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Real Estate Transactions: May 24 – 28, 2021

Edgartown May 24, Thomas M. McGrath and Eileen Rogantino, trustees of 68 Winter Street Realty Trust, sold 68 Winter St., Unit 6 to Winter68 LLC...

Mood-evoking images and maritime masterpieces at Louisa Gould Gallery

The Louisa Gould Gallery was one of the few to have stayed open steadily during the pandemic — when allowable, and with strict safety...

Break a sweat beachside

There’s no better time than the now to get back into shape with the Amity Island Running Club this Thursday, June 10, at 5:30...

Afternoon in the Arboretum

Witness the beautiful blooming of the rhododendrons with a tour at the Polly Hill Arboretum Tuesday, June 8, at 2 pm. Join the PHA...

Yoga with furry friends

Take a breather with some alpacas! Island Alpaca will be hosting a relaxing yoga class on Saturday, June 5, at 2:30 pm, with Jason...

Night Heron Gallery adds artists to the co-op

Joining the group of artists and artisans who offer their work at the Night Heron cooperative gallery in Vineyard Haven are four women who...

Joy rides

Since 1884, the Flying Horses Carousel in Oak Bluffs, the oldest platform carousel in the country, has delighted people of all ages. It opened...

When life gives you clams

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Ferrying toward Martha’s Vineyard for Memorial Day weekend, it was the first of many visits to come this summer. It was also the first...

Martha’s Vineyard Bank is presenting sponsor of Beach Road Weekend

Martha’s Vineyard Bank announced that it will be the presenting sponsor of the Beach Road Weekend “350” Martha’s Vineyard Music Festival, held July 23...

Readying for summer, Martha’s Vineyard Museum reopens exhibits

With summer on the doorstep, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum is reopening the remaining spaces previously closed due to the pandemic; the museum is expanding...

Built on Stilts welcomes performance works

The Island’s homegrown community dance festival, Built on Stilts, is gearing up for its August performances at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs. The dance...

Swimming with a friendly octopus

“My Octopus Teacher” arrives at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, June 4, and also screens on Tuesday, June 8, for World Ocean Day....

SSA targeted in ransomware attack

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Updated at 5:30 pm The Steamship Authority is the target of a ransomware attack, which has disrupted its website and reservation system — disruptions SSA officials...

Orr criticizes Tisbury School project

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Tisbury School building committee member Rachel Orr, former chair of the committee, has issued a letter critical of several aspects of the proposed $55...

Fired up about First Fridays

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When First Fridays in Vineyard Haven return for a fifth year, they’ll feature more artists, bands on a floating barge off Owen Park, closed...

An unpleasant postal experience

To the Editor: This letter was sent to the Postmistress, Oak Bluffs. I got in line to pick up a package this morning at 11 am....

Massage therapist pleads guilty to rape, indecent assault

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Former Edgartown massage therapist Sebastian Pattavina, 55, was sentenced to 2½ years in jail and 3 years of probation after he pleaded guilty to...

Ice House Pond set to reopen

In a Facebook post made on Tuesday, the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank announced that Ice House Pond will be open to the public starting...

Harold Bell

Harold Bell, 94, died peacefully at home, surrounded by his children, on May 26, 2021. Harold, or Hank, as his friends called him, was...

Maureen Healy

Maureen Therese Flanders Healy, West Tisbury’s former executive secretary and spouse of West Tisbury select board member Kent Healy, died on May 21, 2021....