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Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has...

Writing from the Heart: Show or tell

Years ago I read the biography of Armand Hammer, the oil baron. In it he said his mother always said, “Make haste slowly.” I...

West Tisbury: Polly Hill Arboretum

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Daffodils are blooming in a bright yellow crowd across the south-facing front of the old police station. Chief Manter took such pride in them,...

Tisbury: Library community room

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Heard on Main Street: This happened yesterday and is important information. A friend had his second dose of the COVID vaccine in New Zealand...

Oak Bluffs: Neighborhood clean-up

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Do I dare say that I think we have seen the last of snow until next winter? More sun to warm our hearts and...

Edgartown: Farm Institute eggs and dye

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Happy April. The year sure is flying by. Every year I say how fast it goes and every year it seems to go faster....

Chilmark: Senior discussion group

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So-far-not-so-good trying to get vaccinated. I know even if it takes weeks to get an appointment, we are the lucky ones. My brother lives...

Aquinnah: Best of the Vineyard

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This past weekend was Passover, and this coming weekend is Easter, the time of rebirth has begun. While it may not be time for...

Dog Charmer: The fear is real

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Hi Tom, I have a 15-week-old mini aussiedoodle whom I adopted at 13 weeks. The first two weeks were going fairly smoothly until the last...

Visiting Vet: Vaccines for your cat

Like many people, I’ve been thinking a lot about vaccinations lately. When will everyone be able to get one? How to navigate the challenges...

Easter services around the Island

Community Baptist Church at Gay Head in Aquinnah, 1 Church St., Aquinnah Easter Sunday: April 4, Sunrise Service with music, 6:20 am at the church.   Faith...

Poet’s Corner

The Crash of the MV Nantucket Winter 1977 By E. Hass This captain has had way too much to drink The fog rolls in; he cannot see the...

Cronig’s Real Estate broker reaches milestone

Neal Stiller, a broker with Cronig's Real Estate, recently completed his 500th sales transaction on Martha's Vineyard. What makes this achievement extra special is...

SSA accepts entries for calendar contest

The Steamship Authority (SSA) is accepting entries for its sixth annual “Sail into Imagination” art contest for students in grades K‐12 living on Cape...

Births

Blake Buddy Rossi Cassandra Rossi of Jersey City, N.J., and Alexander Rossi of Jersey City, N.J., formerly of Edgartown, announce the birth of a son,...

Academic honors

Dean's list Kanika Datta of Oak Bluffs, at MCPHS University. James B. Angell Scholar Award Elizabeth Williamson of Edgartown, at University of Michigan.  

Court Report: March 15 – 29, 2021

March 15, 2021 Christopher Buehler, Edgartown; DOB 11/27/68, assault and battery on a family/household member: continued to pretrial conference. March 16, 2021 Adison Ribeiro, West Tisbury; DOB...

Real Estate Transactions: March 21 – 26, 2021

Edgartown March 23, Roy M. Hayes sold 16 Meshacket Road to Michael Fuller for $1,840,000. March 23, Gregory Blaine and Tam Blaine sold 35 Watcha Path...

MVRHS gridders drop tight one to Sandwich

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Almost, but not quite. The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) gridders dropped a 13-7 rematch to the Sandwich High School Blue Knights last Saturday...

Chief deserves praise

To the Editor: I would like to take the time to honor and thank Edgartown Fire Chief Alex Schaeffer. He is a wonderful human being,...
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