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Chris Morse, owner of three Vineyard galleries, talks about trends.
At Louisa Gould Gallery: Christopher Pendergast and Maya Farber's paintings, Jeanne Campbell's photos, and Ron Sievertson's glass work.
Heather Capece's art work is being featured this month at the West Tisbury Public Library.
With what is perhaps the biggest Island holiday weekend approaching, Times reporter Mark Kotsopoulos went to find out what some Islanders and visitors are planning to do for Independence Day, July 4.
Island Grown Gleaning (MV Gleaners) would like to extend our sincere appreciation to Morning Glory Farm.
Thinking about the recent beach rescue on Chappy it reminded me of a simple system I put forth to a couple of emergency response people a year or so ago.
In the spring of 2010, Oak Bluffs addressed the flooding problem at the south end of Waban Park by, among other fixes, planting perennials with the ability to soak up the rain as well as survive drought.
Now that school is out, it's time to remind drivers to observe stop signs and other signs for our safety.
Sunday morning, coffee in hand, I monotonously flipped thought the June 23 MV Times that was sitting on my counter.
Thank you to the owner of the Bruins and his son for bringing the Stanley Cup to Marthas Vineyard.
At Camp Jabberwocky, we are the fortunate recipients of this Island's generosity and goodwill throughout the year.
Added to the hospital's emergency room staff, physician assistants can expedite care in the new hospital's emergency room.
A memorial service will be held for Barbara Stix Lipke at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, July 12, at the Grange in West Tisbury.
Donald Leslie Britt, 80, died in Gray, Maine, on June 22.
A memorial service for Leander Carney Brown, 73, of Oak Bluffs will be held in Waban Park (Dennis Alley Park) at 10 am on July 3.
Charles Simberg, 73, of Scottsdale, Ariz.
Eliot Eldridge "Bud" Macy, 90, died on Monday, June 27, 2011 at his Vineyard Haven home.
Several years ago, a property located at the corner of Dukes County Avenue and Masonic Avenue in Oak Bluffs captured the attention of the Island Affordable Housing Fund (IAHF), the neighborhood and eventually the entire Island.
Artist Ingrid Goff Maidoff tells what it's like to find herself a businesswoman.