Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Home Video

Video

Defendant in Voshell shooting death released on bail

Joseph (“JoJo”) Noe walked out of Fall River Superior Court Friday with a GPS bracelet around his ankle after posting $50,000 in bail. Outside, several members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, some wearing masks,...

WWII-era munition detonated in Edgartown

State Police and military personnel executed a controlled detonation of a World War II rocket at the Edgartown landfill Thursday morning. Edgartown Police, Fire, and EMS were on hand, along with other municipal personnel....

SUV plunges into Menemsha Channel

  UPDATED July 29 A Land Rover SUV went careening into the water near the Coast Guard boathouse in Menemsha Tuesday evening, somersaulted as its nose hit the water, and landed on its roof, according to...

You’re gonna need a bigger screen

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdSt8l14UBs&feature=youtu.be A whirl of a projector and the crackling of a radio piped in from a transmitter filled the gravel M.V. Ice Arena parking lot. Families and friends gathered in their cars to stare up...

Jabberwocky holds virtual Fourth of July Parade

Camp Jabberwocky continues to be a source of pure positivity for the Vineyard community after taking its own approach to socially distanced Fourth of July festivities. Normally, Jabberwocky puts on an incredible show for the...

Floyd killing sparks Oak Bluffs rally

Updated June 1 Scores of people gathered in Dennis Alley Park (also known as Waban Park) Sunday morning in condemnation of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis Police officer.  That officer, Derek Chauvin, according...

Marathon journey hits a roadblock

Today was supposed to be it — the day she had been training for, the day when the hard work of more than four years came to fruition. After months of pain, acupuncture, specialized...

Wildlife experts solve security camera mystery

 Recent security camera footage at a Tisbury home captured a small animal scampering through a yard. Baffled, the homeowner reached out to The Times, inquiring if it might be a weasel. The homeowner’s instincts...

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 Island musicians did the same. We reached out to musician...

Chilmark students practice handwashing

Amid concerns about the potential spread of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, Chilmark School is having its students practice their handwashing technique with a special lotion that shows how germs...

Pie guys

George, the pie editor The Saturday meeting of the Pie Guys — Brian Dowd and Lucas Thors, with a minor role for Rich Saltzberg — is all my doing. It all started with some boasting by Brian...

Finger lickin’ fantastic

There’s a specific look people will give you when you say you’re going to eat a fried chicken sandwich with doughnuts for a bun. It’s a look that says, this jabroni is a few...

What do you say?

Unless you grew up on Martha’s Vineyard, there’s probably a good chance you’ve mispronounced a town, a pond, or some other landmark on the Island. The names on teal and white signs confound visitors. People...

A fair-size feast

  It’s been a year since our intrepid reporter and stunt eater Geoff Currier tackled the monumental task of consuming as much fair food as possible without ending up in the medical tent. This time around,...

Oak Bluffs gets lit for Illumination

Lit lanterns looked lively on Grand Illumination Night in Oak Bluffs Wednesday night. The mid-August celebration was the 150th for the Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association and the celebration was filled with music, cheers, colorful...

South Beach reopens after shark scare

Updated Aug. 2 South Beach in Edgartown was closed to swimming for much of Tuesday afternoon due to a shark sighting. The beach reopened for swimming at 4 pm. The shark was apparently spotted about 60...

David McCullough puts his stamp on immigration

Prominent American historian David McCullough unveiled a piece of American history at West Tisbury Post Office Friday. McCullough, who recently released “The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West,”...

Bomb threat closes airport temporarily

Updated 9:35 am Martha’s Vineyard Airport was closed for about 3½ hours Tuesday morning due to a bomb threat, but reopened after a bomb-sniffing dog did not find anything suspicious, assistant airport manager Geoffrey Freeman...

VTA driver strike continues

Updated July 2 Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) drivers have entered the second day of a strike.  The number of drivers on strike has grown, according to driver Richard Townes with both full-time drivers and a part-time...

SUV erupts in flames at State Beach

Updated at 3:35 pm Edgartown firefighters knocked down a fire that engulfed an SUV on Beach Road by the State Beach dunes Monday afternoon. Edgartown Fire Chief Alex Schaeffer told The Times his department attacked...