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Pandemia do COVID-19: Práticas seguras para compra de alimentos, comida de take out, e...

Têm surgido muitas perguntas sobre sugestões de protocolos para comprar comida e gasolina. Os Gerentes de Emergência de Martha’s Vineyard consultaram o Corpo de...

Stay safe at grocery stores, gas stations, home

The Martha’s Vineyard Emergency Managers have consulted with the Medical Reserve Corps and local doctors for best practices to help keep residents safe. The...

Virtual viewing with the Film Center

Enjoy viewing the M.V. Film Society's latest releases in the comfort of your home. The team at the Film Center have provided a virtual...

Parents-to-parents with M.V. Family Center 

Stay in touch with other parents and learn about the virtual programs and activities available for families. Join the M.V. Family Center staff in...

Learn about nature with the Trustees

Experience the wonders of nature at home through inspirational lessons and ranger reports. Virtually join the Trustees M.V. on Monday, April 9, for live...

After road closure, Five Corners reopened

Updated, 4 pm FridayBeach Road was closed and Five Corners “heavily flooded,” according to a Tisbury Police Department post earlier today. The roadway has...

Poet’s Corner

Two Poems by Gerald StorrowThe appetites we brought To dinner at our house Were small. Food was good, But what we wished to eat, Beyond the veggies and...

SSA cancelations into Saturday

Updated 8:30 am, SaturdayThe following trips on Saturday 04/04/2020 have been canceled due to weather conditions.M/V WOODS HOLE 8:15AM Woods Hole to Vineyard HavenM/V...

Hospital grateful for donations of PPE

Islanders have rallied to help collect and, in some cases, create personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital communications director Katrina...

Kissin’ don’t last, cookin’ do

To the Editor,Our friend and frequent visitor to the Art Cliff Diner, Toby Condliffe, got us hooked on Gina's cooking. Your story on her...

Muriel L. (Doane) Bye

Muriel L. (Doane) Bye, 86, of West Tisbury, formerly of Melrose, died on Friday evening March 6, 2020 at Care One Wilmington following a...

Falmouth sees ‘significant increase’ in COVID-19 cases

Updated 6 amThe town just a ferry ride away has shown a “significant increase” in COVID-19 cases, according to a press release posted by...

Webinar for nonprofit employers

The M.V. Nonprofit Collaborative plans a webinar Thursday, April 2, from 9:30 to 11 am via Zoom Workshop for nonprofit employers addressing the impact...

Emergency fund makes first grants

An emergency fund set up to help Island nonprofits has already awarded $54,000, according to a press release issued by Emily Bramhall, executive director...

Olivia Nunes Irizarry

Carla Irizarry and Michael Irizarry of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Olivia Nunes Irizarry, on March 31, 2020, at Martha's Vineyard...

Buy a bag for Island Grown Initiative 

For the month of April, Island Grown Initiative will receive $1 for every reusable $2.50 Community Bag purchased at the Stop & Shops in...

Eve Lena Leonard-Mercier

Kelly Leonard and Tim Mercier of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Eve Lena Leonard-Mercier, on March 27, 2020, at home. Eve...

Real Estate Transactions: March 9 to 27, 2020

CHILMARK March 17, Walter S. Gifford and Margaret L. Charpentier, trustees of the Mary Lee Gifford Irrevocable Trust, sold 6 Yardarm Lane to Chappaquoit Partners...

A message of hope

To the Editor:On this day that can be considered very dark and uncertain, I thought about sending this message of hope to the people...

An Island stimulus for local business

To the Editor:The successful passing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act last week should bring-much needed relief to our Island...