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  • End of day at Tashmoo.
    Tim Johnson
  • Calm Vineyard Haven harbor water glistens ike glass.
    Tim Johnson
  • North Water street whaling captain homes under bue sky.
    Tim Johnson
  • Ovid Ward sculpture depicts whaling history outside Old Sculpin Gallery.
    Tim Johnson
  • Whaling Church columns.
    Tim Johnson
  • And a view across Main street to St. Elizabeths.
    Tim Johnson
  • Fog rolls in over the dunes and moors of Aquinnah's south shore.
    Tim Johnson
  • Storm brings large waves to Squibnocket.
    Tim Johnson
  • Peering through the ice at Duarte's Pond.
    Tim Johnson
  • Tim Johnson
  • Anytime is a good time for a slice at Porto Pizza.
    Tim Johnson
  • Museum lights glow as evening begins.
    Tim Johnson
  • full moon.
    Tim Johnson
  • Stars over East Chop Light.
    Tim Johnson
January 19, 2022

Restaurants, food stores, retail shops and farm stands on Martha’s Vineyard keep varying hours. Some have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages, and some close temporarily in the off-season. What follows is a regularly updated list of what is open and what is closed on the Island.

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Test Kit Delivery Is Delayed

January 20, 2022

A shipment of rapid Covid-19 tests to the Island from the federal government was delayed this week, with test kits supplies in most towns depleted.

Former Tisbury Police Intern Sues Town, Sergeant

January 19, 2022

A former intern with the Tisbury police department has sued the town and a police sergeant for allegedly interfering with her efforts to be hired as a police officer.

Aquinnah Eyes Longer Season for Pay Parking

January 19, 2022

Looking to extend the money-making season for beach parking, the Aquinnah select board approved recommendations from a town parking committee Tuesday.

Tisbury Seeks Members for Master Plan Steering Committee

January 18, 2022

The Tisbury planning board is looking to convene a committee of volunteers to help form a master plan steering committee.