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Bernadette Thomas, the second in command at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, is out. On Friday afternoon, the hospital issued a statement saying that chief operating officer... [Read More]
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the first fee schedule increase in 16 years. Commissioners voted to raise the DRI application fee from $800 to $1,050. The increase was based proportionately... [Read More]
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Danish wind energy giant Ørsted, a joint partner in Bay State Wind and the new owner of Deepwater Wind, has forged a formal communications arrangement... [Read More]
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Real Estate Confidential is a weekly chit chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha's Vineyard real estate market, by Fred... [Read More]
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The Steamship Authority has issued the following travel alert: The National Weather Service is tracking a winter storm that has the potential for high winds... [Read More]
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A large 54-acre, 34-lot, subdivision off Meetinghouse Way in Edgartown will go before the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) next month for a public hearing. The... [Read More]
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Martha's Vineyard Airport is in the midst of a runway renovation project, but any expansion of airport facilities is years down the road, airport officials... [Read More]
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Eerik Meisner, who was demoted from lieutenant to sergeant in November, has been terminated by the Tisbury Police Department as of Wednesday afternoon. Police Chief... [Read More]
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The sprinkler system at Edgartown Town Hall sounded an alarm at about 11 pm Wednesday prompting an emergency response from the town's police and fire... [Read More]
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Aquinnah selectmen are requesting that the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) confirm a number of specifications regarding preliminary plans for a class II gaming... [Read More]
On Jan. 10, more than 400 Whole Foods Stores across the nation participated in 5 Percent Day, a quarterly initiative where participating stores chose a... [Read More]
Chilmark Jan. 9, Pauline B. Grose, trustee of the Pauline B. Grose Revocable Trust, sold 9 Quitsa Lane to Quitsa Viewshed LLC for $1,520,000. Jan.... [Read More]
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Local artist Richard Limber brings his art to MVTV for a monthlong exhibit that'll be on display through January. On Friday, Jan. 18, he hosts... [Read More]
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Fermentation is responsible for some of the most delicious foods and beverages around, like kefir, yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, kombucha, sourdough bread, tempeh, miso, and... [Read More]
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"If Beale Street Could Talk" comes to the M.V. Film Center this weekend. Based on James Baldwin's 1974 novel of the same name, it celebrates... [Read More]
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It's already noticeable that the sky is light later into the afternoon. Finally it's cold enough to have icy patches on the lawn and icy... [Read More]
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Charlotte is a Coton de Tulear. What's that? A breed of dog named for the town of Tulear (now called Toliara) on the island of... [Read More]
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Rabbi Caryn Broitman will lead a Shabbat service at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center on Friday, Jan. 18, to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.... [Read More]
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Join the Trustees on Sunday, Jan. 20, from 1 to 3 pm, for a walk through the historic Brickyard in Chilmark. Travel through the ruins... [Read More]
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The Great Fire of 1883 burned down all of downtown Vineyard Haven — both sides of Main Street and part of Beech Street, more than... [Read More]
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