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Felix Neck offers education with safety protocols

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Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is offering outdoor homeschool and afterschool options for Island students, according to Felix Neck naturalist and educator Liz Dengenis. For the...

Visiting Vet: The call of the lily

The call came in around 7 pm from a longtime seasonal resident who had recently moved here year-round with her cat, Coral. Coral enjoyed...

Births

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Katherine Jane Morrison Maggie Morrison and Alex Morrison of Edgartown announce the birth of a daughter, Katherine Jane Morrison, on Sept. 22, 2020, at Martha's...

Court report: Sept. 19 – 25, 2020

Sept. 19, 2020 Evan T. Booker II, Philadelphia, Pa.; DOB 10/11/91, OUI-liquor or .08%, negligent operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, failure to stop/yield:...

Real Estate Transactions: Sept. 21 – 25, 2020

CHILMARK Sept. 24, Norma I. McDonald sold 12 Peases Point Way to Joseph Chapman and Susan Chapman for $625,000. Sept. 24, Barbara Stratton sold 31 North...

Pandemic has kept legislators busy

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To the Editor: Our community has faced tremendous loss over the last few months. Loss of jobs, loss of income, loss of time with others,...

Steamship Authority cancels some ferry crossings

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The following trips on WEDNESDAY 09/30/2020 have been canceled due to Weather conditions. M/V ISLAND HOME 6:00AM Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven M/V KATAMA 6:30AM Woods...

Recruits get real-world training

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Island police and fire, with a boost from future police officers, were able to successfully rescue an elderly man who went missing late Monday...

William Philip Reynolds

William Philip Reynolds, 75, of Edgartown passed away on Sept. 27, 2020, at his home. A complete obituary will appear in a later edition...

Baker announces reopening for low-risk communities

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Updated Sep. 30 Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, low-risk communities — which include the six Island towns — can transition to step two of phase three...

EduComp is closing permanently

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EduComp in Vineyard Haven is closing down after serving the Island community for the past 40 years. According to a post Monday on the classic...

S. David Cronig

S. David Cronig, the last of five Cronig siblings, died at 106 with his family by his side on Thursday, Sept. 24, in Vineyard...

Trump supporter’s house shot at, sign vandalized

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A home in Oak Bluffs owned by a man who supports the Trump-Pence ticket recently had a window broken by a BB and a...

Edgartown extends seasonal liquor licenses

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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Edgartown selectmen approved extending seasonal liquor licenses to Dec. 15. Rosewater Wine & Spirits owner Julia Tarka brought the original request...

Theodore Chandler Howes

Theodore Chandler Howes was born on Dec. 5, 1959, in Waterloo, N.Y., and passed away early on the morning of Sept. 14, 2020, leaving...

Shop and watch locally

To the Editor: Once our retailers' doors swung open, post the imposed COVID lockdown, I made an effort to avoid one-clicking on Amazon to support...

Love in plane sight

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Ivan Margolin’s girlfriend, Kate, got quite the surprise on Thursday, Sept. 24, when a plane flying a banner that read “Kate, will you marry...

Nantucket sees jump in COVID-19 cases

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Nantucket Cottage Hospital (NCH) has reported 19 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday, according to a statement from the hospital issued Monday. Nantucket officials have...

Take action to bring about change

To the Editor: The Times editorial “Create a climate for change” (Sept. 23, 2020) sounds a much-needed alarm about the effects of climate change —...

Island mourns death of Adam Friedman

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The body of longtime Martha’s Vineyard Airport employee Adam Friedman was found in West Tisbury Saturday, according to a statement from the West Tisbury...