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‘Kale Blazer’ reaps what she sowed

Three 2019 “Kale Blazers” were honored at the 2019 Farm to School Awareness Day Wednesday at the Massachusetts State House, including one from Martha’s...

Name trend hasn’t reached the Island

Helen Miranda Wilson, a select board member in Wellfleet, put it bluntly: “I’m not a man.”For dozens of towns around the commonwealth, similar sentiments...

Chickens, cows, and sheep, oh my!

The Grey Barn and Farm at 22 South Rd. in Chilmark, hosts a variety of activities during the summer months, including a weekly Kids...

Hot off the (screen) press: Lucy Vincent Apparel

Chandler Cook moved to the Island five years ago with a passion for all things art, and a love for the place that held...

Annual poster contest highlights the Island’s ecosystem

Students gathered Friday in science teacher David Faber’s classroom at the Edgartown School to be recognized for their award winning artistry in this year’s...

Full steam ahead toward summer

As a regular on the Peter Pan bus route to and from Boston, I’m used to squeezing my backpack down the cramped aisle, finding...

Buttigieg plans ‘grassroots conversation’

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Democratic presidential candidate for the 2020 election, will be on the Island Saturday, July 6, for what’s being called a “grassroots...

‘Inclusiveness is the story of 2019’

As the class of 2019 surrounded the Tabernacle Sunday, June 9, clad in white gowns, decorative stoles, and grins from ear to ear, they...

Doh! Nuts about the tasty treats

The MV Times newsroom was put to the test this National Doughnut Day, June 7, when stomachs and taste buds pushed to the limit...

Support for Island families

If you’ve ever taken a look at our events section, you’ve likely seen their classes and groups posted regularly — the Martha’s Vineyard Family...

Prosecutor with Vineyard ties under fire

Updated Wednesday, June 12*A former prosecutor in the Central Park Five case, and seasonal Chilmark resident, Linda Fairstein, is facing intense backlash after the...

Ford driven to help SSA passengers

On a gray, windy, misty May morning, the smile on Dennis Ford’s face shines through the dismal weather as he greets passengers disembarking from...

Tribe, town make their pleas in federal court

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) and the town were back in familiar territory — at odds in Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV’s...

Good eats

The annual Martha’s Vineyard Restaurant Week is upon us, taking place June 2 through 6. The five-day event features opportunities for restaurants to showcase...

All-Star Artist

In April, Vineyard artist M-C Lamarre got an email that only 29 other artists in the country received — she was chosen by the...

Fitness for all

 The YMCA hosts Senior Health and Fitness Day on Friday, May 31, from 9 am to 12 pm, one of the free community events...

MV Hebrew Center to host gun violence forum

The Social Action Committee of the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center will host a Forum on Gun Safety and Prevention of Gun Violence, Sunday, June...

Memorial Day ‘reminds us that freedom isn’t free’

“Somebody smiled on us after two years of rain,” laughed Dukes County Veteran Agent Jo Ann Murphy to the dozens of people gathered in...

March to the Sea honors Ted Morgan

Students streamed from the front doors of the Edgartown School, students with smiling faces and fists full of flowers lining up with classmates in...

A new zest for cooking

As a college student — a college student who is a resident assistant, without a kitchen, for that matter — the back room of the...