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Housing Bank: ‘Keep the Vineyard as we know it’

Members of the proposed Housing Bank MV hosted a forum at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Performing Arts Center to describe to the...

MVRHS student lands job at the airport

Since he was in elementary school, MVRHS senior Max Smith has been enthralled with mechanics: diagnosing problems, fixing things, and making things work more...

Louisiana White wins Islandwide spelling bee

After 17 rounds of $100 words like zenith, diatribe, greengage, and bequeath, sixth grader Louisiana White of the Tisbury School emerged victorious in the...

In the woodlands

Woodland Variety and Grill in Vineyard Haven is an Island gem that has been serving tasty quick bites from their convenience store and quaint...

Congressman Keating to hold town hall on-Island

U.S. Rep. Bill Keating, D-Bourne, who represents the 9th Congressional District including Martha’s Vineyard, will host a town hall meeting on the Island on...

Soil from runway rebuild must be tested for PFAS

As part of the ongoing reconstruction of runway 06/24 — Martha’s Vineyard Airport’s 5,504-foot primary runway — excess soil from the project must be...

The new king of king mackerel

Sixth grader Zak Potter was fishing for bass and bonito off Hedge Fence on the last day of the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and...

Reading ‘Dear Rachel Maddow’

The M.V. Film Center hosts a special event on Saturday, April 27, at 2 pm, featuring author Adrienne Kisner speaking about her new book,...

Shamrocks on the rock

This year’s St. Paddy’s Day is sure to be filled with shamrocks and shenanigans, as events across the Island celebrate the patron saint of...

Putting it to the test

After stepping into the MVRHS gymnasium for the Credit for Life fair, I was no longer a reporter at The Martha’s Vineyard Times —...

Aquinnah selectmen aren’t happy with big blue trucks

When driving toward the Aquinnah Cliffs to catch a sunset or attend a selectmen’s meeting, the big blue trucks coming around blind corners may...

Island police outshoot fire department 7-4

The third annual police department versus fire department hockey game drew hundreds of people to the Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena for a night of...

Aquinnah considers outsourcing for assessors

Aquinnah selectmen and assessors met with members of the Regional Resource Group (RRG) Thursday to discuss the possibility of outsourcing the assessing department.It’s the...

Fishing and boating Styrofoam is everywhere

One year, when Islander Suzanna Nickerson was walking along the beach near the old lobster hatchery looking for seaweed, she noticed the sand and...

Ice hockey heroes

The third annual police departments versus fire departments hockey game drew hundreds of people to the Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena for a night of...

Aquinnah: ‘Tribe’s gaming rights are not without limits’

Aquinnah selectmen met with town counsel Ron Rappaport to issue a letter to the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) regarding impacts of the...

Aquinnah to discuss letter to tribe

Aquinnah selectmen decided at their Tuesday meeting to adjourn before discussing a draft letter to the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) regarding the...

High school: ‘We should go back to the towns’

Superintendent Matt D’Andrea broke the news to school committee members that the past practice of appropriating excess and deficiency funds without town approval is...

Woman who allegedly attacked MAGA hat wearer has Vineyard ties

Former Tisbury resident Rosiane Santos faces deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers after she allegedly assaulted a man wearing a “MAGA” hat...

We meat again

The fifth annual Meat Ball at the Ag Hall Saturday night was a hit again this year, as hundreds of Island meat lovers turned...