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Dancing the night away

Sparkling dresses, shimmering eyeshadow, tuxes, corsages, friends. It’s a night you’ll always remember, and Saturday night at the West Chop Club, around 175 Martha’s...

MVRHS Track teams are champs!

Updated May 17The Vineyarder girls and boys track teams used a combination of veterans and newcomers to dominate the Cape & Island Track Championships...

Shear delight

The FARM Institute held its ninth annual Sheepapalooza event on Saturday, where around 250 Islanders flocked to the barns to see the sheep sheared,...

Hole foods coming to O.B.

Fritter lovers rejoice! After a long, fritter-less off-season, Back Door Donuts will be reopening Friday night through Sunday, April 21. General manager Josh Biren...

Simpkins competing in Nat’l Ski Racing Championships

Finn Simpkins, an MVRHS graduate and Colgate University sophomore, is competing this week in slalom and giant slalom at the USCSA Collegiate National Ski...

Oak Bluffs library gets a new Steinway

Over the Christmas holiday, David Stanwood delivered a new Steinway baby grand to the Oak Bluffs library. In a video produced by the Times,...

Equestrian Ava Stearns signs with Auburn

Accomplished equestrian Ava Stearns, a senior at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS), signed a letter of intent to join the women’s equestrian team...

Fossil fun at the Oak Bluffs library

Islanders of all ages flocked to the Oak Bluffs library on Thursday for its annual Fossil Day. Falling within the national fossil “week,” as...

MVRHS field hockey player Hailey Meader signs with Nichols College

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) field hockey player Hailey Meader signed her national letter of intent to play for...

Dancin’ in the streets

Summer may be over, but the streets of Oak Bluffs were anything but quiet on Saturday. The annual Wind Festival made for a colorful...

The Hosts: Island inn owners share their tales

Hugh Taylor, the Outermost Inn, Lighthouse Road, AquinnahHow long has the inn been in operation here?Twenty-six years.Briefly, what changes has it seen over...

Martha’s Vineyard rallies for togetherness

 More than 300 people gathered at the usual Five Corners spot to rally for families and reformed immigration policies. Organized by Sarah Nevin of...

M.V. Museum is ready for summer

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum held its annual season-opening event on Friday at its Edgartown campus. Under blue skies, museum staff, board members, and even...

Berried treasures

Morning Glory Farm (MGF) in Edgartown held its annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday. Though the weather was dreary, that didn’t stop Islanders and tourists...

ACE MV Continuing Education and Professional Development

Want an idea of what ACE has to offer? Take a look. Video and post-production by Gabrielle Mannino.

Boys tennis bounce back with a win

MVRHS boys tennis team defeated Dennis-Yarmouth 5-0 in Yarmouth on Wednesday in a non-league match. The Vineyard is now 9-2 on the year and...

Vineyard kids flip for gymnastics

Tucked away down a typical Island dirt road in West Tisbury, the Island Gymnastics facility looks like nothing more than a large, lackluster building....

A shucking good time

Fourteen hundred oysters, 800 clams, 60-plus auction items, and endless fun. The sixth annual Shellfish Extravaganza was the place to be Friday evening, as...

Livin’ the dream, one way or another

When John Oliveira broke his ankle in 2012 playing soccer for Martha’s Vineyard United, he thought his dream of playing professionally was over. With...