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The donkey tale we needed

To the Editor, "Bray-ve souls: Donkeys go on the lam", on the donkey escape deserved the front-page attention it received. To learn that two curious...

Made us proud

To the Editor: Wow! Once again, we're so impressed by our neighbors, the people of Martha's Vineyard, and their response to the recent dropping off...

Vineyard pride

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We saw the worst of humanity. We saw the best of humanity. The 50 migrants and refugees from Venezuela were on Martha’s Vineyard for just...

Real Estate Confidential: Room to roam on Martha’s Vineyard

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...

Migrants and refugees are on the move

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  The migrants and refugees from Venezuela have left St. Andrew’s Church for Joint Base Cape Cod. Buses rolled from St. Andrew’s at about 10 am...

How to make donations or volunteer

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Many of you have asked how you can help with the ongoing efforts to provide shelter, clothing, and food to the 50 Venezuelan migrants...

Oak Bluffs nixes mask advisory

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The Oak Bluffs board of health rescinded the town mask advisory at its morning meeting Thursday, citing low CDC risk levels and the lack...

DeSantis may have violated federal law

To the Editor: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s reckless decision to deceive 50 poor and homeless migrants from Latin America into traveling, at Florida’s citizen’s expense,...

Migrants land on Martha’s Vineyard

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Updated September 15 A group 50 Venezuelan migrants, some of them children, landed on Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday. The migrants arrived by plane at Martha’s...

School project is needed

To the Editor: I am a parent of an incoming Tisbury kindergartener and 6th grader as well as a teacher at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional...

Strong schools make strong communities

To the Editor: A simple search inquiring whether facilities play a role in student achievement revealed much about the detrimental impact of deteriorating school facilities...

Are we invested in county government?

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With the recent primary election, it seems an opportune time to reflect and raise questions about where we are and where we are headed. Let’s...

Bass in the ‘new’ Grass

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The fifth annual “Bass in the Grass” art initiative, coinciding with and honoring the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby, is set to...

Tivoli Day in Oak Bluffs

It’s one of the Island’s most anticipated events that waves goodbye to the busy summer season — Tivoli Day — and folks are getting...

Flowers and focaccia art

The Martha’s Vineyard Garden Club brings the Island community another fun and enriching activity as part of their monthly meeting. Head to the Wakeman...

Potters Bowl at Featherstone

Featherstone Center for the Arts welcomes pottery (and soup) lovers to the 11th annual Potters Bowl on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 4 to 6...

Joan Nathan on food and community

The  Martha’s Vineyard Museum hosts a special event with celebrated cookbook author and food historian Joan Nathan on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 10 am...

Poet’s Corner

Vineyard Herreshoff Cup By Don McLagan We come to compete for the Cup From Chappy to the trail of Moshup. Menemsha, V-Haven, and E-town Contend in the Pond and...

Births

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Oona Sal Osnoss Faren Worthington and Oliver Osnoss of West Tisbury announce the birth of a daughter, Oona Sal Osnoss, on August 30, 2022, at...

Christine M. Smith

Christine M. Smith died peacefully on August 23, 2022, at her home in Edgartown. She was 81 years old.  Gesa Christiana Martinoff was born on...