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It’s for the children

Young drivers on Martha's Vineyard would benefit from having a traffic light to negotiate.

A community to thank

Before the school year comes to a close, I want to acknowledge the many volunteers who contribute in so many ways to our school community.

Thanks to all

I thank the entire community of Martha's Vineyard for their continued support of the high school athletic program.

Slow down

Last week, Memorial Day Weekend, I had to drive my poor child to the boat, in a horrible rainstorm, to play soccer.

Not near me, please

My comment is in reference to the

John Ebbs, his gift

Last Saturday there was a memorial service at the Unitarian Universalist Society on upper Main Street, Vineyard Haven.

A great gift and a fresh start

Thimble Farm will continue to be a farm, we learn this week, because of a combination of a generous private owner and generous friends of the Island Grown Initiative (IGI).

A Comment course correction

It's been a vigorous couple of weeks in the Comment weeds on mvtimes.

Martha’s Vineyard’s Featherstone features new media exhibit

One of Featherstone's current exhibits takes a look at iPhone art.

Playhouse plays move to new locations during renovation

The Vineyard Playhouse opens its 2012 Monday Night Special series on June 25 at an alternate location while the Playhouse is being renovated.

Red Cat returns at Ken ‘n’ Beck on Martha’s Vineyard

You could go to Red Cat Kitchen at Ken 'n' Beck every night for dinner and try something new. That's how often Chef Ben deForest is changing his menu.

The Times asks: You know you’re on Martha’s Vineyard when…

Interns Naomi Pallas and Ben Williams asked passersby to tell them what being on Martha's Vineyard means to them.

Windemere auction funds recreation program

The auction funds trips to concerts and plays, an occasional dinner out, and entertainers who are brought in to perform at the Island nursing home.

Betsy Burmeister makes Windemere residents happy

Betsy Burmeister has been the activities director at Windemere Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Oak Bluffs for 16 years.

Derby presents cellphone to fisherman who pulled driver from water

When a car plunged into the water near Big Bridge Friday night, Bob "Hawkeye" Jacobs did not have a cellphone to call for help. Now he does.

Sandra J. Jensen

Sandra Jean Jensen died peacefully surrounded by her family on Friday, June 1, 2012, at Windemere Nursing Home in Oak Bluffs after a prolonged illness.

Granary Gallery on Martha’s Vineyard launches season

Granary Gallery opens Sunday, June 17, with a spring medley of four artists.

Poets share their craft at the West Tisbury library

West Tisbury Poet Laureate Justen Ahren and poet Rebecca Morgan Frank shared their writing with a rapt audience on Tuesday, June 5th.

For 20 years, Edgartown has loved espresso

On Wednesday, Espresso Love celebrated 20 years in Edgartown. In honor of its anniversary, the coffee shop gave away coffee drinks throughout the day.

Martha’s Vineyard boys beat Weston, play for state title Thursday

State title match is Thursday, in this historic year for regional high school boys tennis team.