Monthly Archives: January 2014
An update on the new web site
The roll-out of the new mvtimes.com site continues, with many comments from readers – as part of the comment feature visible to all readers as...
No medical marijuana dispensary for Martha’s Vineyard
Friday, the Department of Public Health awarded a total of 20 marijuana dispensary licenses statewide. Dukes County was not on the list.
Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival’s new director
AJ Wiliams, president of a Boston event planning company, takes the helm in the October festival.
The chef’s story: Justin Melnick of The Terrace
Mr. Melnick began working in restaurants at age 15 in Amherst. Now he is head chef at The Terrace in Edgartown.
Doctor in the produce aisle; ex at the dinner party
The doctor in the produce aisle and the ex at the dinner party.
On their way: Alicia Agnoli focuses on community health issues
From Martha’s Vineyard to Princeton to Tufts Medical School and a future in medicine and public health.
Sara Thompson, still 17, writes from Portland, Oregon
Learning the way metal behaves.
A new bend on yoga
Online classes turn any home into a yoga studio.
Winter workout gear
The best of cold-weather active fashion from local retailers.
A story published January 23, “State’s shift to Obama care is far from smooth,” gave an incorrect telephone number for the Massachusetts Health Connector....
MV boys defeated by Coyle Cassidy, 4-1
Eastern Athletic Conference rivals Martha’s Vineyard and Coyle Cassidy faced off Wednesday afternoon at the MV Arena with first place on the line. WIth the...
Oak Bluffs board approves bowling alley plan
After revisions to accommodate abutting residents and the board, the developer gets unanimous approval.
Oak Bluffs selectmen move two long standing issues along
Regulations on food carts passed narrowly; downtown blight by-law sent to planning board.
Tisbury selectmen, public review new parking lot redesign
The latest version of the Water Street parking lot features more parking, no bathrooms.
IGI unveils plan for Thimble Farm
The Island Grown Initiative plan includes meat processing, housing, and a new green house.
Vineyard Montessori School will add fourth grade to program
The Island’s only private elementary school said it is responding to community interest.
On Martha’s Vineyard, women embraced by hunting’s bonds
No longer a man’s sport, hunting draws three Island women who describe their love of the lifestyle.
Tisbury police cite driver who demolished hydrant
Just before 5 pm, Saturday, Tisbury police, EMS, and fire rescue crews responded to a report of a car that had struck a fire...
Tisbury selectmen plow through a busy winter agenda
The Tisbury selectmen welcomed a new police officer and Department of Public Works director this week.
Edgartown selectmen approve tree removal on South Water Street
Edgartown selectmen agreed Monday to the the removal of four trees on the corner of 101 South Water Street and Dunham Road. General contractor Gerret...