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Where are they now?

To the Editor: Three years ago, this month, on the eve of a vote for the Tisbury School's fate, a group of 14 Vineyard Haven...

Stop the use of glyphosates

To the Editor: This letter was originally sent to Eversource vegetation management.  I am writing to respond to the period of public comment regarding Eversource’s plan...

Clara Silva Rabbitt

Clara Silva Rabbitt died peacefully on Sunday, April 4, 2021, at her home in Vineyard Haven, a few months shy of her 100th birthday...

Ralph E. Sherman

Ralph E. Sherman of Chilmark passed away on Saturday evening, April 3, 2021, at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He was 88 years...

Made on MVY: Kylee’s Essentials

Kylee’s Essentials is a local apothecary company. Shop owner Kylee Willoughby is a mother and certified wellness consultant who has a lifelong passion for...

Climate Solutions: Going solar when you can’t do it at home

Part of the vision of a 100 percent renewable energy Island includes large, community solar arrays around the Island. What is community solar? Most important,...

So happy together

Enjoy growing fresh herbs, fruits, vegetables, and other plants at home in convenient garden pots. They may not all get along, though, so Emily...

Cooking up a classic

Join Chris Look as he prepares Chicken Cordon Bleu in this month's virtual cooking show from the Edgartown library. Tender chicken is stuffed with...

Spring food drive

Help the community by filling a hay wagon with donations for the Island Food Pantry. The M.V. Agricultural Society is accepting all non-perishable, unopened,...

Island libraries screen ‘Beyond the Mask’

The Chilmark library offers the public the opportunity to self-screen the film “Beyond the Mask” April 8 through 12. Then on Saturday, April 10,...

Pump the brakes on SUP

The shared-use path (SUP) proposed now under construction (and delay) by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven should...

End the filibuster

To the Editor: The filibuster is the procedure used to block or stop debate in the Senate on particular bills by debating them at length....

Don’t take a chance on synthetic turf

To the Editor: The following letter was submitted to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission. I am writing to urge you to not permit the use of an...

Make the tough, right choice

To the Editor: The following letter was submitted to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission about the school field project. Thank you, commissioners, for your investment of time...

Don’t allow commercial fishermen to take more stripers

To the Editor:  The following letter was also sent to the state Division of Marine Fisheries about proposed striped bass regulations. Thank you for the opportunity...

Library presents community poetry reading

On Sunday, April 25, from 4:30 to 5:30 pm, the West Tisbury library presents an online Community Poetry Reading via Zoom. The event will...

The Times welcomes Bluedot Living

The Martha’s Vineyard Times Company will launch Bluedot Living, a sustainable lifestyle magazine, in late May.  Bluedot, published in a partnership with Bluedot, LLC, an...

Fernandes refiles private utility line bill

State Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth, has refiled legislation that would protect homeowners from surprise costs associated with private utility line upgrades and repairs.  “This bill...

Online art reception at the library

Throughout the month of April, the West Tisbury library’s Virtual Gallery will feature “Table for Two — The Café Series.” This exhibit includes the...

M.V. Community Services honors milestones, presents awards

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) held its annual staff and volunteer recognition ceremony via Zoom in late March. According to a press release, the...
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