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Tony Mottola named MVRHS football head coach

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Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) announced Tony Mottola will be the next person to lead the football team after former MVRHS head football...

EduComp redevelopment proposal revised – again

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved an updated policy regarding the preservation of historic structures on Thursday evening. The policy, presented to the board by...

West Tisbury ZBA gives Farmers Market green light

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The West Tisbury zoning board of appeals unanimously approved awarding the special permit the West Tisbury Farmers Market applied for, allowing the market to...

Airport approves budget and OPEB contributions

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The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission unanimously approved the FY23 budget at their Thursday meeting, with an estimated $12 million in total revenue and approximately...

Housing bank scores another victory

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After sweeping up all six Martha’s Vineyard towns during the annual town meetings, the housing bank was approved at Thursday’s election by a vote...

Island is experiencing ‘mild drought’

The Island is in the midst of a “mild drought,” according to a press release issued by the state Executive Office of Energy and...

Times, Gazette stiffed for Tisbury School ads

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The Martha’s Vineyard Times and Vineyard Gazette won’t be paid for ads taken out for the successful 2021 vote to renovate and add onto...

WT approves food truck at Grange Hall

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The West Tisbury select board voted 2-1 in favor of allowing a one-time permit for food trucks to be present during Climate Action Week’s...

Harvest of the Month: Herbs

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One of the best things about spring is the return of fresh flowers and food from our gardens and local farmstands. Perennial herbs are...

A child’s world transformed in ‘Petite Maman’

“Petite Maman,” the French film by Céline Sciamma, arrives at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, May 13. The superstitious vibes of that day...

Healthy cooking, healthy planet

Food can taste great and be good for you, too. Join Catherine Walthers, food editor at Bluedot Living Magazine, at the FARM Institute on...

All things perennial vegetables

For folks looking to grow their own perennial vegetables in their home garden, Roxanne Kapitan of Garden Wisdom hosts a session to explain what...

The Oak Bluffs school presents ‘Annie Jr.’

Head to the Oak Bluffs Elementary School on Friday, May 13, or Saturday, May 14, from 7 to 8:30 pm, or on Sunday, May...

Nantucket got it right

Ssshhhh, don’t tell our friends at the Inquirer and Mirror or the Nantucket Current, but we found ourselves a little envious of Nantucket’s town...

Military crew disciplined for M.V. stop

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An Air Force Reserve crew that made an unplanned stop at Martha’s Vineyard Airport to pick up a vintage motorcycle belonging to a crew...

When pictures speak

By Kelly DuMar Photographs fill boxes in our attics, and cover our walls and furniture in frames. We store them on our computers and cellphones,...

Screen sharing

After a hiatus of two years, the 22nd annual Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is on track for this month. And there’s plenty going on...

Night Out for Nonprofits

Approximately 200 of the Island’s busiest folks came out last Saturday for the WMVY-sponsored Night Out for Nonprofits at the Portuguese-American Club. There were...

What Are You Watching?

“Outlander” got me through COVID. It probably also saved my marriage. After 35 years together, 30 days isolated in the house in 2020 almost...