Partner your pizza with education on Tuesday, July 22, as a portion of proceeds from Flatbread Pizza sales benefit the Island’s adult education program, ACE MV.

I am grateful to be part of a community that supports the enrichment and cultivation of our human resources.

As the town meeting season begins this spring, I hope that all Island residents will support funding for our Adult Education program, which has been offering classes to all of us for the last six years.

The friends and board of ACE MV want to publicly thank Phil and Colleen and the staff of Offshore Ale for providing the venue for our Dine and Donate auction fundraiser Sunday, Feb. 9.

Adult and Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) needs a lifeline to pull it out of a funding crisis. The all-Island school committee agreed to act as the fiscal agent for the educational nonprofit for one year, allowing it to receive public funds. The question comes before voters in all Island towns this spring.


A faded yellow building that once housed the Oak Bluffs laundromat may become the future site of a bowling alley.

Reid (Sam) Dunn, the architect who developed the Tisbury Marketplace in Vineyard Haven, presented a preliminary proposal to open a bowling alley, restaurant and bar on Uncas avenue to the town selectmen Tuesday.

“This is totally informational,” Mr. Dunn said. “We wanted to let you know that the project is in the works.”