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Confirmed COVID cases sit at 52

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The total confirmed case count on Martha’s Vineyard sits at 52, based on reports from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH), Island boards of health,...

55Plus: Memory and Music Cafe

A place for music, conversation, and friendship. Wednesdays, 1 - 2 pm The M.V. Center for Living is continuing to host our Memory and Music Cafe...

55Plus: Elder Law – How to minimize your taxes

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Who likes paying taxes? No one! Below are some ways you may be able to minimize or avoid taxes: REAL ESTATE TAXES Abatements. Contact the...

How lucky are we?

This Thursday we will celebrate National Intern Day, and at The Times there is plenty of reason for celebration this year. We already had intern...

55Plus: Edgartown Council on Aging – August 2020

The staff at the Edgartown Council on Aging continue to provide weekly meal delivery, and outreach services and referrals, Monday through Friday between the...

55Plus: Oak Bluffs Council on Aging – August 2020

Due to the pandemic, all activities here at the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging are paused That doesn’t mean that we aren’t here for you!...

55Plus: Tisbury Council on Aging – August 2020

The Tisbury Council on Aging is still offering services one on one. We are staffed Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Call...

55Plus: Up-Island Council on Aging – August 2020

The Up-Island Council on Aging is excited to announce that we will be resuming some of our programming in the month of August! Meditation...

Steamship Authority books found in order

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Representatives of the auditing firm RSM told the Steamship Authority board at a special meeting Tuesday that the ferry lines’s books are in order....

Wild Side: Counting butterflies

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Perhaps the type of wildlife inquiry I receive most often is about abundance: “Butterflies (or birds, or dragonflies) seem especially scarce (or especially common)...

Calendar chronicles

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It was a sparkling July afternoon, and Ronni Simon and I sat out next to the pool at her home tucked into the woods...

Deadlines for Voter Activity

For state primary on Sept. 1: August 22, Saturday: Last day to register to vote for Sept. 1; go to to town website to get...

Look inside

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There is no better time to seek a little inner guidance than now. Beth Leas, who has been dedicated to transformative healing practices for...

O.B. taps police chief for Fire-EMS restructuring 

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Oak Bluffs selectmen instructed town administrator Robert Whritenour to work with Police Chief Erik Blake to develop ideas for restructuring and defining roles at...

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

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A tradução deste artigo se encontra no final da versão em inglês As I do every year on graduation, I asked some Brazilian students to...

Poet’s Corner

What am I By Valerie Sonnenthal I am the sun on the water's surface a thin layer of warmth fading with day a first memory growing in a...

How to support Island nonprofits

The Martha’s Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative (MVNC) has collected a list of critical unmet needs of Island nonprofits, hoping that the community will come together...

Coming up at the West Tisbury library

At the West Tisbury library on Thursday, July 30, at 10 am, Heather Capece will lead an online Kids’ Pastel Class for ages 7...

Chilmark library hosts Thoreau talk and more

On Saturday, August 8, at 4 pm, the Chilmark library hosts a virtual talk, “Mind Prints: Arrowheads and Thoreau” with Duncan Caldwell. This virtual...

It’s a small world after all

Discover culturally rich, handmade products, including artwork, textiles, bags, dolls, jewelry, sculptures, baskets, olive products, and more, at the World Market in West Tisbury....