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Vineyard gridders thwart Warriors, 15-7

Ivan Shepherd capped off a 75-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run and added a two-point conversion with 1:47 left in the fourth quarter...

Saudade: News from and for the Brazilian community/Notícias de e para a comunidade brasileira

A tradução deste artigo se encontra no final da versão em inglêsFair warning, this column is utterly personal, and many Brazilian Islanders would not...

Truck rolls over on Metcalf Drive

Updated Nov. 6At approximately 4:30 pm Friday, police and Edgartown emergency services responded to a Toyota Tacoma that had rolled over into the woods...

Hanavan bows out with fanfare

Tisbury and state officials gathered in the Tisbury Police Station Friday afternoon to honor outgoing Police Chief Dan Hanavan. Harbormaster John Crocker, town administrator...

Edgartown emergency crews receive cardiac awards

Edgartown Police Department, Fire Department, and emergency medical personnel were recognized at an awards ceremony Friday for their efforts in saving a man’s life...

Sponsored: Real Estate Confidential: What does $14 Million buy on the Vineyard

Real Estate Confidential is a weekly chit chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard real estate market, by...

Deer Run residents raise concerns about new MVRHS track

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School held a public forum Thursday night to get input from abutters about the construction of a new track....

SSA issues travel advisory for Saturday

Updated at 8:30 pmThe Steamship Authority has canceled the following trips due to weather conditions:MV ISLAND HOME 8:30 pm Woods Hole to Vineyard HavenMV...

Barnes Road project continues for a few more weeks

Construction on Barnes Road in Edgartown and Oak Bluffs will continue for the next few weeks.Edgartown town administrator James Hagerty told The Times...

Tisbury to host MVP listening session

On Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7 pm in the Tisbury Senior Center, 34 Pine Tree Road, the town of Tisbury will host a “listening...

Colin Butler

Colin Butler of Oak Bluffs died on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, at Massachusetts General Hospital, due to complications resulting from a fall. He was...

‘Huge shoes to fill’

With next week’s election, the “father figure” of the Edgartown courthouse family will end his 42-year reign as the respected clerk of Dukes County...

John Thomas Hughes Jr.

John Thomas (“Jack”) Hughes Jr., 67, of Vineyard Haven, died on Wednesday night, Oct. 31, 2018, at the McCarthy Care Center in Sandwich. He...

Cohasset tops Vineyard Field Hockey in state tourney, 1-0

The MVRHS field hockey season came to an end Thursday afternoon at Cohasset High School. Maggie Lucier’s goal midway through the first half held...

Dog killed by hit-and-run driver

To the Editor:To the man speeding in his dark Toyota pickup truck who hit head-on and killed our 2-year-old chocolate Lab on Lambert's Cove...

Liman and Squibnocket Farm bury the hatchet

Hollywood director Doug Liman and Squibnocket Farm, a well-to-do subdivision, have agreed to an armistice in the legal battle over the Squibnocket Bridge (or...

Oak Bluffs woman finds nail in candy

For one family, Halloween went from fun to alarming.Veronika Buckley of Oak Bluffs found a nail sticking out of a Hershey’s chocolate bar...

Putting leftover Halloween candy to good use

After last night, chances are you somehow ended up with an extra bag of miniature Kit Kats, Hershey Bars, or whatever candy selection your...

Supporters don’t have all the information

I have to wonder if any of Laura Marshard’s “supporters” read the transcripts of the eight days of the Board of Bar Overseers hearing,...

Megyn Kelly ruined Halloween for all of us

Halloween was one of the few holidays when you could have a good time, run around the neighborhood without your parents, and eat enough...