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Looking backward and … forward

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At this time of year, we should assess how things are going. From my perspective, I am somewhat hopeful. Here’s how. I am hopeful that...

A ride to remember

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During the early morning hours of Jan. 2, Seniel Hannagan of West Tisbury gave birth to the first baby of 2019, while in a...

Making a small place enormous: A love letter to 2018 on Martha’s Vineyard

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It is easy to forget the world beyond Duke’s County living on this Island. It is one of the reasons many of us remain...

Masons serve up Christmas cheer

To the Editor: It was heartwarming to read in the Dec. 27 issue of the MV Times of so many hardworking organizations and individuals that...

Shed more light on Sunrise Movement

To the Editor: When I think about the global climate crisis, I am grateful that Americans are able to rapidly innovate in the face of...

Vineyard Indoor Track takes Boston Holiday Challenge

The Vineyard indoor track teams competed on Friday in the Boston Holiday Challenge at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. Mackenzie Condon finished third...

Part two: The lives they led

In the pages we usually devote to opinions, we’ve decided to celebrate the lives of Islanders who died in 2018. We have included those...

Lies shouldn’t be tolerated

To the Editor: I watched when Donald Trump finally went to visit the troops in a combat zone. Not surprisingly he put the spotlight on...

Previous SSA consultant warned of problems

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Updated January 2 at 7:50 pm The Steamship Authority was described 25 years ago as having a reactive culture, one characterized by continuously “putting out...

Jennifer Gardner

Jennifer Gardner died on the afternoon of Jan. 1 after a long and valiant fight against an inoperable brain tumor. She died at her...

Ask the Geek

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Dear Geek, Another year has come to a close, I can’t believe it. It got me thinking of a good question for you. What are...

Mansion House celebrates 34 years on Main Street

All Islanders are invited to a January Anniversary Slumber Party at the Mansion House: $34 per person based on double occupancy. According to a press...

Eclipse Massage opens new digs in Vineyard Haven

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On Tuesday, Jan. 1, Eclipse Massage Therapy unveiled its latest business venture — Eclipse Studio, “A space for all,” according to owner Antone Dias....

U.S. embassy makes contact with Whelan

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Updated Jan. 4 Paul Whelan, the American man with a Vineyard tie detained in Russia for alleged espionage, has been in contact with the U.S....

Quote of the week

“It’s really a big thing, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket will be the most heavily impacted by it. Overall I think it will prove to...

The Big Question: Music Festival

Would you be in favor of the proposed three-day music festival to be held in Vineyard Haven?

Vineyard icemen take two of three in Granite State

The MVRHS boys hockey team played three games in three days, Dec. 27-29, at the Whittemore Center on the campus of the University of...

Vineyard girls skate past Latin/Fontbonne for second straight win

The MVRHS girls hockey team won its second straight game, topping Latin Academy/Fontbonne Academy, 2-1, in Southeast Mass. Girls Hockey League action , Saturday...

Coast Guard suspends search for missing fishermen

Updated Jan. 2 @ 6 pm The U.S. Coast Guard suspended the search for two missing fishermen from The Mistress, a 52-foot trawler out of...