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Addressing the Island housing crisis

Every Monday in March, from 6 to 7 pm, Laurel Redington of MVY Radio will host a series of online Zoom panel discussions surrounding...

Making meaning from grief

Hospice and Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard brings a seven-week journey in movement, sound, art, music, and writing to the West Tisbury library. Check...

Writing childhood stories workshop

The Oak Bluffs library will host an “I Remember: Writing Childhood Stories” workshop on Thursday, March 10, from 4:30 to 6 pm online via...

Hollywood and Oscar’s inequality

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The Academy Awards take place on Sunday, March 27 — a night to recognize the finest directors, actors, and films, among other categories. However,...

Births

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Elisa Miranda Deoliveira Fabricia M. Deoliveira and Carlos Deoliveira of West Tisbury announce the birth of a daughter, Elisa Miranda Deoliveira, on Feb. 26, 2022,...

Writing from the Heart: Afraid of ‘other’

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A note from Nancy: The good news is I’m thrilled to announce the publication of my new book, “Memoir as Medicine,” coming out this...

Faith and Climate

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This is the first in a series of guest columns from various writers from a broad spectrum of faith traditions, and those with no...

Cribbage Results

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The Vineyard Cribbage Club got together on Wednesday and played our favorite game at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown. There were 21 players...

Falmouth Academy announces science and engineering fair winners

Falmouth Academy has announced the Vineyard winners of their annual science and engineering fair, now in its 34th year, that took place on Feb....

Poet’s Corner

February By Donald Nitchie  Don’t be glum. Odds are you’ll survive the winter, and probably several more. Why not get your hopes up for warm breezes off water and...

Martha’s Vineyard Islandwide garden competition announced

The MV Times and shances.com sponsor the 1st Annual Martha’s Vineyard Islandwide Garden Competition, opening June 1 and continuing through July 31, 2022.  The shovels...

Rise Vineyard Performing Arts wins big at StarQuest

Dancers from the Rise Vineyard Performing Arts Dance Company traveled to Providence, R.I., on Feb. 11 to 13 to present 30 pieces of choreography...

Islanders selected for Southeast Massachusetts District Band Festival

Four Martha's Vineyard Band students were accepted to perform in the Southeast Massachusetts District Band Festival after a rigorous audition process, according to a...

Sit. Stay. Fly like a bird!

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I was recently interviewing Chip Coblyn about his work with the Substance Abuse Disorder Coalition and he mentioned in passing that his wife Pam...

Police help solve mask mystery

To the Editor:  The COVID pandemic has created many stories, and unlike most, this is a positive one. Recently, a generous donation of almost 100...

MVRHS boys hoopers head to playoffs

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys basketball team is headed to the playoffs after a statement 65-58 victory over Nantucket last weekend.  The win...

O.B. planning board meeting runs hot

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A heated argument over a planned multi-use building at 112 Dukes County Ave. broke out during the Thursday evening Oak Bluffs planning board meeting.  The...

When is enough, enough?

To the Editor: I'm very concerned. In the quiet, leaf-bare landscape of winter, one can see more of the Island than during times when the Island...

John Rose joins W.T. Fire Department

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Updated Feb. 25 Former Oak Bluffs Fire Chief John Rose has joined the West Tisbury Fire Department. West Tisbury Fire Chief Greg Pachico said...

Real Estate Confidential: Remedy for a cold and rainy day

Real Estate Confidential is a biweekly chit-chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate market, presented by...