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MVRHS students dazzle during annual Winter Concert

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Under blue, magenta, and white lighting, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) students wearing all-black outfits performed in the annual 2022 Winter Concert at...

The COVID vaccine bus to return

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Tisbury health agent Maura Valley notified The Times that the vaccination bus will return to Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) “due to high...

Real Estate Confidential: The gift of a new home

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

Charges elevated in armed bank robbery

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An Edgartown man who pleaded not guilty to being an accomplice after the fact to an armed bank robbery at Rockland Trust two weeks...

Time to find a better solution

We doubt the homeless problem on Martha’s Vineyard is going away anytime soon. The lack of affordable housing and rental apartments has been well-documented...

Bank’s gift provides a lift

To the Editor: The Martha's Vineyard Bank Foundation’s recent gift of $10,000 designated for the GoGoGrandparent Program will make it possible for this pilot program...

Shelter to open Thursday

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The overnight shelter on the campus of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services is scheduled to open on Thursday, Dec. 1. The shelter will be operated...

Accusations are hard to overcome

To the Editor:  I was surprised that the M.V. Times issue of Nov. 10 had no mention of the settlement of the long-running legal squabbles...

Islander offered a reliable commute

To the Editor: I thoroughly enjoyed your article on the SSA Islander (“Showing some love for the tub,” Nov. 23). For most of my Monday-through-Friday...

Fire chiefs to host EMT open house

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The Dukes County Fire Chiefs will host an open house for prospective EMT students at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Tuesday, Dec. 6....

Eversource announces energy cost increases 

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Eversource announced on Monday that its customers will be facing increases to their energy costs this winter.  “Many Americans are coping with increasing prices, including...

Cape Light Compact announces energy rates

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Cape Light Compact announced in a press release it set the electricity supply rate for its green aggregation power supply program for the upcoming...

Sign up for a home energy assessment

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An information table for Islanders who want to learn how to make their homes energy-efficient is set up at Island libraries. According to an...

Alfred C.W. Daniels

Alfred C.W. Daniels, 88, formerly of Oak Bluffs, passed away on Nov. 26, 2022.  Family and friends are invited to gather for visiting hours on...

A cautionary tale

To the Editor: The waves gently caressed the shoreline. The water temperature was 76° and the air temperature was 97, and only the beach umbrellas...

MVY Radio awards ’Business Diversity Initiative’ grants

MVY Radio has chosen a recipient for the latest round of quarterly “Business Diversity Initiative” grants to support local and area businesses, according to...

The Jewish perspective on life, death, and the afterlife

Next month, Rabbi Tzvi Alperowitz of the Vineyard Chabad, will offer “Journey of the Soul,” a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish...

‘A Very Vineyard Holiday’

Celebrate the magic of the holiday season on Martha’s Vineyard with “A Very Vineyard Holiday,” created by the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, according...

The holidays are here

All around the Island, folks are getting into the holiday spirit and ringing in the winter season with sparkling lights, festive decorations, and more....

Ferry cancellations possible on Wednesday

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The Steamship Authority issued an alert on Tuesday warning that on Wednesday afternoon through the evening that ferry cancellations are possible due to high...