Monthly Archives: December 2013
To the Editor:I'll admit it, my wife and I are wash ashores. The first time that we saw the village of Vineyard Haven,19 years...
To the Editor:You may have seen the News in Brief article in last week's MV Times regarding NSTAR's spraying of herbicides under the power...
To the Editor:If you read The Times last week, you learned that the Vineyard Nursing Association is having financial difficulties. The simple truth is...
To the Editor:As a senior at Martha's Vineyard Regional High school, I was truly appalled by the article recently published about the lunch...
To the Editor:Local merchants always seem to be complaining that they are not getting sufficient business from locals. They complained that purchases from Amazon...
Let's try to connect the dots between a new book on public health policy, a promising new program at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, and some...
The Steamship Authority's vision is to do what it has always done, as it has always done it, to do it where it has always done it, to do more of it, and to deflect efforts by its transportation partners in Vineyard Haven and Woods Hole that might lead it to consider new strategies in new places.
The real imaginative opportunity is to find a way to flush the Bernier poison pill and allow the lot to be sold by IHT for commercial purposes (parking perhaps) — but not to Stop & Shop, if Mr.
The Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School student brings a new perspective to old camera technology.
Christmas decorations, gifts, and luncheon items at the Annual Christmas Fair.
Holiday shopping, parades, parties, and art installations on December 7.
From the book Soups + Sides by Catherine Walthers
It's hard to compete with silver tinsel and shiny new sleds.
The Season's Greetings Dance Extravaganza, the annual holiday show of RISE Vineyard Performing Arts, will take place on Sunday, December 8, at the Oak Bluffs School Auditorium.
MVRHS students will prepare feast to benefit their school garden, tonight.
Go Slo Potluck on Sunday will draw attention to endangered local foods.
Gwyn McAllister's one-act play is an offbeat look at the holidays
Island author asks: what would you do, if the world was ending in one week?
New gallery may be the beginning of an artist collective
Parry mentioned a wind facility located near a dairy farm in Glenmore, Wisconsin where the farmer reported reduced milk production from his cows after the turbines went up.