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Oak Bluffs man faces terrorism charge

A 29-year-old Oak Bluffs man is being charged with making a terroristic threat and use of a hoax of device in connection with an...

Real Estate Confidential: A bit of market relief

Real Estate Confidential is a biweekly chit-chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate market, presented by...

Better than expected

“Leave the parking the way ìt is and do the upgrades, why ruin a good thing?”   “Has anyone ever witnessed what happens in the summer...

Working together to allow market

To the Editor: Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society (MVAS) and Vineyard Conservation Society (VCS) are pleased to announce that MVAS will host the West Tisbury Farmers...

An example of collaborative conservation

To the Editor: During April 2022, while we were all focused on passing the housing bank in our towns, two separate articles appeared in the local newspapers announcing...

SSA’s in it for the money

To the Editor:  The SSA has once again shown it is only concerned about itself. In a constructive step, the SSA has agreed to allow a...

Martha’s Vineyard median house price climbs

There’s no time to bask in the glow of the housing bank’s impressive sweep of town meetings and town elections. Tisbury still has an...

Jon Chatinover recognized for assistant coach role

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) announced that swimming Coach Jon Chatinover was awarded the Winter Boys South Assistant Coach of the Year award...

Memorial 5K to return to Martha’s Vineyard

Hospice & Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard announced in a press release it will be sponsoring its 28th annual 5K Memorial Road Race, alongside...

Plant sales are springing up

It’s the season for getting gardens started, and there are plant sales coming up all around the Island. The Oak Bluffs School’s annual plant sale...

Grateful for rescue from fire

To the Editor: On Monday, May 9, my 97-year-old mother’s house in Tisbury burned down. No one was hurt, thank God. Marge Berlow’s rescue and...

Academic honor

Initiated into Omicron Delta Kappa Alley Estrella of West Tisbury was recently initiated into the Western New England University Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the...

MOAA grants scholarship to Jessie Dlabaj

A total of $14,000 went to three high school seniors from Cape Cod and the Islands on May 7. Cape Cod Chapter, Military Officers...

Lagoon Pond beach clean-up

Join the neighborhood as they clean up Lagoon Pond on Saturday, May 21, from 10 am to 12 pm, with a rain date of...

Court report: May 5 to 9

May 5 Janete Correa, Vineyard Haven; 37, assault, breaking and entry for misdemeanor: continued to pretrial hearing.  May 9 Gabriel K. Gutierrez, Oak Bluffs; 26, assault and...

Poet’s Corner

Shady Lane By Lucas Thors Pinch my 29ers and take a guess Just a couple more pumps for posterity Arlo hears the gears and comes running Then we ride Past...

Real Estate Transactions: May 9 to 13

Edgartown May 11, Gerald Atkinson and Joanne Silberg sold 235 Meetinghouse Way to Stefanie Sim, trustee of Beach Shack Realty Trust, for $1,900,000. May 11, David...

Responding to MVC on ‘Aidylberg III’

To the Editor:  The Island Elderly Housing (IEH) board of directors offers this memo in response to the articles published in the Vineyard Gazette and...

Michael Peter Nowakowski

Michael Peter Nowakowski, 69, passed away peacefully Friday, April 22, 2022, surrounded by his wife and two children. Michael was born in Torrington, Conn., to...

Donald Francis Brooks Pachico

Donald Francis Brooks Pachico, 86, of Vineyard Haven, passed away on May 13, 2022, at his home. He was the husband of Judith Ann...