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Rally registers with voters

A group of civic-minded individuals gathered at Five Corners Saturday afternoon for a rally to encourage and even help people to register to vote...

UPDATE: Rinks shut down; 2 new Island cases

Updated 6 pm For the next two weeks all indoor ice rinks and ice skating facilities will be shut down due to clusters of COVID-19...

Three-way race for Tisbury’s two MVC seats

A three-way race for the two elected Tisbury seats on the Martha’s Vineyard Commission is heating up as voters head to the polls over...

Flu clinic open to public on Nov. 7

An Island-wide partnership of health organizations will be offering a flu clinic open to the public on Nov. 7, according to officials at the...

Two new cases of COVID-19 at TestMV

TestMV reported two new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, a woman and a man The asymptomatic testing site has tested 17,281 individuals with 37 positives, 16,945...

COVID-19 scares off Halloween events

Several residents of one of the most popular spots for trick-or-treating on Martha’s Vineyard have decided not to hand out candy and treats this...

Edgartown may get Underground Railroad plaque

Elaine Weintraub, executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard African American Heritage Trail, informed selectmen that Edgartown Harbor is now officially recognized as a site...

No new COVID-19 cases Monday

There were no new cases of COVID-19 reported Monday, but an individual who previously tested positive was retested and tested positive again, resulting in...

A new course for Scott Goldin

When Scott Goldin was offered the job of assistant director at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School, it was not only the culmination of...

Edgartown officers give back through golf

The Edgartown Patrolman’s Association Golf Tournament, which usually accepts donations from local businesses, decided this year was their year to give back. Each year, the...

Ranking the candidates

As early voting begins on Saturday and the general election is set for Nov. 3, voters in Massachusetts will be faced with Question 2...

MVC approves revised DRI checklist

After a nearly 18 month process, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission gave final approval to a  sweeping set of changes to its Development of Regional...

TestMV reports new case

TestMV reported a new confirmed case of COVID-19, bringing the Island’s total number of confirmed cases 85 since March. The new case is a female...

Charter School gets barnyard guests

Kindergarten and first grade students at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School got a special treat Wednesday when a team from Misty Meadows Equine...

Edgartown Harbor gets Underground Railroad designation

The National Park Service’s National Underground Railroad Network has officially accepted Edgartown Harbor as one of its 12 new listings this fall. Edgartown Harbor’s acceptance...

Vineyard sees uptick in cases

Martha’s Vineyard has seen an uptick in cases over the past week. There have been six new cases of COVID-19 reported since Oct. 7. A...

Oak Bluffs closes Vineyard Avenue for Halloween

Vineyard Avenue will be closed off to vehicle traffic this year on Halloween night by order of the board of selectmen. In an email to...

MVBA calls for stop to DRI changes

Updated Oct. 14  The Martha’s Vineyard Builders Association (MVBA) is calling on its members to put a halt to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission from implementing...

Ridin’ with Biden parade makes cross-Island ride

Wanting to raise awareness, encourage voting, and show support, a group of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris supporters took to the streets Saturday afternoon...

COVID-19 patient discharged from hospital

Updated 4:32 pm The patient with COVID-19 admitted to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Wednesday has been released. In an email to The Times Friday, hospital...