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Spokémon needs your help

To the Editor: Inasmuch as Spokémon will be unwilling to clear bike path debris for the foreseeable future, he asks that everyone dispose of gloves,...

Rename Pease’s Point Way

To the Editor: In the summer of 1925, a small town in Tennessee made a name for itself. The town’s name was Dayton. Most people...

Commission should deny project

To the Editor: The Martha's Vineyard Commission will hold a final public meeting (via Zoom) Thursday, July 2, on the proposed luxury housing development in...

Spread cheer, not the virus

Hello Martha’s Vineyard visitors, we’ve been expecting you. We welcome you every year through our ferry terminals, our public docks, and our airport. We...

Real Estate Transactions: Week of June 15–19

CHILMARK June 19, Robert Soros, trustee of Big Hill Realty Trust, sold 6 Hill Land to Shari Levitan, trustee of CR Trust, for $4,200,000. EDGARTOWN June 15,...

Poet’s Corner: Haikus from coronavirus pandemic time

Beautiful Flowers By Emery Fullin Beautiful flowers We play in the sun all day I love the colors Emery Fullin is in third grade, and lives in Vineyard Haven....

Sign up for the Summer Reading Programs

Starting Monday, June 29, the West Tisbury library’s Summer Reading Programs are going virtual. Sign up anytime before the end of August on the...

Advance Care Planning Workshop

The West Tisbury library and Healthy Aging Martha’s Vineyard invite you to attend an informational Advance Care Planning Zoom session. At this workshop, those...

Births

Levi Louis Thornton Natalie Smith and Dana Thornton of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Levi Louis Thornton, on June 15, 2020, at Martha's...

Academic honors

Graduation Olivia Jacobs of Vineyard Haven, at Hamilton College. James Reynolds of Edgartown, at Hamilton College. Daniel Barnor of Oak Bluffs, at Southern Arkansas University. Alexandra Barlett of...

Variety is the spice of life

Shop for Island-grown produce, original artwork, fine crafts, handmade jewelry, summer flowers, specialty foods, and vintage finds in an open market near Oak Bluffs...

Explore art at a new depth

Nurture your creative self through exploratory art classes that encourage positivity and growth. This is part of the calm, instructional approach of artist Jamie...

She sells seashells by the sea

Transform your grocery errands to a whole new experience by taking advantage of a unique opportunity waiting for you every weekend at a harbor....

Add amenities at the beach

To the Editor: As we approach our town election, and as we move forward together in a difficult time, I have a request to make...

Dr. Susan Whiting Shanok

Dr. Susan Whiting Shanok, N.C. Psy. A. of New York City and Chilmark, passed away peacefully in her sleep early in the morning on...

Still more to conserve

To the Editor: The Vineyard Conservation Society would like to express our deep appreciation for the kind letter by Melissa Lawry (“Thank you, Vineyard Conservation...

Sponsored: Real Estate Confidential: What’s new for fathers

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

Danguole Gabis

Danguole Gabis, a longtime resident of Martha's Vineyard, passed away on June 17, 2020.  For a number of years she taught at the Regional High...

Ila Lou Diamond

Jacquelyn Diamond and William Diamond of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Ila Lou Diamond, on June 11, 2020, at Martha's Vineyard...

Trinity Episcopal Church will not open this summer

According to a press release, Trinity Episcopal Church in Oak Bluffs will not be opening this summer, for the first time in 125 years....