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Katie Cerulle


Birds of a feather

One of the simplest pleasures in my life is enjoying a crispy chicken Parmesan with mozzarella cheese and spaghetti underneath it. Something about that...

Noah Glasgow named Falmouth Academy valedictorian

Chilmark resident Noah Glasgow was awarded valedictorian of Falmouth Academy, a prestigious honor for any high school senior. He told The Times that he knew...

Cumberland Farms offers free coffee

Cumberland Farms is kicking off summer with free coffee Fridays during the month of June, including at the company’s Vineyard Haven location. According to...

Sister act

At my house, we eat a lot of stir-fry and noodle dishes that require a decadent sauce to turn veggies and grains into masterpieces....

Cicadas are emerging, but not on MV

The gentle hum of cicadas is a usual background to a Vineyard summer night. With the hum beginning to get increasingly loud on the...

Candidate forums planned for Tisbury, Aquinnah

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes active and informed citizen participation in government, in voting, and in influencing...

Smaller field, but Falmouth Road Race returns

Organizers of the Falmouth Road Race announced that the seven-mile race from Woods Hole to Falmouth Heights will return this year with a field...

Family dinner

Dinnertime has always been one of the most important parts of my day. Not only because food thrills me more than most things, but...

Get with the times

I was anti-TikTok for a long time. My assumption was that it was a constant stream of 17-year-olds making dancing videos and trying to...

Charter School goes international

The Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School has begun the process of adding an additional curriculum to its offerings called the International Baccalaureate (IB) program....

All you need is lasagna

When I came home from college this winter, I was excited to eat all my usual holiday favorites: Italian gumdrop cookies, lasagna, roast beef,...

Healthcare workers invited to get away from it all

The Nobnocket Boutique Inn in Vineyard Haven wants to show its gratitude and support to New England’s frontline workers. In order to recognize the...

So you want to be a leader?

Longtime Aquinnah selectman Jim Newman won’t seek re-election when his term expires this spring. But while Newman is stepping away, four Island candidates — Arthur...

M.V. Bank Charitable Foundation awards grants

The Martha’s Vineyard Bank’s Charitable Foundation gave $30,450 through grants and donations to local nonprofits in the final quarter of the 2020 fiscal year....

SSA: Technology is ready for reservations

The Steamship Authority announced that they will begin accepting ferry reservations to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket for the 2021 summer season starting on January...