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All dressed up for Howl-loween

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We asked you to send in your pets in costume for Halloween. Thanks to those of you who did.

An unorthodox Halloween still yields candy and fun

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Updated Nov. 2 Vineyard kids faced the prospect of a Halloween devoid of trick-or-treating because of the pandemic. But across the Island, solutions were found...

Five new COVID-19 cases Friday

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Five new cases of COVID-19 reported Friday make 19 new cases since Monday as Martha’s Vineyard continues to see an uptick in positive tests...

Air Force munitions not Navy focus on Nomans Land

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The Navy isn’t focused on cleaning up anything fired at Nomans Land by the Air Force, according to information emailed by a naval spokesperson....

Tony’s Market reopens

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Updated Nov. 3 Tony’s Market has reopened. The market closed Friday as a precautionary measure after a part-time employee tested positive for COVID-19. Owner David...

Times phones are out of service

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The office telephones at The Times have been out of service for several days and our service provider has told us they may not...

Teach Me: Calligraphy

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What do Leonardo Da Vinci, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Zhang Heng, Donald Glover, and Emma Watson all have in common? They’re polymaths —...

Murray given one-year probation

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Caleb Murray was given one year of pretrial probation in Edgartown District Court Friday. Murray, 27, of Chilmark, was arrested in June during a Five...

Rural Scholars identify food needs on-Island

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Six scholars from the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst medical school gave a presentation on how to improve food access for underserved populations on...

ZBA approves cannabis special permit

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The West Tisbury zoning board of appeals voted unanimously Thursday night to grant Patient Centric a special permit to operate a recreational marijuana outlet...

Schools rise to the challenge

To the Editor: We at NAMI MV (National Alliance on Mental Illness) want to thank Superintendent Matt D’Andrea, Assistant Superintendent Richie Smith, and director of...

Chappy tower trial moves to Boston

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A Superior Court trial focused on a Martha’s Vineyard Commission approval of a cell tower at 14 Sampson Ave. on Chappaquiddick failed to conclude...

Leslie’s to close permanently at end of year

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Leslie’s Pharmacy, which reopened its doors to the public earlier this week, has decided to close its business for good at the end of...

Oak Bluffs changes course on Halloween

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Updated 6:55 pm In an eleventh hour decision, Oak Bluffs selectmen rescinded their vote to close Vineyard Avenue to vehicle traffic for trick-or-treaters on Halloween...

Island mask makers on call

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With a relative plentitude of masks available for frontline workers and members of the public, folks who dedicated much of their time to making...

West Tisbury contemplates food trucks

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Following what was described as a brief and preliminary inquiry by Little House Cafe about food truck parameters, members of the planning board came...

New Halloween guidance issued by Tisbury

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With Halloween just two days away, Tisbury has issued new guidance based on a discussion held during Tuesday’s select board meeting. Earlier this month, the...

The Gleaners

Collecting excess produce from local farms and distributing it to people in need is not a new concept: It's been going on for centuries....

A hard rock life

Two new fifth grade students arrived at the West Tisbury School. One, Ram Wingood, was a boy who had just moved to the Island...

Design Q + A: Making a great room in Harthaven

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The project: A family wanted a renovation of a Harthaven home that would include creating one large gathering space from several smaller rooms. The...
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