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The MV Times presents ‘Imagine MV’

Last week, after a video of celebs singing “Imagine” went viral, the staff at The MV Times thought it would be awesome if our...

Don’t flush those wipes

A lot has been made of the toilet paper hoarding during this COVID-19 crisis, but there is a potential side effect to people using...

VTA makes COVID-19 changes

Updated March 23, 2:30 pmVineyard Transit Authority is instituting changes to how riders board the bus.Effective Sunday, March 22, the VTA is asking passengers...

Don’t forget about ticks

To the Editor:At the moment, everyone’s attention is correctly and understandably focused on the coronavirus. Nonetheless, I want to remind you that the threat...

John S. Alley Sr.

John S. Alley Sr., 78, of West Tisbury, died on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He was married to Anna...

Edgartown compiling list of health professionals

The town of Edgartown is seeking retired, semiretired, and/or seasonal public health professionals such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians, dentists, veterinarians, and...

Partners to governor: Islands need help

Partners Healthcare, the parent company of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, asked Gov. Baker to consider whether a ban on travel to both Martha’s Vineyard and...

Beach Road Weekend ticket money is safe

Beach Road Weekend is looking to ease the fears of customers who have already purchased tickets for the three-day concert in July — or...

M.V. Community Services goes mostly remote

M.V. Community Services (MVCS) staff is working remotely until March 31, according to a press release. “There will be a small staff on campus...

Streaming live Sunday nights

With restaurants, bars, and other music venues closed, Island musicians — and musicians all over the world — are looking for ways to sustain...

Rising to the challenge

To the Editor:I have taken minutes for different organizations for most of my adult life, for the county commissioners, the health council, affordable housing...

Let the sunshine in

This week is National Sunshine Week, which was created by the American Society of News Editors “to educate the public about the importance of...

SSA should screen passengers

To the Editor: This letter was originally sent to the Steamship Authority.You can take a new, important role in our Island community.You can use a...

The worst of times bring out our best

These are strange and somewhat haunting times we’re in. Schools closed. Gyms locked tight. Movie theater screens gone blank. You can’t check out a...

Connie McHugh earns pro coach certification in pickleball

Connie McHugh of Airport Fitness received her Professional Pickleball Registry Coach Certification after attending teacher training in Hilton Head, S.C. Fifty professionals from around...

Island Food Pantry receives $5,000 Client’s Choice Donation

The Island Food Pantry received a $5,000 gift from Feiner Real Estate in partial support for a new video production that will highlight the...

Governor Baker announces small business relief

On Wednesday, Governor Charlie Baker announced tax relief measures for local small businesses which have been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, according to...

Riley Craig graduates USMC boot camp

Private First Class Riley S. Craig, 19, of Edgartown, graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island...

Sherman Francis Burnham

Sherman Francis Burnham died on March 14 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital after a brief illness. He was born October 24, 1931, in Oak...

Noreen J. Bettencourt

Noreen J. Bettencourt passed away on Sunday, March 15. Noreen was born at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on February 19, 1948. She had a lively childhood,...