it green – storm damage control for plants

Repair and prevention will keep the Vineyard green, despite salty, overbearing storms like Sandy.

Janet S. Brooks

Janet Skora Brooks of Oak Bluffs died peacefully at her family's home in Goffstown, N.

Islanders turn out in force for Tim Fullin at the PA Club

Nearly 500 people attended a chicken dinner and auction to benefit Tim Fullin Saturday. The result was a generous outpouring of support.

Time to Vote – Do Your Duty

Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm, in all six Island towns. The Martha's Vineyard Times will post results here as soon as they are available.

Political messages not from Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce

The Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce has not authorized, created, or delivered automated political messages by phone, Nancy Gardella, executive director of the Chamber said Monday, November 5.

Martha’s Vineyard residents organize drive for Hurricane Sandy victims

Donations will be collected on Thursday, Nov. 8, from 5 to 7:30 pm at the Edgartown Park and Ride, behind Edgartown Pizza.

Martha’s Vineyard beats Scituate, advances in state soccer tourney

The 11th seeded Vineyarders advanced to the MIAA Division 2 South sectional semifinals to play at third seeded Holliston on Tuesday at 4 pm.

Martha’s Vineyard beats Bishop Stang; Coach Herman gets 200th win

The Vineyarders stopped a three game losing skid and got back over .500 with their first league win of the season.