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Sounds of summer

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The Friends of M.V. Concert Series have announced the lineup for the summer of 2023 shows, including New Orleans funk legends and a pair...

Raising the (oyster) bar

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What’s the first food someone might associate with Martha’s Vineyard in the summertime? It sure isn’t grapes. For me, oysters are the quintessential foodstuff of...

Jam-packed

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A live music event at the Strand Theater in Oak Bluffs Saturday evening opened up a whole new world of possibilities for performances on-Island. The...

Museum hosts its first Earth Day jubilee

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Around 300 people gathered alongside 18 different conservation organizations to celebrate Earth Day at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum this past Saturday. After hitting the beaches...

West Tisbury shoring up ADU pilot proposal

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West Tisbury officials are solidifying a document they hope to put to voters that would create a pilot program incentivizing homeowners to build attached...

Pinewood Derby: On track

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The Ag Hall in West Tisbury was packed with excited racers and onlookers Saturday morning as the annual Martha’s Vineyard Pinewood Derby got underway. Hosted...

Committee pushing special town meeting after ADU rejection 

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Updated March 15 Sparks flew at a West Tisbury affordable housing committee meeting Tuesday night, as members of the group debated whether to petition for...

Airport terminal fire damages exterior wall and roof

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No one was injured during a small fire at Martha’s Vineyard Airport on Friday morning. Island emergency responders rushed to the airport, arriving around 10:30...

Trans-fur-mation

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It’s almost closing time for Rose Walsh of Oh My Dog MV — she’s covered in fur of all colors, and her clothes are...

Island public schools bring on immigration attorney

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional School District has new legal help in immigration attorney Annelise Araujo, who will facilitate the induction of new Brazilian teachers...

Concerns grow over Howes House project

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Members of the Chilmark select board shared their hesitations on participating in the Howes House restoration project Wednesday, after agreeing that there hasn’t been...

What Are You Watching? ‘The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker’

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Who remembers the homeless hatchet-wielding hitchhiker who won the hearts of many millions when his outwardly charismatic (and hilarious) speech on a local news...

Dr. Ala Stanford headlines NAACP event

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A virtual event hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day featured an extensive discussion with...

High energy

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It’s a little after 7 am — the sun has just peeked over the horizon — when Islander Gabe Bellebuono clips into his fall...

Here’s to you, 2022

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For the Martha’s Vineyard Times, 2022 was filled with delicious food, outstanding musical performances, adventures by both land and sea, and enough community news...

County kicks off Norton Point negotiations

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With the Trustees of Reservations stepping away from their role as stewards and managers of Norton Point Beach, Dukes County Commissioners must work to...

Home sweet home

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The Oak Bluffs library held its first annual Gingerbread House Making Competition on Saturday, Dec. 17, and it was a sweet success, with 26...

A story of freedom

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A new film with Island ties, “Emancipation” starring Will Smith, attempts to piece together the true story of Peter, a slave who escaped his...

Feeding the future

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There are a few imperatives in early childhood development that allow kids to lead the most rich, fulfilling, and healthy lives possible. Having a...

What Are You Watching? ‘What We Do in the Shadows’

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4.5 out of 5 Do you like the zany and witty comedic stylings of shows like “The Office” and other similar sitcoms? Well, if you...