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Vanessa Williams of Dobbs Ferry, N.

Cleaning up, leaning ahead

Place orders for fall-planted bulbs and seed garlic now, if you have not done so already: the choice is diminishing daily.

Hunting for the cause of shoulder pain

His temperature was a bit elevated, but this is not uncommon in excited, active dogs. After a quick look at his general demeanor I went right to the gimpy leg, beginning with the foot.

Best Fest is a musical farewell to summer

It starts with a parade up Circuit Avenue and ends with multi-band and DJ performances at two Oak Bluffs bars.

Smooth as butter: G-Love and company play Flatbread

The Butter Band, featuring members from G. Love and the Special Sauce, Ghosts of Jupiter, Dub Apocalypse, and the J. Geils Band will perform at Flatbread on September 6.

Colman D. Shattuck

Colman's family would like to extend their sincere appreciation and gratitude to Dr.

Sandy Bristoll

A memorial service will be held at the Edgartown Lighthouse on Saturday, September 14, at 10 am, with a brunch to follow at the Harbor View Hotel.

Community Services reaches out to grieving staff and clients

To the Editor:Martha's Vineyard Community Services expresses sincere condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Christopher Sears, on the occasion of his untimely...

Supporters all

To the Editor:Ben and Sally Taylor and fellow musician Noah Stuber wowed a sold-out audience in their benefit performance Tuesday, August 27, at the...

Please return

To the Editor:I'm asking whoever stole the silver and blue Cannondale from in front of the Good Dog Goods, please return it. No questions...

He’s confused

To the Editor:I ask the State Ethics Commission, how can it rule that Dan Wolf, who was running for governor, is in violation of...

Not good advice

I was most interested to read SamTelford's info [Sam Telford from Tufts talks tough on ticks at Chilmark meeting, August 28] regarding the life cycle of the tick and the most risky times of year.

She can’t hear you now

Tara Kenny, a graphic designer, does design work for The Times and many other customers.

He has a plan for you

To the Editor:It must be a relief for you to be out of the headlines – The Gazette, The MV Times, even the Boston...

Business brief: Jennifer Klein joins The Yoga Barn

Jennifer Klein, licensed massage therapist, announced that as of September 9 she will see clients out of The Yoga Barn at 1 Red Barn...

July homes sales highest since June 2006

Others have expressed concern for the state economy.

Business brief: Vineyard will host Gyrokinesis workshop and New York instructor

GYROKINESIS®, founded more than 40 years ago by Juliu Horvath, is a seated and mat-based movement class where postures are not held for long periods of time but are smoothly and harmoniously connected through the use of breath enhancing aerobic and cardiovascular techniques, allowing users to stretch and strengthen muscles, while simultaneously stimulating and strengthening connective tissues in and around the joints of the body, according to a press release.

Police arrest three men with $15,000 worth of prescription painkillers

Police found a bottle containing 268 Percocets and said the suspects had lengthy criminal records.

Oak Bluffs selectmen edge toward a decision on East Chop Drive

The Oak Bluffs selectmen roads and byways committee held a well attended meeting last Thursday to discuss the future of East Chop drive.

Housing Trust will buy apartment building in Vineyard Haven

The one- and two-bedroom units will be rented to income qualified Islanders