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Oak Bluffs police finds missing person

Updated Jan. 1 The Oak Bluffs Police Department have found Catherine Todd, 26 of Oak Bluffs, who went missing early Tuesday morning. Todd was last seen...

Driver pleads to sufficient facts after Tisbury triple crash 

A driver who caused a three-car crash in front of the Scottish Bakehouse last June has lost his license for 45 days. Marcione Vidal...

Grateful publishers

Thanks to our reader community We’ve done our best over the past several weeks to let you know that a big change was coming for...

A way to serve our community

To the Editor: On behalf of our county, the Dukes County Commissioners are soliciting applications for the following appointments: Dukes County Regional Housing Authority (one seat representing...

Thanks from MVSJLF

To the Editor: As 2020 begins, we believe it is important to reflect on the injustices, struggles, and challenges of this past year (and decade),...

Don’t idle

To the editor, Don't idle. Be driven to do the right thing: Turn your vehicle off if you're not actually driving. Did you know that...

Not so inclusive when it comes to beaches

To the Editor, I take issue with a recent editorial in The Times. Here are some quotes from it that describe the Island: "In a...

Oak Bluffs FBI inquiry a mystery

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has made trips to the Oak Bluffs Fire Department for undisclosed reasons, town officials told The Times. Other than...

Vineyarder icemen on a roll

The Vineyarder boys varsity hockey team won the eighth annual Heuchling and Swift Memorial Hockey Classic last weekend at the University of New Hampshire...

The Yard brings Victor Quijada’s RUBBERBAND to the PAC

The Yard continues its research into the extraordinary dance culture of Quebec, especially the potent creative laboratory of Montreal. According to a press release,...

Condon debuts at Harvard track, running relay and hurdle events 

Harvard freshman Mackenzie Condon, a Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School graduate, debuted on the Harvard University track team last month, running the opening leg...

Save the date

As 2020 dawns we can all find something to worry about — the climate, the election, the economy, our jobs, our families, cluttered basements,...

Photographer Andrew Childs reveals ‘Light Beyond Vision’

What if what you see isn’t necessarily what you get? In fact, you get a lot more in Andrew Child’s new book, “Light Beyond...

Photojournalist Allen Green has an eye for good stories and photos

As a photojournalist Allen Green spent a lifetime traveling around the world, documenting moments in history. His work has appeared in numerous prestigious journals...

How can we predict the climate?

This presentation at the West Tisbury library will focus on how modern climate scientists are predicting the future of the earth’s climate, and how...

Teargas, turmoil, tyranny

The Vineyard Haven library hosts a special panel on the turmoil currently seen in Hong Kong. Starting at 2 pm on Sunday, Jan. 5,...

‘Team Building in the Workplace’

“Team Building in the Workplace,” a series of innovative workshops held on Thursdays in the Oak Bluffs library and sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard...

Poetry and Pie

Enjoy a night of beautiful poetry and delicious pie at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 7 pm. Arnie Reisman, former...

Look on the light side

It has been a great holiday season with tons of great food and cheer. It is now a new year, a new decade, and...